Chris Casacchia

Technology Editor/Reporter

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

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Recent Stories

Philly’s Nick Foles Spreads Cheer to Laguna Hills

SPORTS: Agency Athletes First, QB client just got busy

Justin Schulman’s phone hasn’t stopped ringing since his client pulled off one of the most stunning performances in Super Bowl history.

Ingram Micro Says It’s Insulated From Parent Troubles

HNA Group in Cash Crunch; Debt Going Up

The ongoing financial troubles of HNA Group won’t affect operations of Ingram Micro Inc., the company told the Business Journal.

Kofax Seizes On Growing Hunger for Automation

TECHNOLOGY: Declares 2018 ‘Year of the Robot’

A 2013 acquisition laid the foundation for Kofax Inc.’s fastest-growing line of business as corporations seek to replace human workers with automated software in the digital age.

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Qualcomm Rejects $121B Broadcom Bid

The board of Qualcomm Inc. today unanimously rejected Broadcom Ltd.’s latest unsolicited cash and stock bid of $121 billion, or $82.00 per share.

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TTM Down on Q1 Outlook

Shares of TTM Technologies Inc. declined about 3% to a $1.5 billion market cap after the Costa Mesa-based company provided an outlook on adjusted profits this quarter that were below Wall Street expectations.

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Microsemi for Sale? It’s Reportedly Pondering a Deal

Bank Apparently Helping Chipmaker Mull Options

Chatter is picking up again that Microsemi Corp. is exploring options, including a possible sale.

Hill Climber

Her Resume is Loaded, Stellar, and Slated to Add One More Big Name

In a meeting last month at Broadcom Ltd.’s San Jose headquarters, Hock Tan asked Julie Hill why she wanted to join a board takeover of rival Qualcomm Inc.

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Irvine Manufacturer Sold for $235M

Irvine-based FMH Aerospace has changed hands for the second time in less than three years.

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Kingston Says Customization Name of Gaming Game

Debuts Synchronized Memory Module Lights

Another first for Kingston Technology Inc.

One Identity Lonely Cyber Firm No More

One Identity LLC, a key element in Quest Software’s 2012 blockbuster sale to Dell Inc., which made Vinny Smith a billionaire, has closed its first acquisition as a stand-alone company.

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