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Vinny Smith’s Toba Capital in Newport Beach has led an $11 million Series A round for business software maker Grow.
Western Digital Corp. today raised its guidance for the current quarter and initiated an executive change.
Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. has raised $20 million from CITIC Guoan Information Industry, a state-owned investment firm in China.
Irvine-based Ingram Micro Inc. is cutting more than 900 workers at a wireless device repair and distribution center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Newport Beach-based law firm MLG Automotive Law reached a $10 billion settlement from Volkswagen Tuesday on behalf of clients in a national, class-action lawsuit, according to lead attorney Jonathan Michaels.
Microsemi Corp. invested in Veracity Security Intelligence.
Newport Beach-based Blueprint Bio Inc. has received $7.5 million in Series A funding.
Incipio LLC, an Irvine-based maker of cell phone cases and other mobile device accessories, has bid $177M for Skullcandy Inc.
Irvine-based technology-focused media company Ubiquity Inc. appointed Jonathan Kalbfeld as chief technology officer, effective July 18, replacing Kristain Sandburg.
Verizon Communications Inc. will buy Aliso Viejo-based Telogis Inc. on undisclosed terms.
Irvine-based data management software maker Vision Solutions Inc. has been sold to private equity firm Clearlake Capital Group L.P. in Santa Monica.
Karma Automotive LLC, the Costa Mesa-based manufacturer of luxury electric hybrid plug-in vehicles, hired Dennis Dougherty as president and chief operations officer, a new position.
Former Broadcom Corp. executive Robert Rango has been named chief executive of Irvine-based battery maker Enevate Corp.
Shares of Aliso Viejo-based networking equipment maker QLogic Corp. rose 10% after the company said it would be acquired for about $1 billion by Silicon Valley chipmaker Cavium Inc.
The Samueli Foundation in Corona del Mar has given $10 million to the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at University of California-Los Angeles.