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Producer Waited 10+ Years To Get Money for Follow-Up
It’s taken Brian Fargo more than a decade to get the band back together for a follow-up release to the smash hit “Wasteland.”
Alleges They Reported Fake Earnings for Device
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Newport Beach-based equipment maker AirTouch Communications Inc. and its former chief executive and chief financial officer with misstating revenue and defrauding an investor.
Irvine-based software maker Kofax Ltd has agreed to pay $34.7 million in cash for Softpro GmbH, a German company that specializes in electronic signature software and services.
Irvine-based Kia Motors America plans to add 17 “fast-charging” electric vehicle charging stations to its 198 in California to support the Kia Soul EV that goes on sale later this year.
Australia-based Billabong International Ltd. said it plans to sell its surf apparel retailer Swell.com in Irvine to a consortium of investors in a spinoff that also includes a 51% sale of SurfStitch, its other e-commerce business.
Brains, Female Enter Mix Of Popular Marketing Stars
Ever wonder who designed Kia Motors America Inc.’s first electric vehicle?
Brea Building Showcases Tech Firm’s Offerings
ViewSonic Corp.’s new 25,000-square-foot headquarters in Brea was designed to showcase the company’s new line of touch-screen projectors and virtual desktops that are drawing strong demand in the classroom and at businesses.
Paul Summers, the chairman and chief executive of Irvine-based AllDigital Holdings Inc., has died unexpectedly.
University of California Irvine computer science professor Scott Jordan has been named the chief technology officer of the Federal Communications Commission.
Irvine-based memory products maker Western Digital Corp. has named Amgen Inc. executive Olivier Leonetti its next chief financial officer.
Shares of Netlist Inc. jumped Monday after the Irvine-based computer memory products maker announced it had prevailed in a long-running patent feud with a competitor in Santa Clara.
TECHNOLOGY: Free game on pace to bring in $100M in 1st year
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s first foray into free-to-play video games is turning into a big moneymaker.
630 Jobs Lost As Verizon, Time Warner Cut Costs
Two cost-cutting moves fueled a significant drop in local employment among Orange County’s largest telecommunications companies in the past year.
Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 promoted Tyler Beecher to chief executive.
Allocates $1M to Award Money, Resources to Users
A software entrepreneur in Irvine has launched a social networking site to make users’ dreams become reality through crowdsourcing.