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SOFTWARE: Goldman, Carrick among top investors
Business software maker Mavenlink Inc. has laid out an aggressive local expansion plan as it eyes an initial public offering.
Xentaurs LLC, a fast growing IT consultancy established in 2016, has relocated and expanded into new offices at University Research Park for its new Irvine headquarters.
AUTOMOTIVE: Firm uses AI to find defective parts
The nation’s largest auto safety recall a decade ago provided a foundation to build one of the fastest-growing startups in Orange County.
Soccer Club Plays Online; One Stop in Quick Deal
The Boeing Co.’s sprawling Defense, Space and Security division in Huntington Beach will not benefit from the unit’s new $805 million contract from the Department of Defense to manufacture the U.S. navy’s first carrier-based drone.
TECHNOLOGY: Former Microsemi CEO looking for small caps
James Peterson is back in business.
SERVICES: Says move to better serve customers
National Technical Systems Inc., one of the nation’s largest testing companies, has relocated its headquarters from Calabasas to Anaheim.
Microsemi Chip OK’d For Outerspace Work
Irvine-based data storage products maker Zadara Storage Inc. closed a $25 million Series C funding round led by Israel Growth Partners, which was founded by a Microsoft Corp. veteran.
TECHNOLOGY: Reports first annual profit in 18 years
Wall Street is warming up to networking and Internet of Things equipment maker Lantronix Inc. after years of lackluster performance.