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Western Digital Corp. has cut 81 positions at its Irvine headquarters, slightly more than 4% of its local employment base, the company confirmed to the Business Journal.
QLogic Corp. this morning announced that two women will take the top management posts of the Aliso Viejo-based-based networking equipment maker.
DealerSocket Inc. in San Clemente said it will buy the Inventory+ suite of technology products from Lake Success, N.Y.-based Dealertrack Technologies Inc. for $55 million in cash.
Newport Beach-based venture capital firm Toba Capital has partnered with an information technology company to invest $20 million in WSO2, a software developer in Mountain View.
Costa Mesa startup Ultra Mobile has zoomed to the top of the list of the 5000 fastest growing private companies in the U.S., according to Inc. Magazine.
Former Western Digital Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Matthew Massengill will regain the top board seat following the retirement of Tom Pardun later this year, the Irvine-based storage products maker announced.
Aliso Viejo-based semiconductor maker Microsemi Corp. has given $1 million to Chapman University to support a center set to open in 2018 as part of the Orange-based school’s new Schmid College of Science and Technology.
Laguna Hills-based Centercode Inc. has received $3.5 million in equity financing, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Newport Beach-based Clean Energy Fuels Corp. reported revenue and adjusted profits in the second quarter that missed Wall Street expectations.
Newport Corp. will lay off workers and take other cost cutting measures, the Irvine-based company announced at the close of intraday trading Tuesday, after missing revenue and profit targets for the June quarter.
Scott Maccabe, the president and chief executive of Irvine-based Toshiba America Business Solutions Inc., has taken on the same dual role for Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions Inc., which makes installed retail point of sale systems.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. saw shares rise about 10% in Friday trading after it reported slightly higher second-quarter adjusted profits yesterday that also beat analyst estimates, though revenue missed analyst forecasts.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. after the close of intraday trading reported second-quarter revenue in line with Wall Street expectations and adjusted profits that missed estimates.
A Yorba Linda software maker that specializes in survey analysis has been acquired by local investment firm Poplar Capital Partners LLC, which is based in the same city.
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. after the close of intraday trading Wednesday reported June revenue in line with Wall Street expectations and adjusted profits that beat estimates.