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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Ingram Sale Hits Bump

Ingram Micro Inc.’s pending $6 billion sale to Chinese conglomerate Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. has run into its first hurdle that could ultimately derail the deal.

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Quantum Fuel Bought

Lake Forest-based Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide Inc. was purchased by Douglas Acquisitions LLC, an affiliate of second-position secured creditors.

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Silicon Valley Software Maker to NB

Newport Beach-based startup Predictive Inc. has acquired a Silicon Valley software maker developing advanced learning applications.

Next Act for Cylance: Consumer Market

TECHNOLOGY: Citigroup among backers of cybersecurity specialist

One of Orange County’s fastest growing companies is crafting a strategy to claim new ground with a push into the consumer market.

OC-Rooted Software Makers Acquired Behind Scenes

Epicor Originally in Irvine, Dell Unit Came From Quest

Two software makers with deep roots in Orange County that helped develop the industry here quietly changed hands in private equity deals.

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Toba in $11M Series A Round

Vinny Smith’s Toba Capital in Newport Beach has led an $11 million Series A round for business software maker Grow.

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Rams to Summer at UCI

The Los Angeles Rams will hold the team’s annual summer training camp at University of California-Irvine for the next three years.

Trout Turns Pitchman on Smart Bat

Angel Star Endorses Model With Data Sensor

Mike Trout is part of an effort to bring America’s Pastime into the age of data with the game’s first smart bat.

VR Content Maker Takes in $20 Million

Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. raised $20 million from CITIC Guoan Information Industry, a state-owned investment firm in China.

Execs of OC Tech Stalwart Strike Out on Their Own

Some See Better Breaks, Others Innovate on Own

Vast strategic and management changes and hundreds of local job cuts initiated over the past few years at Broadcom Corp. and more recently at Broadcom Ltd. are creating opportunities for former executives that ultimately could reshape Orange County’s technology landscape.

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