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Push Follows Big Loss on North American Operations
Mazda ad campaign biggest since “Zoom-Zoom,” in Media and Marketing
Banking Expert Wants Growth Through Outreach
A Laguna Beach native with a deep background in investment banking has been tapped as the new executive director of CleanTech OC, in Technology
There are more than 71,000 small businesses in Orange County, and they collectively employ nearly 560,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Orange County’s largest printed circuit board makers reported earnings for the March quarter after the close of trading Thursday.
Shares of Mindspeed Technologies Inc. jumped Wednesday, a day after after the Newport Beach-based chipmaker reported a lower-than-expected loss in the March quarter and announced it is weighing a possible sale.
Sole Technology Streamlines to Tap Widening Market
The company is well under way with a 300-unit development called The Marke at MacArthur Boulevard and Main Street in the South Coast Metro portion of the city.
The founders of Anaheim luxury hybrid automaker Fisker Automotive Inc. testified before a congressional subcommittee last week
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
Emerging Segment Is Fast-Growing, Crowded
Local solid-state drive makers are among top in industry.
Restructurings and Consolidation Continue Longer-Term Cutbacks
The county’s largest computer product makers shed jobs at a modest clip in the past year, reversing two straight years of employment gains. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST COMPUTER PRODUCTS COs list for download (pdf)
Adds 100 Workers, Overtakes IBM, Continues Hiring
Blizzard regains title as OC’s largest software employer. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST SOFTWARE COMPANIES list for download (pdf)
Dissident Investors Want Leadership Changes
STEC shareholder meeting could bring some sparks, in Technology
There are more than 1,700 computer- and software-related businesses in Orange County. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. on Thursday reported mixed first-quarter results while providing a revenue outlook for the current quarter that’s above Wall Street estimates.
Irvine-based disk drive maker Western Digital Corp. on Wednesday reported earnings and revenue for the March quarter that beat Wall Street expectations.