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Two Orange County-based investment firms have partnered to acquire a majority stake in Mob Scene LLC, an entertainment marketing and production company in Beverly Hills.
Incipio Technologies Inc. signed a licensing agreement with fashion designer Kate Spade & Co. in New York.
Seeks Photos Illustrating What Fans Are ‘True To’
The summer is all but gone, but two Orange County-based brands are offering a chance to keep it alive in a social media contest.
Microelectronics Part Of Gains Across All Lines
Newport Corp. is on pace for a record year as the Irvine-based laser maker puts last year’s troubles in the rearview mirror.
Irvine-based networking chipmaker ClariPhy Communications Inc. has raised $19.7 million in venture funding, according to San Francisco-based market tracker CrunchBase.
A company in Austin, Texas, acquired San Clemente-based Benesan Corp., which makes specialized software for in-home, nonmedical patient care.
Teachers Get Free Licenses for Students’ Designs
Sprint Corp. and Smith Micro Software Inc. have joined forces to groom the next generation of digital artists.
Orange County’s wealthiest person has been putting a fair amount of his fortune back into his business over the past year—but we’re figuring that he’s still likely to have seen a boost to his bottom line of about $1 billion.
Shares of Emulex Corp. rose in after-hours trading after the Costa Mesa-based networking equipment maker reported June quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations and provided financial targets in the current quarter that were above estimates.
Irvine-based Vizio Inc. is recalling about 245,000 flat-screen TVs from its popular E-Series line introduced late last year.
Anaheim-based engineering firm Willdan Group Inc. has won a $22.3 million contract extension from Consolidated Edison Inc. in New York, taking the total value of the deal to $61.3 million for a job that’s been ongoing since late 2012.
OpenSignal, a technology startup in Laguna Hills, got $4 million in a recent funding round led by Qualcomm Ventures, the investment arm of San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm Inc.
An Austin, Texas company has acquired San Clemente-based Benesan Corp., which makes specialized software for in-home, nonmedical patient care.
Tustin-based engineering firm Hall & Foreman Inc. has been acquired by David Evans and Associates Inc. in Portland.