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Irvine-based Quality Systems Inc. today reported a loss in the three months ended in March and named a new director.
The University of California, Irvine, said today that research done by its chemistry faculty could lead to the development of an early detection test for prostate cancer.
BP plc-Arco will shed about 250 employees in La Palma after it sells its refinery in Carson and its 800 or so Arco service stations to Tesoro Companies Inc.
Shares of Meade Instruments Corp. skyrocketed Monday in its first trading session since the Irvine-based company announced it was set to be acquired for $4.5 million by the North American unit of Jinghua Optics & Electronics Co.
Shares of QLogic Corp. are down Monday in its first trading session following the resignation of Chief Executive Simon Biddiscombe.
TECHNOLOGY: Second OC investment for Smith’s VC firm
The venture capital firm launched by former Quest Software Inc. Chief Executive Vinny Smith has invested in its second local company.
Airware, a Newport Beach startup that makes operating system software for commercial drones, raised $10.7 million in its first funding round.
ECONOMY: Subject of special report scheduled for July 8
The Business Journal is looking for Orange County-based companies that are at least 51% women-owned for our upcoming list of women-owned businesses.
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Organizers Expect More People From Across State
This week’s presenting companies at Octane’s annual VC in the OC conference are hoping to match the fundraising success of last year’s group, in Technology
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Sprint Nextel Corp.’s product development chief has joined the board of directors of Newport Beach-based chipmaker Mindspeed Technologies Inc.
Costa Mesa-based Hyundai Motor America Inc. has joined with several other automakers and companies in the hydrogen and fuel cell industries to form a public-private partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy.