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Irvine-based storage products maker Western Digital Corp. reported revenue and adjusted profits in the March quarter that missed Wall Street expectations amid continued sagging PC sales.
Broadcom Ltd. has sold its Internet of Things business and related assets for $550 million to Cypress Semiconductor Corp. in San Jose
Baseball’s oldest rule book fetched a record $3.2 million this weekend as part of the 2016 Spring Premier auction run by Laguna Niguel-based SCP Auctions.
TECHNOLOGY: Firm showed phone-breaking tool to top cops
A low-profile company that’s involved in some of the nation’s top forensic investigations is testing a robotic arm to unlock the most common mobile phones used in crimes.
Smart-Tech Provider To Hire 60 People This Year
The increasing adoption of connected-home devices and a $45 million venture funding round in January have prompted a hiring push at Irvine-based Greenwave Systems Inc.
TECHNOLOGY: Minnesota-based brand’s USBs made in Santa Ana
Kingston Technology Inc., the world’s top seller of consumer USB drives, has moved to strengthen its position in the commercial market with its first technology buy.
TECHNOLOGY: $11M stock sale to Taiwanese firm promises Asia links
Orange-based startup grandPad Inc. has sold an equity stake to one of the largest PC makers in the world and signed a distribution deal with a nationwide provider of in-home senior healthcare potentially worth millions of dollars.
Deal to Buy Cloud App Distributor to Add Revenue
Ingram Micro Inc.’s pending owner is making good on its word to invest in the Irvine-based company after its $6 billion sale.
To Trim 4K Jobs Across Co. to Vie With Airbus
More job cuts could be looming at Boeing Co.’s Seal Beach, Huntington Beach and Long Beach operations as the aerospace giant looks to trim thousands of positions across the country to improve its position against Airbus, a rival on commercial aircraft.
Rancho Santa Margarita data analytics software maker Compellon has raised $6.7 million in a Series A funding round.