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Henrik Fisker is expected to announce plans for a new muscle car with a body made of carbon fiber during an appearance at the Los Angeles Auto Show today.
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s latest World of Warcraft expansion has sold more than 3.3 million copies in its first 24 hours on the market.
The University of California-Irvine will work with three community colleges to recruit and retain women and minority students to study science, technology, engineering and math at the schools, an effort supported in part by a $1.8 million grant.
Garden Grove-based Bar Code Specialties Inc. will be acquired by Quest Solution Inc., a Nevada IT integrator.
Hyundai Motor America Inc.'s new headquarters won honors from the local chapter of a global real estate trade group.
University of California-Irvine researchers have developed a new bloodstream infection test technology to speed up accurate diagnosis of ailments including Ebola, the school said.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. made its long-rumored move to the Great Park Neighborhoods official, agreeing to buy land to design and build a new 1.1 million square foot corporate headquarters, the company said.
B. John and Amelia Garrick of Laguna Beach have given $9 million to the University of California-Los Angeles for a new engineering center.
Quiksilver Inc. has sold online retailer Surfdome.com in the United Kingdom to Australia-based rival SurfStitch for $45 million, according to the Australian Financial Review.
James Toth was living with his parents and working odd jobs for cash that offered little security and no future.
Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. today reported revenue in the September quarter slightly above Wall Street expectations and adjusted profits in line with estimates.
Orange County entrepreneurs Victor and Janie Tsao will be inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame at a special event in Manhattan next week.
TECHNOLOGY: Seek new standard for next generation
The two largest chipmakers based in Orange County are working together to develop a new connectivity standard for next-generation digital subscriber lines, commonly referred to as DSL.
TECHNOLOGY: Software firm also inking deals to grow
Aliso Viejo-based Telogis Inc. has received an equity investment from GM Ventures, the venture capital arm of General Motors Inc.