Kevin Costelloe

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Midday Stock Roundup

Indexes mostly lower on concerns over slow vaccine rollout

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Infinite Electronics Adds Networking Co. to Fold

CEO Cotner Sees Strong Start to Year

Irvine-based Infinite Electronics Inc., a global supplier of electronic components for wired and wireless communications networks, has expanded its family of brands as the company got off to a strong start for this year

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OC Cos. Show Their Wares Virtually at CES

TECH: 5G, computerized contacts; gaming masks

OC companies used a new virtual format to show their wares at the online CES 2021 show, after the coronavirus made the usual in-person Las Vegas extravaganza impossible to hold in person

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Viant Sees Boom in Digital Ad Market

SOFTWARE: Ad tech firm files for $150M IPO

Irvine’s Viant Technology Inc., advertising software company known for purchasing Myspace.com, plans to go public in the booming digital ad market

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Millennials Seeking Homes, Mortgages Boost Cloudvirga

Revenue Doubled in ’20; More in Store for 2021

Irvine-based Cloudvirga, a fast-growing mortgage software company, said its revenue doubled last year and it expects similar growth in 2021, spurred on by millennials and other first-time homebuyers

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CalAmp, Localiza of Brazil in Partnership

Multi-year deal for connected vehicle tech

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Macquarie to Invest in esVolta in Aliso Viejo

Will support North American expansion

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Allied Esports Selling World Poker Tour

Deal worth $78.3 million; esports business sale weighed

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Midday Stock Roundup

Indexes rise on Yellen testimony, Goldman earnings

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UCI Cybersecurity Group To Help Counter Threats

Cunningham Sees ‘Bleak’ Outlook as Dangers Mount

With cybersecurity taking on even greater prominence, the Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute at the University of California, Irvine will be undertaking several initiatives to analyze and help counter increasingly dangerous computer threats.

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