Kevin Costelloe

Staff Reporter

Email: costelloe@ocbj.com
Phone: 949-833-8373 Extension: 225

Recent Stories

Ingram Micro 2020 Sales Up 4% in Dollar Terms

Sale to Platinum Equity ‘on track’

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Midday Stock Roundup

Montrose gains; ClearPoint Neuro falls

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Blizzard Entertainment Parent Details Irvine Operations

World of Warcraft Boost; Hit to Overwatch Franchise

Growth initiatives and reinvigoration of the Overwatch franchise planned for with new sequel

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OneCharge Batteries Charged Up to Meet Economic Boom

Moving to Consolidated Site in Garden Grove

Larger facility is needed as the company looks towards expanding workforce

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Uttam Buys Catalina Composites in Garden Grove

At least $20M investment foreseen

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CalAmp Picks FedEx’s Maier for Board

Appointment effective June 1

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Alteryx Sets Global Inspire Conference Next Month

Will showcase new products, innovations

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JetBlue Picks Panasonic Avionics for Sports

For planned trans-Atlantic flights

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Staar Surgical rises; Vizio drops

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Anduril Buys Area-I

Georgia-based firm specializes in unmanned aerial systems

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CloudBlue Completes Harmony Business Systems Acquisition

CloudBlue is a division of Ingram Micro

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Interlink Electronics Uplists to Nasdaq

Comes Year After Moving HQ to OC

Nasdaq debut will raise capital for Interlink, future plans being outlined

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Phocas Aims to Speed Up Budgeting, Forecasting

Phocas accelerating growth in America and the United Kingdom to focus on expansion and products

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CSUF: OC Bullish On Economic Rebound

ECONOMY: Optimism reaches late-2018 levels

Business is picking up in Orange County as companies are making big moves and creating oppurtunity

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Alteryx Plans In-Person Annual Meeting

May 13 plan subject to possible change

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OC Business Outlook Surges: CSUF

2Q expectations highest since 2018

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Midday Stock Roundup

Boot Barn, Viant rise while major indexes fall

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Allied Esports Revised Deal with Element for World Poker Tour

Bally’s proposal deemed not ‘superior’

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Frost Giant Raises Additional $5 Million

Kona, RXBAR co-founder Jared Smith among investors

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Acacia Revenue Rises

Book value increased to $292.5 million

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Armin Zerza new CFO at Activision Blizzard

Company exceeding 1Q outlook

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TECHNOLOGY: More Broadcom ties for 5G wireless firm

Various potential futures considered for Morandi, staying private is not one of them

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Bally’s Corp. Ups Ante For World Poker Tour

Hold 'Em or Fold 'Em For Rival Element Partners?

The struggle for the ownership of the World Poker Tour (WPT) may be heading into its final hand.

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Gaming Products Maker Razer Going All-Green

Irvine Firm Aims For 2030 Carbon Neutral Goal

Green initiative was a focus pre-pandemic, success now leads to a bigger commitment for Razer

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Bally’s Ups Ante for World Poker Tour

Latest offer for WPT is $105 million

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Interlink Electronics Starts on Nasdaq

Share price rises 16.6%

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Razer Has Record-High 2020 Revenue

Irvine is company’s co-headquarters site

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Iteris Gets $3.5 Million Phoenix-Region Contracts

For Arizona’s I-10 Broadway Curve

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Interlink Electronics to Trade on Nasdaq

Start set for Thursday

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Viant falls; Oncocyte gains

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Viant Reports Revenue Jump, Beats Estimates

First earnings release as public company

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New Deal for World Poker Tour Sale

Allied Esports Goes Back to Element Partners

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Law Firms’ Headcount Holds Up Despite Closures

Tech, Life Sciences See Boost in Work

Even though COVID-19 closed courtrooms and forced employees to work from their homes, Orange County’s biggest law firms found a way to keep their workforce steady.

Anduril Pushes Further Into Military Work

DEFENSE: Palantir subcontract, hires Pentagon expert Mears

Palmer Luckey’s Anduril Industries in Irvine is striking notable new deals and looks towards improving the capabilities of the Department of Defense.

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Clean Energy Fuels Sees Demand Growing

Shares Soar Amid Deals With BP, Total SE

Focus on reducing emissions and assistance from federal tax credits contributing to increased demand

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Ad Creativity Trumps Tech, Says Gigasavvy Exec

Allied Universal, Chapman Among Firm’s Clients

Marketing firm promotes focus on creativity over company reliance on advertisement technologies

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Rutan Lightens Load in Move to Irvine

Less Files, More Efficiency at Boardwalk

Working from home and digital assets helped in the move to newly built space

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Allied Esports Says Bally’s Proposal Superior

Rhode Island-based company seeking World Poker Tour

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Activision Blizzard Firing Dozens: Bloomberg

Amid shift from in-person events

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Spireon Buys U.S. LoJack From CalAmp

CalAmp emphasizes SaaS focus

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Midday Stock Roundup

Tilly’s, Boot Barn down on retail sales figures

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HyperX HQ to Remain In Fountain Valley Post-Sale

Kingston’s Gaming Unit Fetches $425M From HP

HP will retain the HyperX name, plans on expanding its gaming ecosystem

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Bally’s Places $100M Bet on Allied Esports

Proposal Requires Halt Of World Poker Tour Sale

With a new offer on the table, the esports company is evaluating its options

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Hollywood Recognition for Irvine’s Teradek

TECHNOLOGY: Wireless video on movie, television sets

Irvine-based Teradek, using the wireless chipset from sister company Amimon of Israel, received the Academy’s “Scientific and Engineering Award”

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Former Google Exec Joshi on Alteryx Board

For next phase of company growth

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Clean Energy Fuels Deliveries Down on COVID-19

Firm sees 2021 financial break-even

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Midday Stock Roundup

Clean Energy Fuels, Oncocyte Surge

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Indie Semiconductor CEO Aims To Alleviate Auto Chip Shortage

Car-Focused Firm’s SPAC Still on Track

Indie Semiconductor Chief Executive Donald McClymont reaches back to the age-old proverb about the loss of one horseshoe nail eventually dooming an entire kingdom as he explains the potential gravity of the chip shortage for U.S. automakers.

CalAmp Enters FY22 With Revamped Product

Improvements to Firm’s iOn Tracking System

Vehicle tracking and management company CalAmp Corp. (Nasdqaq: CAMP) in Irvine is heading into its new fiscal year with a total remake of its tools for keeping track of trucks, drivers and other assets.

Allied Esports Gets Unsolicited Offer

Purchase proposal from Bally’s

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