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Karma Automotive LLC, the Costa Mesa-based manufacturer of luxury electric hybrid plug-in vehicles, hired Dennis Dougherty as president and chief operations officer, a new position.
Former Broadcom Corp. executive Robert Rango has been named chief executive of Irvine-based battery maker Enevate Corp.
Shares of Aliso Viejo-based networking equipment maker QLogic Corp. rose 10% after the company said it would be acquired for about $1 billion by Silicon Valley chipmaker Cavium Inc.
The Samueli Foundation in Corona del Mar has given $10 million to the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at University of California-Los Angeles.
TECHNOLOGY: Education push includes augmented reality
Irvine-based software maker EON Reality Inc. hopes to keep its growth up by bringing virtual and augmented reality content to the masses through an aggressive international plan centered on education and awareness.
Irvine-based Blizzard Entertainment Inc. announced a partnership with Facebook Inc. that aims to connect millions of gamers while boosting content on the world’s largest social network.
SanDisk, HGST to Bring About $1B in Savings
Western Digital Corp.’s massive integration of SanDisk Corp. and HGST already has led to more than 500 job cuts in the past month, and more are expected.
Orange County stem cell entrepreneur Hans Keirstead refers to his newly established biotechnology company as a “startup with mature assets.”
Nicholas Mitsakos today was named interim chief executive of Irvine-based Ubiquity Inc. as part of its corporate restructuring.
Irvine-based security software maker Cylance Inc. has raised $100 million in a Series D funding round led by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities and Insight Venture Partners.
Irvine-based N2 Imaging Systems LLC has been awarded a five-year, $81 million Defense Department contract to develop and manufacture sniper scopes.
Irvine-based Blizzard Entertainment Inc. today announced a partnership with Facebook Inc. that aims to connect millions of gamers while boosting content on the world’s largest social network.
Wing of UCI Incubator Roster Includes 400 ‘Experts-in-Residence’
Startup Flyt turned to Dan Jenkins when it needed a mentor.
TECHNOLOGY: Software team will head to Silicon Valley
Oculus VR Inc., a trailblazer that put Orange County on the virtual reality map, has moved the last remnants of its local operation to Silicon Valley.