Orange County Business Journal

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

Recent Stories

Charging Ahead

Team’s HQ Bolsters Creative-Office Trend at Hive in Costa Mesa

The Los Angeles Chargers’ new 100,000-square-foot headquarters in Costa Mesa could add some panache to an area just north of the San Diego (I-405) Freeway that’s attracted some sizeable tenants in recent years.

Kingston Adds to E-Sports Lineup

TECHNOLOGY: Segment is small but fast-growing

The strategy behind recent product launches at Kingston Technology Co.’s growing gaming unit is a simple one: visibility in the booming e-sports scene.

Vizio Spying Payment Could Have Bigger Implications

$2.2M Settlement Could Cast Shadow on Sale

Vizio Inc.’s $2.2 million agreement to settle charges that it violated unfair trade practices and consumer protection laws by tracking the viewing habits of smart TV owners without their knowledge or consent could alter William Wang’s business plan after the company’s proposed sale.

Tease photo

Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was down 0.1% to 2,343.22.

Laguna Beach Exec Gets Pro Tennis Franchise

SPORTS: Buys Breakers from Canadian entrepreneur

Laguna Beach resident Eric Davidson has taken up a family tradition with his purchase of Orange County’s professional tennis team from Canadian technology and media entrepreneur Lorne Abony.

Blizzard Says It Stands By Immigrant Employees

CEO Says Trump Ban Out Of Step With Its Values

The human resources and legal teams at Irvine-based video game publisher Blizzard Entertainment Inc. are providing travel guidance, legal assistance and counseling to employees affected by President Donald Trump’s executive order barring refugees and other would-be immigrants in seven countries from entering the U.S. for 90 days.

Eye of the Tiger

How Tournament at Riviera Serves Community in Anaheim, Goal of Reaching 1 Million Kids Nationwide

A bunch of fifth graders in a packed classroom at the Tiger Woods Learning Center in Anaheim are analyzing hair and fingerprint samples from a mock crime scene.

Tease photo

WD Bids on Toshiba Unit

Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. has placed a bid for a minority stake in Toshiba Corp.’s flash memory business, according to media reports.

Tease photo

NB Tennis Team Sold

Laguna Beach resident Eric Davidson has purchased Orange County’s professional tennis team from Canadian technology and media entrepreneur Lorne Abony.

Menlo Micro Brings Big Backers to Market

TECHNOLOGY: GE, Corning, Microsemi, Paladin Group team up

Irvine-based Menlo Micro Inc. has already hit a few milestones that often take fellow startups years to accomplish.

More stories