Kevin Costelloe

Staff Reporter

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Midday Stock Roundup

Shares higher on reopening expectations

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Anduril Expands OC Base with Santa Ana Lease

DEFENSE: New warehouse at Shea Business Center

Palmer Luckey’s tech-focused defense company Anduril Industries is expanding both its local and national base, after inking a deal for a newly built industrial building in Santa Ana and opening a new office in Seattle.

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Ephesoft System Speeds Companies’ Bill-Paying

Customers Seek More Automation During Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed companies and their work-from-home employee base to automate their bill-paying departments, a need filled by the new Semantik Invoice system from Irvine-based software developer Ephesoft Inc.

Tech, Science Online For Youngest Students

Discovery Cube Connect For Distance Learners

Look around the house and rustle up a bottle, a balloon, vinegar and baking soda—you’re on the way toward one of the scientific demonstrations the Discovery Cube in Santa Ana is running for stuck-at-home young students online.

OC Jobless Rate 8.2% This Year: CSUF’s Farka

Healthcare will recover first

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Veritone Gets Getty Images Deal

Streamlines searches; boosts buying

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BlizzCon Canceled

Blizzard ‘deeply disappointed’

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Midday Stock Roundup

Vaccine hopes, data boost shares

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Hands Off! Voice-Control Appeal of Syntiant Chips

No-Touch for Devices More in Demand

Chief Executive Kurt Busch of Syntiant Corp. in Irvine says his company’s next-gen chips for voice control of electronic devices are the future—and the COVID-19 pandemic has given his views a boost.

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GPS Indicates Consumer Foot Traffic Up Near Stores

Gamers, Guitar Players, Schools Aided Online

With more regions opening up business again, here is a compilation of some ways Orange County firms have harnessed tech to adapt, learn, and power through the pandemic.

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