Orange County Business Journal

Chris Casacchia covers technology, aerospace and defense and sports. He can be reached at casacchia@ocbj.com.

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Western Digital Beats Expectations

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.

Can Lu Lift Fisker?

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.

Irvine Startup Adds Deal With Disney’s ABC Network

Verys Now Has About 50 Workers in OC, Dallas

Startup Verys is on a hot streak, landing a deal with Disney ABC Television Network to build its internal marketing management system.

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Microsemi Earnings In-line Q1, Tempers Q2 Outlook

Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. reported revenue and adjusted profits for the December quarter in line with Wall Street with estimates but provided a sales outlook for the current quarter below Wall Street expectations.

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Acacia Shares Drop on Patent Ruling

Shares of Acacia Research Corp. dipped sharply after the company received an unfavorable ruling on patent infringement claims it made against some large technology companies.

2015 Preview: TECHNOLOGY

2015 holds the potential for some game changers in Orange County’s diverse technological landscape.

Wahoo’s Lam Hits CES to Help Tout Startup Eco App

TECHNOLOGY: Works show floor for Aliso Viejo company

Wahoo’s Fish Taco cofounder Wing Lam helped Aliso Viejo-based startup My Open Road Corp. grab some industry attention at the recent International CES convention in Las Vegas.

TVs Scarce at CES as Other Products Take Spotlight

No Toshiba Tube Launch, Vizio Doesn’t Even Show

Two notable trends at this year’s International CES convention in Las Vegas may provide a glimpse into the quickly changing habits and demands of consumers.

Oculus Moves HQ to Silicon Valley

TECHNOLOGY: Sets up shop next to Facebook’s new campus

One of Orange County’s most promising technology companies has moved to Silicon Valley.

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Convention Bureau Gives Details on Expansion Plan

The Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau on Wednesday detailed its $240 million expansion plan for the Anaheim Convention campus, which includes the Hilton Anaheim, Anaheim Marriott and Sheraton Park Hotel.

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