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Octane CEO Headed to UCSD

Matthew Jenusaitis will step down as president and chief executive of Aliso Viejo-based Octane to join the University of California San Diego Healthcare System.

Toba Capital Leads $15M Round in SF

Irvine-based Toba Capital, headed by former Quest Software Inc. Chief Executive Vinny Smith, recently led a $15 million venture capital round for Sauce Labs Inc., a fast-growing provider of cloud-based Web and mobile application testing services.

Vizio Vaulter

CFO Helped Electronics Maker Hit $3.5B in Sales in Tough Market

Kurt Binder knew the books on Vizio Inc. well before he joined the company as vice president and corporate controller in April 2010.

His Fun and Games: Finance

Discovery Cube’s McGee Embraces Age-Old Admonition to ‘Teach and Delight’

What happens when work is fun? Mike McGee knows.

Campaign Celebrates 25 Years of Quiksilver’s Roxy

Lauds ‘Iconic’ Surfers Who Inspired OC Brand

Quiksilver Inc.’s Roxy division is celebrating its silver anniversary by highlighting achievements of its “most iconic” athletes—Lisa Andersen, Kelia Moniz and Stephanie Gilmore—who have collectively won 12 world surfing titles.

Microsemi Maintains Defense Strength in Rare Deal

Will Resell Rambus IP That Prevents Data Theft

Microsemi Corp.’s latest partnership with Sunnyvale-based Rambus Inc. provides a deeper look into how the company has maintained a strong position in the military and defense markets.

Von Karman’s Cluster of Data Centers Could Expand

Menlo Equities Plans To Reconfigure Warehouse

Menlo Equities LLC hasn’t found too much success leasing out its Quintana office campus near John Wayne Airport. But the Palo Alto-based company appears to be seeing strong user interest at an industrial complex it owns next door, thanks to tenants of a different type.

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Vacation Rental Tech Firm Gets $5M

Irvine-based travel-technology company BookingPal Inc. got $5 million in a venture capital round.

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Broadcom, UCI Plan Tech Tourney

Irvine-based Broadcom Corp. and the University of California-Irvine will produce a one-day technology and entrepreneurship competition on Saturday, Feb. 28 at UCI’s Paul Merage School of Business, Broadcom said.

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Laser Maker Hits Record Revenue

Irvine-based Newport Corp. after the close of intraday trading reported fourth quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations and provided a revenue and profit outlook for the current quarter.

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Kofax to Halt London Trading

Irvine-based business software maker Kofax Ltd. will delist its shares on the London Stock Exchange next month, the company announced today.

Behind the Badge Business Plan: Keep Cops in Front of Story

Agencies Pay PR Shop to Craft Police Perspective Into Site

Behind the Badge OC has the look and feel of a community news site, with articles that focus on the everyday lives of local men and women.

Startup Has Broadcom, NFL Vets in Lineup

TECHNOLOGY: Plans to debut audio product in Q2

A startup led by a former engineering head at Broadcom Corp. and a private equity veteran and has attracted an eclectic mix of early investors as it vies for a spot in the crowded accessories market with a high-end smartphone case that also functions as a speaker and charger.

Kofax Poised to Sever UK Listing, Go Nasdaq-Only

Ready to Exit London Exchange for Nasdaq

The directors of Irvine-based business software maker Kofax Ltd. are scheduled to vote this week on a proposal to delist its shares from the London Stock Exchange.

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Newport Corp. to Acquire Austrian Company

Irvine-based Newport Corp., which makes lasers and related equipment, is set to acquire a small Austrian company that specializes in ultra-fast laser systems used in scientific and biomedical research.