Chris Casacchia covers technology, aerospace and defense and sports. He can be reached at email@example.com.
San Juan Capistrano-based software maker PingThings Inc. has received a venture capital investment from GE Ventures, the venture capital arm of General Electric, and Frost Data Capital.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. after the close of intraday trading reported first-quarter revenue and adjusted profits that beat Wall Street expectations and provided a revenue target for the current quarter in line with estimates.
Newport Corp. Takes Age Limits as Cue for Makeover
Newport Corp. went to great lengths in the past few years to revamp its board with big names in the science and corporate worlds.
Hopes New Technology Will Cut Costs, Spur Sales
Murrietta Circuits, one of Orange County’s oldest technology companies, believes a new licensed technology will dramatically improve its process for manufacturing circuit boards, positioning the 35-year-old family-run business for growth in a declining U.S. industry.
THE LIST: IFE sector offsets cuts at top-ranked Boeing
Employment at Orange County’s largest aerospace and defense contractors was roughly flat for the third straight year.
Newport Beach startup Acorns Grow Inc. raised $23 million in a Series C round to fuel the growth of its smartphone app, which aims to bring microinvesting to the masses.
Multi-Fineline Electronix Inc. Chief Financial Officer Tom Liguori has resigned to pursue other opportunities, the Irvine-based printed circuit board maker announced after the close of intraday trading.
Newport Beach startup Acorns Grow Inc. has raised $23 million to fuel the growth of its smartphone app that aims to bring microinvesting to the masses.
SPORTS: Broadcast, cable streaming part of picture
Donald Sun has inked a new broadcasting deal with NBC Sports Group, ensuring his Costa Mesa-based Association of Volleyball Professionals with a significant chunk of revenue and exposure before players hit the sand next month for the 2015 tour opener in New Orleans.
Irvine-based LAG Fit Inc. acquired Club Pilates, a franchised chain of 35 Pilates studios in the U.S. and Australia.