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Orange County’s two publicly traded rivals in the networking equipment market posted solid quarterly reports Thursday after the close of trading, but one of the company's projections for the current quarter caused shares of its stock to fall Friday morning.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. after the close of trading today reported fourth quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations and provided a revenue outlook for the current quarter in line with expectations.
Willdan Group Inc. in Anaheim purchased two privately held engineering companies for approximately $21.2 million—360 Energy Engineers in Lawrence, Kan. and Abacus Resource Management Co. in Beaverton, Ore.
University of California-Irvine has received $2 million from the W.M. Keck Foundation in Los Angeles to build a “photonic” microscope that can detect and examine “dark matter.”
Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. after the close of trading Tuesday reported revenue and adjusted profits for the December quarter that beat Wall Street expectations.
NextVR Inc. in Laguna Beach said it conducted the “first ever live, broadcast-quality transmission of a virtual reality experience” over the weekend.
The venture capital arm of Irvine-based Western Digital Corp. co-led a $29 million funding for memory products maker Everspin Technologies Inc.
San Juan Capistrano-based search engine Maana Inc. has raised $10.8 million, according to a recent filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
HEALTHCARE: Latest FDA trial, manufacturing set to start here
What could be the most advanced attempt to bring stem cell treatments to the market could start any day now in Orange County.
AUTOS: Chinese billionaire vows to restart stalled luxury hybrid brand
About 140 employees at Fisker Automotive and Technologies Group LLC are packed in a conference room to meet the man behind the automaker’s comeback bid.
REAL ESTATE: Park Place lease could bring sale of Santa Ana HQ
Ingram Micro Inc., Orange County’s largest company by sales, is expected to move its headquarters from Santa Ana to Irvine after signing a large office lease at the Park Place mixed-use campus.
Orange County’s hotel and resort properties have spawned an industry of local companies that help with everything from purchasing and Pinterest to mints on the pillow.
The L.A. Times plucked its latest big hire from the OC Register’s backyard, tapping UCI grad and Monarch Beach resident Don Reis as chief revenue officer.
FINANCE: NB-based firm busy with small-stake strategy
Newport Beach-based investment firm Kodiak Capital Group LLC is off to a busy start this year with several deals on the books and plans to consolidate its East Coast operations in Orange County in coming months.
Industry Leaders Monitor Debate Over Hated Levy
A new Congress is in session, and one of its first actions took up a top goal of the medical device industry in Orange County and elsewhere: the repeal of a federal tax on companies’ revenues.