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Shares of Acacia Research Corp. surged in afterhours trading yesterday and stayed strong Thursday after the Newport Beach-based company reported revenue and adjusted profits in the third quarter that were well beyond Wall Street expectations.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. today reported third-quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations.
QLogic Corp. after the close of trading Thursday reported revenue and adjusted profits in the September quarter that beat Wall Street expectations.
Fountain Valley-based startup MEDL Mobile Holdings Inc. has agreed to sell its custom development division to BBK Holdings in Massachusetts.
Irvine-based Alphaeon Corp. has bought the worldwide licensing rights to TouchMD, a line of software for doctors, for $22 million.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. will has been ordered to pay its chief rival $758 million related to a bevy of trade secrets claims.
Irvine-based Alteryx Inc., a fast-growing data analytics software company, has raised $60 million in a venture round.
It appears Irvine-based Broadcom Corp. is primed to supply a key component for the long-awaited Apple Watch.
Tabaddor Took Reins of IP, Turned Department Into Profit Center
Moving from defense to offense has paid dividends for the intellectual property legal team at Irvine-based CoreLogic Inc.
Costa Mesa-based chipmaker ISC8 Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
YouTube Stars Put Annual Show on Fast Track
The once-a-year event that brings YouTube stars under one roof with their screaming fans is set to return to Anaheim.
TECHNOLOGY: Deal for rival would lift TTM near top of global ranks
Thomas Edman’s first deal at the helm of Costa Mesa-based TTM Technologies Inc. could create the world’s largest printed circuit board maker.
Says Unique Identity Makes It Stand Out From Crowd
Stantec Consulting Services Inc. was able to put its best foot forward when competing for business this year, thanks to a major rebranding effort initiated by its parent, Stantec Inc. in Edmonton, Canada.
Rome & Associates Built On Telecommunications Work
Jeffrey Rome never thought when he got his degree in architecture that he’d spend most of his time designing wireless networks. Now, some 24 years later, 90% of billings at his Jeffrey Rome & Associates Inc. firm come from projects for major telecommunications companies such as AT&T, Crown Castle International Corp. and Verizon.