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Tech Hub Is No. 10 in the Country for Job Demand
Irvine joins national engineering-jobs heavyweights, in Technology
There are nearly 4,600 businesses in Newport Beach, and they collectively employ about 58,200 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Irvine-based digital still and motion camera maker Red Digital Cinema Camera Co. has plans for some limited-edition headphones.
Irvine-based Mobius Semiconductor Inc. has been acquired for about $13 million by Entropic Communications Inc. in San Diego.
Aliso Viejo-based QLogic Corp. said it’s cutting jobs as part of a companywide restructuring plan, which includes consolidation of “several engineering activities” over the next year.
Computer graphics engineer and founding member of Irvine-based Oculus VR Inc. Andrew Reisse died last week.
FINANCE: Adds 150-acre former Cisco land to Integral portfolio
Vinny Smith is quietly stockpiling real estate in the Bay Area and bulking up his venture capital investment portfolio with the cash windfall he took home in Dell’s $2.4 billion buy of Quest Software Inc. last year.
TECHNOLOGY: New flash storage brand seen as key
Aliso Viejo-based networking-equipment maker QLogic Corp. is searching for a chief executive with deeper technology roots following last month’s abrupt resignation of Simon Biddiscombe, who came to the job with a financial background.
Cypress-based Clarion Corp. of America opened an office in Santa Clara to tap into the software and application-development market of the Silicon Valley area.
Irvine-based technology startup Numecent raised $13.6 million in a recent funding round led by T-Venture Holding, the venture capital arm of Deutsche Telekom in Bonn, Germany.
Brea-based Suzuki Motor of America Inc. named a new president of the recently established company.
ECONOMY: Subject of special report scheduled for July 8
The Business Journal wants to hear from you. We’re looking for Orange County-based companies that are at least 51% women-owned for our upcoming list of women-owned businesses.
‘White Box’ Challenge Part of Initiative
Interior design center puts own spin on TV contest, in Media and Marketing
Updates on Logistics for Utilities, Truck Lines
Telogis on the job after tornado hits Oklahoma, in Technology
There are more than 1,100 businesses in Placentia, and they collectively employ roughly 11,700 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.