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This year’s Orange County International Auto Show will occupy 25% more room at the Anaheim Convention Center for its Oct. 6-9 run.
Carrick Capital Partners in Newport Beach has invested $50 million in InstaMed in Philadelphia.
OCTANe in Aliso Viejo will merge with Orange County Technology Alliance in Mission Viejo.
Chapman University said Microsemi Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive James Peterson has been elected to its Board of Trustees.
Irvine-based smart technology provider Greenwave Systems Inc. bought Predixion Software in Aliso Viejo on undisclosed terms.
Irvine-based Digital Map Products, a provider of cloud-based spatial technology, has secured more than $36 million in funding, the company said today.
University of California-Irvine next week opens the first eSports area run by a public university.
Former Blizzard Entertainment Inc. Creative Director Rob Pardo has started a gaming studio in Irvine that aims to build the types of interactive worlds that made his former company a pioneer in the industry.
Karma Automotive LLC in Costa Mesa set the price for its Revero sports car at $130,000 but it was unclear when the car would be delivered to the 80 buyers who’ve placed initial orders.
The $1.1 billion sale of J.D. Power and Associates, a Costa Mesa-based unit of McGraw Hill Financial Inc., to XIO Group in London is complete, the consumer data and analytics firm said today.
Netlist Inc. will sell $15 million in common stock, the Irvine-based storage equipment maker said today.
Aliso Viejo-based Smith Micro Software announced today that it’s raised $4M in funding from Unterberg Koller Capital Fund L.P. in New York, along with William Smith, the company’s founder and chief executive.
Smith Micro Software Inc. has regained compliance with the NASDAQ Stock Market’s minimum bid price requirement, the Aliso Viejo company announced today.
The parent company of Aliso Viejo-based startup FantasyAces LLC has entered an agreement to acquire a database of fantasy sports players from Gaming Nation Inc.
Irvine-based Lantronix Inc. reported lower net losses in its most recent quarter and year; shares rose 15% after-hours Tuesday but declined on a sell-off in Wednesday trading