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Irvine-based St. Joseph Health has invested $10 million to expand its partnership with Boulder, Colo.-based Datu Health.
Windows 10 will sponsor this year’s BlizzCon, according to Larry Hryb, director of programming for Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox Live.
Assimilation, Influence Hallmarks of Community Here
You won’t find a typical Chinatown in Orange County—no ethnic concentration with block after block of storefronts offering goods for new immigrants from the world’s most populous country or tourists anxious to brush up against an outpost of its culture.
REAL ESTATE: ‘Biggest deal ever’ to use grid-feeding batteries
The Irvine Co. has signed on to a cutting-edge energy storage project that will transform nearly two dozen of its highest profile offices in the Irvine Spectrum and John Wayne Airport area into hybrid electric buildings over the next year.
AUTOS: Fountain Valley HQ hopes for OK from South Korea
This week’s Orange County International Auto Show might mark the final appearance of the Hyundai Santa Cruz as a concept vehicle and raise the curtain on a new era for the brand’s Fountain Valley-based U.S. operations.
Programs, Research Added to Meet Increased Demand
Orange County colleges and universities are launching and expanding programs in big data to train students to capture and analyze the reams of information that’s become available in an age when data storage capacity has ballooned.
Can’t blame anyone for doing a double take on the lineup for the Oct. 19-21 run of the Wall Street Journal’s All Things Digital conference at the Montage, where Apple CEO Tim Cook gets top billing and a star-studded undercard includes Tony Hsieh and Chris Cox.
The University of California-Irvine is part of a team that will study water use and energy production under a $50 million grant.
Business Failure Led Vizio Co-founder to ‘Innovate Myself Out of This Situation’
William Wang owes as much to his failures as his successes.
TECHNOLOGY: $3.8B deal catches Wall Street by surprise
China continued to make waves in Orange County last week with a $3.8 billion deal that will give Unisplendour Corp. Ltd. a 15% stake in Irvine-based Western Digital Corp.
An affiliate of Aliso Viejo-based Sunstone Hotel Investors Inc. got $26.5 million on the sale of the hotel REIT’s online purchasing portal for hospitality products and services to Avendra LLC in Rockville, Md.
Campus Approach, 24 Startups in San Juan Capistrano
Defining Frost Data Capital isn’t easy, says Stuart Frost, a serial entrepreneur who founded the San Juan Capistrano-based company to invest in startups focused on “big data.”
Telogis Hooks Up With AT&T on Software for Automakers
Telogis Inc.’s new deal with AT&T Inc. marks another significant turn for the Aliso Viejo-based logistics software maker under the leadership of co-founder Newth Morris.
Search Fund Acquires Local Software Maker
Poplar Capital Partners LLC’s recent buy of Yorba Linda-based business software maker mTAB LLC was backed through a rarely used investment mechanism: a search fund.