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The major U.S. indexes all fell more than 1% in another volatile trading session, fueled by economic concerns about China and Europe, and blue chippers like Johnson & Johnson, Adobe Inc., and Costco Wholesale Corp
TECHNOLOGY: Sees tracking potential in every new vehicle
Vehicle-location services provider Spireon Inc. found itself being tracked in the past year.
WDC Names Alexy; Irvine App for Inspectors
Executives at Arizona-based Microchip Technology Inc. are still blaming some of its corporate problems on the $10.3 billion acquisition in May of Microsemi Corp. in Aliso Viejo.
GAMING: Post Malone to promote products
HyperX is closing 2018 like a rock star.
The major indexes all fell today amid heightened recessionary fears, doubts on the U.S. trade agreement with China and an overall down day for tech stocks.
Automotive: Hyundai unveils flagship SUV
Orange County’s cadre of automakers revealed the global launches of several models and concept designs last week at the largest auto show on the West Coast.
VERI’s Wild Ride Endures; Microsoft Vets InXile
Irvine’s luxury automaker Karma Automotive LLC struck a deal with San Francisco-based Drive Motors Inc., which specializes in online checkouts that help auto dealerships boost sales.
GAMING: Software giant buys independent OC studios
Microsoft Corp.’s new quest to become the Netflix of video game streaming and original content picked up steam and talent with the recent buy of two local independent studios.
TECHNOLOGY: Bish’s patience leads to biggest catch
It took Reynolds Bish six years to catch his biggest fish.