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Irvine-based video game maker Blizzard Entertainment Inc. on Thursday reported mixed results in the fourth quarter as sales dipped and operating profits rose.
Amazon.com Inc. has boosted its presence in Orange County with the acquisition of Irvine-based video game maker Double Helix Games.
Irvine-based business software maker Kofax Ltd. on Tuesday posted strong December quarter results in its first earnings report since it began trading on the Nasdaq Dec. 5.
Needs More Office Space, Parking to Shift Device Maker, Complete Consolidation
Toshiba Corp. executives are weighing an expansion of the 23-acre campus the company owns in the Irvine Spectrum, which is home to key segments of its sprawling U.S. operations.
TECHNOLOGY: Plans to spend $50M on plant, HQ
HID Global has moved its U.S. headquarters from Irvine to Austin, Texas, where it’s building a 250,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center.
Members of the Orange County business community’s financial sector gathered Jan. 28 to laud five winners of the Business Journal’s Seventh Annual CFO of the Year Awards.
Company Unaffected by Unrest So Far
Western Digital Corp. executives are keeping a close eye on the escalating tension in Thailand after government officials issued a state of emergency there late last month.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. on Thursday reported fourth quarter revenue and earnings that beat Wall Street expectations and provided a revenue target for the current quarter just below estimates.
Shares of technology service provider DynTek Inc. continued to soar Wednesday, a day after the Newport Beach-based company posted a strong earnings report for the December quarter.
The Irvine-based test and services division of EADS North America will be sold to an aerospace company in New York, for $53 million in cash.
Costa Mesa-based Delphi Display Systems Inc. added a new outdoor digital menu system to its roster of products.
ECONOMY: 5% increase to more than 30,000 workers here
The foreign-owned companies with operations in Orange County combined to employ 30,042 workers here in 2013, up 5% from a year earlier. Includes the 2014 OC's LARGEST FOREIGN-OWNED COMPANIES list for download (pdf)
TECHNOLOGY: Gets lift from from mobile devices, budget deal
Laser maker Newport Corp.’s burgeoning line of products for the microelectronics market is fueling optimism for a rebound this year after the federal government shutdown and sequestration tempered sales in 2013.
Irvine-based healthcare software developer Kareo Inc. got $29.5 million in venture funding it said will go toward sales and marketing, among other areas, to help “accelerate growth.”
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