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Irvine-based Levyx Inc. closed $5.4 million in Series A funding.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. reported revenue and adjusted profits in the March quarter that missed Wall Street expectations amid continued sagging PC sales.
Broadcom Ltd. has sold its Internet of Things business and related assets for $550 million to Cypress Semiconductor Corp. in San Jose
Irvine-based Quality Systems Inc. will cut 150 jobs, or about 6% of its U.S. workforce, as part of an operational realignment.
Cypress-based Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. said the fuel economy data for its vehicles model years 2013 to 2017 sold in the U.S. is accurate and is not affected by testing irregularities its Japan-based parent revealed last week.
Irvine-based Acorns Grow Inc. raised $30 million in Series D funding that includes investments from Palo Alto-based PayPal and Rakuten Fintech Fund, the investment arm of an e-commerce company in Tokyo.
Santa Ana-based point-of-sale terminal maker ExaDigm Inc. merged on undisclosed terms with Shenzhen Xinguodu Technology Co., Ltd., a China-based maker of POS systems and electronic payments products.
Jim Graham, owner of Santa Margarita Ford, acquired Santa Margarita Toyota from John Dinsmore.
Rancho Santa Margarita data analytics software maker Compellon has raised $6.7 million in a Series A funding round.
Irvine-based Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s annual fanfest is November 4 and 5 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Irvine-based Excalibur Engineering, Inc. was acquired April 1 by Transcat Inc. in Rochester, New York, for $7.35 million in cash.
Only one of four Orange County-based automakers exceeded the national sales pace for new vehicles in March, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.
Brandman University in Irvine has added a second “competency based education” online bachelor’s degree program—a bachelor of science in information technology.
Orange County’s lone daily fantasy sports operator doesn’t plan to follow the segment’s leaders in immediately closing contests involving college sports.
University of California-Irvine will launch an e-sports program this fall with a new arena equipped with high-end gaming PCs, a staging area for League of Legends competitions and a live webcasting studio at the Student Center.