DEVICES: Treatment delays over, CEO says
Mussallem: ‘we carried on’
60 People Reportedly Worked at Local Facility
Nexon Co., a Japan-based developer and publisher of online games, is closing its Irvine studio even though there’s a boom for at-home playing during the coronavirus pandemic.
UCI Medical Center Uses Devices for COVID-19 Care
Irvine-based device maker Masimo Corp. (Nasdaq: MASI) recently unveiled its UniView: 60 platform, which provides clinicians with important patient reminders and advisories in a clean, concise display outside of each patient’s room.
With Changes, CEO Says Luxe Automaker’s Never Been Clearer on Direction
Karma Automotive LLC is wagering its technology will push it to the forefront of the electric vehicle industry, despite side-eyes from some critics of the luxury automaker’s business model.
FINANCE: Say clients seeking fewer deferments
The largest publicly traded banks headquartered in Orange County collectively breathed a sigh of relief when reporting second-quarter results in recent weeks.
Buyers, Brokers on What the Super Wealthy Want
The location, location, location of Bill Gross
Accuse company of ‘scorched Earth’ defense; seek board change
Game-Changing Philanthropy In Unprecedented Times
In the midst of layered and intersecting crises, we are facing a watershed moment.
FINANCE: Says CEO: ‘We’re in a beautiful space’
Shares up in IPO
Mixed-Use Plans Now Count Rentals, Grocer
After several years and a 2019 change of ownership, plans appear to be moving ahead for the development of a prominent mixed-use site not far from Angel Stadium in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle.
Built on Spec; To Open by Late ’21
Prologis Inc., the country’s largest owner of warehouse and distribution properties, has plans for another Orange County industrial development.
FINANCE: OC’s top VC invests in pre-IPO Nikola
Market cap triples
Takes Majority Stake In Phison Venture
Kingston Technology Corp., founded and run by billionaires John Tu and David Sun, is consolidating its hold over a joint venture it set up with a Taiwanese company a decade ago.
Language-learning virtual reality software firm Immerse Inc. in Irvine nabbed a one-year contract with Microsoft, beginning this month. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.
Says Millions of Sensitive Consumer Documents Exposed
TECHNOLOGY: New hires for telematics firm
Gardner goes high-tech
REAL ESTATE: 116K-SF spot at campus yet to open
Coworking co. not working at new digs
REAL ESTATE: Part of new investment strategy
Moving on up, up North
40%-Plus Annually; CFO Has IPO Experience
Irvine-based Mavenlink Inc. says it’s hearing from clients that its software for streamlining companies’ workflows is even more important now during the COVID-19 pandemic.