Orange County Business Journal

Michael Lyster is editor of the Business Journal. He directs the paper's coverage and layout and oversees a team of award-winning reporters. He also oversees the paper's Web site. He can be reached at lyster@ocbj.com.

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CEO, CFO of Lantronix Step Down

The chief executive and chief financial officer of Irvine networking gear maker Lantronix Inc. have stepped down over protracted tensions stemming from a board battle last year.

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Network Chipmaker Raises $14 Million

TECHNOLOGY: ClariPhy’s raised estimated $50M to date

ClariPhy has raised $14 million in a round of venture funding

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Simons’ New House Venture Sells 103 Homes

REAL ESTATE: cabinetmaker sells out first major development

Ron Simon’s home development near Temecula has sold out

Western Digital Jumps on Bullish Analyst Comments

Shares of Irvine disk drive maker bucked a down day on Wall Street Thursday after an analyst offered an upbeat projection on the company’s performance for the current quarter.

Former Disney, Corinthian Exec Ouimet To Run Knott's Berry Farm Parent

Matt Ouimet, a onetime head of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim and a former executive at Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc., has been tapped to lead the parent company of Knott’s Berry Farm.

Networking Chipmaker ClariPhy Raises $14M

Irvine-based networking chipmaker ClariPhy Inc. has raised $14 million in a round of venture funding led by Europe’s Nokia Siemens Networks.

Medical Services Company Alliance Seeks Debt Deal

Newport Beach-based Alliance Healthcare Services Inc. is looking to borrow $590 million to pay off existing debt.

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Circuit Board Maker Expands With Plants in China

TECHNOLOGY: move part of long-running production shift

M-Flex opened two plants in China

WSJ: Pimco Lost $3.4B Investing in Lehman Debt

Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Co. lost more than $3.4 billion investing in Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. debt before the investment bank failed in 2008, according to a story in Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal.

Quest Acquires Network Software Maker

Aliso Viejo-based business software maker Quest Software Inc. has acquired a maker of software that boosts access to data stored on various computers on a network.

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