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 Joint Venture Provides New Path in China

Data Storage, Products Businesses Stand to Benefit

The much-anticipated joint venture between Western Digital Corp. and China-based electronics manufacturer Unisplendour Corp. Ltd. is up and running a little more than a year after the agreement was first struck.

Irvine Nihon Unit Lands $35 Million Defense Contract

To Supply Patient Monitors For Military, Civilian Use

Irvine-based Nihon Kohden America Inc. has been awarded a $35.3 million one-year contract by the Department of Defense to supply patient monitoring equipment.

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Ingram Sale Gets China Nod

Ingram Micro Inc.’s $6 billion pending sale to Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. has gained a key regulatory approval in China.

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Kingston Sponsors Top Gamer

The gaming accessories unit of Fountain Valley-based Kingston Technology Co. Inc. will sponsor one of the world’s top “Street Fighter” players.

Goldman Gets Behind Fast Grower

Leads $39M Round to Join Early Investors Carrick, Toba

Irvine-based Mavenlink Inc. is scouting new headquarters in Irvine to accommodate a hiring push in the wake of raising $39 million from lead backer Goldman Sachs.

USB Touted as Ultra-Secure Closes In on Retail Deal

Startup Says Device Uses NSA-Endorsed Technology

Irvine startup Webcloak is nearing a deal with a national retailer to distribute its USB device, which it says allows users to anonymously browse the web and prevent viruses, data theft or identity breaches.

Hyundai’s New Take on Tech

AUTOS: Carmaker forms IT ‘subdivision’ at FV headquarters

Here’s what the world didn’t see when Hyundai Motor America Inc. showed off its first self-driving vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show last week:

NB-Based Team Tennis Franchise Up for Sale

SPORTS: Sold out 6-game schedule at 1,250-seat venue

Orange County’s professional tennis team is up for sale.

Vizio Sale in Spotlight of Chinese Buyer’s Finances

LeEco Tight On Funds After Overextension

Vizio Inc.’s pending $2 billion sale to LeEco bears watching as chatter picks up in analyst circles that the China-based conglomerate has hit a cash crunch as it expands product lines and markets.

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Irvine Software Maker Raises $39M

Irvine-based business software maker Mavenlink Inc. has raised $39 million in a Series D round led by Goldman Sachs.

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