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Auction.com Co-Owner Fires Up Football.com
Robert Friedman didn’t sink much into football.com—a 1994 bargain at $70.
TECHNOLOGY: Set to debut chips for 4G in Samsung phone
Broadcom Corp.’s long-awaited push into the developing LTE smartphone market is under way.
HEALTHCARE: More companies, hospitals join Masimo-led initiative
More companies and hospitals are being drawn to the patient safety movement spearheaded by the chief executive of Irvine-based patient monitor maker Masimo Corp.
TECHNOLOGY: Eyes 2 bigger competitors in $1.2B market
Microsemi Corp. Chief Executive Jim Peterson has laid out the company’s next growth market.
RESTAURANTS: Chain spent two years developing technology
Irvine-based Taco Bell Corp. may have found the answer to the operational challenges that have postponed the proliferation of mobile ordering in the fast-food industry.
Other items of interest in this week's Orange County Business Journal
Japanese fast-fashion retailer Uniqlo is headed to South Coast Plaza.
LA Clipper Griffin and Fans Play Superheroes
Irvine-based Kia Motors America Inc. is in its seventh season as the Official Automotive Partner of the NBA.
Double-Digit Growth Seen in New Software Package
Irvine-based business software maker Kofax Ltd. received good early grades from two investment firms that recently initiated coverage.
A listing of business events happening all around Orange County.
Private equity investor Kodiak Capital Group LLC has agreed to buy up to $5 million worth of common stock from Greenkraft Inc., a Santa Ana-based manufacturer of alternative-fuel automotive products.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. on Thursday reported fourth-quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations and announced a global restructuring that will be implemented through the first half of the year.
A couple of Orange County venture capital firms participated in a $22.1 million funding round for Welltok Inc., a healthcare software company in Denver.
Shares of laser maker Newport Corp. surged in afterhours trading Wednesday after the Irvine-based company reported fourth quarter revenue and adjusted profits beat Wall Street expectations.
The Argyros Family Trust has nominated private-equity investor John Clark to the board of directors of DST Systems Inc., where the trust is the largest shareholder and George Argyros serves as a director.
Irvine-based Broadcom Corp. on Tuesday announced its first system-on-a-chip geared for the latest generation of smart phones and other mobile devices, commonly referred to as LTE, or Long-Term Evolution.