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Industry veteran Werner Heid has been named chief executive of Irvine-based Printronix Inc.
Aliso Viejo-Based Telogis Measures Progress on Global Scale
A couple of key pivots initiated by Telogis Inc.’s cofounders in the early days of the company positioned the software maker for a big growth spurt years down the road.
SPORTS: Family offices back for more on value-add strategy
Concert Golf Partners in Newport Beach is on the verge of closing a $90 million fund in order to add to its portfolio of country club golf courses.
No Ego Offering ‘Smart Forms’ for Permits, More
Opportunities for civic and community involvement in Southern California are getting a boost from a new app developed by Huntington Beach startup Nead Inc.
Shares of Kofax Ltd. soared in midday trading today to a market value of about $960 million after the Irvine-based software maker said yesterday it would be sold for $1 billion to Lexmark International Inc. in Lexington, Ky.
Shares of Kofax Ltd. soared in afterhours trading today after the Irvine-based software maker announced it would be sold for $1 billion to Lexmark International Inc. in Lexington, Ky.
TECHNOLOGY: Picks up new technology to offer chip customers
Microsemi Corp.’s latest acquisition highlights how far the company has come in a diversification effort that has taken the Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker from an aerospace and defense specialist to innovator in several fields, with a new toehold on the industrial side of the budding Internet of Things market.
ENERGY: Q4 profit follows focus on fleets, less building
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. may have finally found a clearer path to profitability as it reins in construction costs for a nationwide plan it forged four years ago to dot major highways with natural-gas fueling stations.
Cut Select Products With Big-Box Retailers
Irvine startup Peri Inc. and Huntington Beach-based olloclip were handpicked to distribute a limited number of products on Amazon.com Inc.’s newly launched marketplace, but the designation carries some interesting stipulations: namely, cutting ties for those products with Wal-Mart, Costco, Target and other big-box retailers.
Lake Forest-based Panasonic Avionics Corp. is set to acquire a satellite communication services provider with headquarters in Australia, operations around the globe, and a specialty of working in extreme conditions.