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Irvine-based Ingram Micro Inc. is set to acquire Grupo ACAO, one of the largest IT providers in Latin America.
Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. has placed a $2.4 billion bid to acquire chipmaker PMC-Sierra Inc., the company said this morning.
Western Digital Corp. received approval from Chinese regulators to integrate its $4.8 billion acquisition of HGST, the Irvine-based disk maker said this morning.
TECHNOLOGY: Software from Alteryx in Microsoft’s Power BI
Alteryx Inc.’s latest partnership with Microsoft Corp. opens the door to throngs of potential customers for the Irvine-based analytics software maker in one of the fastest-growing segments in technology.
TECHNOLOGY: Users range from NFL player to eye doctor
An Irvine-based software maker’s push into virtual and augmented reality is attracting a mix of new customers that includes eye doctors, engine builders, chemical plant operators and an NFL quarterback.
Windows 10 will sponsor this year’s Blizz-Con, according to Larry Hryb, director of programming for Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox Live.
Tightens Policies in Wake Of NY Probe of Rivals
Aliso Viejo-based startup FantasyAces LLC has changed some internal policies in the wake of a data analysis scandal that has shaken up the nascent and booming daily fantasy sports industry.
Marketed For Potential Creative-Office Uses
Allergan PLC has put a pair of office properties it owns in Irvine on the market. It’s the first time Allergan has tried to shed locally owned buildings since its sale to Actavis PLC this year.
Venture capitalist and Cie Digital Labs Executive Chairman Anderee Berengian acquired a majority stake in the Irvine-based game app developer and incubator.
University of California-Irvine has change the name of its Institute for Innovation to Applied Innovation.
Emerald Expositions LLC in San Juan Capistrano said it acquired the How Design Live and How Interactive Design conference series from New York-based F+W Media Inc. for an undisclosed sum.
Irvine-based Ingram Micro Inc. will buy two ecommerce fulfillment divisions of Netherlands-based DocData BV for $175 million.
Irvine-based St. Joseph Health has invested $10 million to expand its partnership with Boulder, Colo.-based Datu Health.
Windows 10 will sponsor this year’s BlizzCon, according to Larry Hryb, director of programming for Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox Live.
Assimilation, Influence Hallmarks of Community Here
You won’t find a typical Chinatown in Orange County—no ethnic concentration with block after block of storefronts offering goods for new immigrants from the world’s most populous country or tourists anxious to brush up against an outpost of its culture.