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University of California Irvine computer science professor Scott Jordan has been named the chief technology officer of the Federal Communications Commission.
Irvine-based memory products maker Western Digital Corp. has named Amgen Inc. executive Olivier Leonetti its next chief financial officer.
Shares of Netlist Inc. jumped Monday after the Irvine-based computer memory products maker announced it had prevailed in a long-running patent feud with a competitor in Santa Clara.
TECHNOLOGY: Free game on pace to bring in $100M in 1st year
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s first foray into free-to-play video games is turning into a big moneymaker.
630 Jobs Lost As Verizon, Time Warner Cut Costs
Two cost-cutting moves fueled a significant drop in local employment among Orange County’s largest telecommunications companies in the past year.
Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 promoted Tyler Beecher to chief executive.
Allocates $1M to Award Money, Resources to Users
A software entrepreneur in Irvine has launched a social networking site to make users’ dreams become reality through crowdsourcing.
Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 has promoted Tyler Beecher to chief executive.
Garden Grove-based power plant owner and operator 808 Renewable Energy Corp. will begin trading Wednesday on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board.
TECHNOLOGY: ViewSonic moves 90 workers from LA
Orange County has reeled in a big fish in the technology industry with the addition of ViewSonic Corp. to its strong corporate base.
FINANCE: Semaphore rollout helps ‘Tubers’ brand and more
Irvine-based financial services firm Semaphore is betting on the growing field of YouTube entertainment and its increasing capacity to attract brands to advertise to the younger crowd.
TECHNOLOGY: For growth, adds ‘lite’ product for startups
Innovative Systems LLC grew up with local brands such as Volcom Inc. and Hurley, licensing software to help manage inventory, accounting, warehousing, merchandising and other aspects of the companies’ apparel business.
Two Orange County-based investment firms have partnered to acquire a majority stake in Mob Scene LLC, an entertainment marketing and production company in Beverly Hills.
Incipio Technologies Inc. signed a licensing agreement with fashion designer Kate Spade & Co. in New York.
Seeks Photos Illustrating What Fans Are ‘True To’
The summer is all but gone, but two Orange County-based brands are offering a chance to keep it alive in a social media contest.