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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Costa Mesa Chipmaker Seeks BK

Costa Mesa-based chipmaker ISC8 Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Costa Mesa Circuit Board Maker Could Top Field

TECHNOLOGY: Deal for rival would lift TTM near top of global ranks

Thomas Edman’s first deal at the helm of Costa Mesa-based TTM Technologies Inc. could create the world’s largest printed circuit board maker.

Sun Sees Rebound on Horizon for Pro Volleyball Circuit

SPORTS: Renews several key sponsors, seeks new TV deal

Donald Sun is facing another big challenge as his second year of running a revived professional beach volleyball tour comes to an end.

$1 Million to Video Game Maker

MEK Entertainment Inc., an independent video game maker in Aliso Viejo established by a former Blizzard Entertainment Inc. programmer, secured $1 million in a seed round.

$10M Raised for Water Purity Projects

Irvine-based WaterHealth International Inc. raised $10 million in venture funding from a private equity firm in New York that targets infrastructure projects in developing nations.

Report: OC High-Tech Sector Strong, Room to Grow

63,000 Jobs in ‘Sleeper’ Market; No. 13 in US

Orange County’s employment base of about 63,000 high-tech jobs ranked No. 13 in a 34-market report released by Chicago-based JLL.

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Water Treatment Specialist Raises $10M

Irvine-based WaterHealth International Inc. has raised $10 million in venture funding from a private equity firm in New York that targets infrastructure projects in developing nations.

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Aliso Video Game Maker Raises $1M

MEK Entertainment Inc., an independent video game maker in Aliso Viejo established by a former Blizzard Entertainment Inc. programmer, has secured $1 million in a seed round.

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TTM Buys Rival

Costa Mesa-based printed circuit board maker TTM Technologies Inc. today announced it will acquire Viasystems Group Inc. in a $927 million deal.

Boeing Shifts on Sales of Seal Beach Buildings

MANUFACTURING: Once pegged for cost cuts, now home of new hires

Boeing Co.’s new Seal Beach support center for commercial airline customers reflects a significant change in plans for the Chicago-based aerospace giant’s sprawling real estate holdings along Orange County’s coastline.

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