Sarah Tolkoff

Staff Reporter

Sarah Tolkoff covers technology and international Trade for the Business Journal. She can be reached at

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Recent Stories

Stability, Sales Growth Eyed as Boost Shakes Out Latest Buy

TECHNOLOGY: Smith putting “life back” in Irvine hub office

Boost Mobile is seeing stability after a rocky combination with Virgin Mobile

Ingram Takes Aim at Higher Margins With Cloud Service

TECHNOLOGY: Distributor seeks new role, revenue in trend

Ingram Micro is branching into cloud computing

Circuit Board Maker Finds Grass Greener in S. Dakota

Legacy Electronics Moves HQ, Leaves San Clemente

Legacy Electronics has moved to South Dakota, in Technology

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Jazz Links to French Nonprofit in Bid for Global Deals

Deal Calls for Joint Effort on “Multi-Project Wafers”

Jazz Semiconductor inked a deal with a French nonprofit, in Technology

From $100 to $280M

Drumwright Started Trace3 With Nearly Nothing, Eyeing $500M in Sales by 2014

ENTREPRENEURS: Profiles of the Business Journal’s Entrepreneur of the Year award winners: Hayes Drumwright, founder and Chief Executive, Trace3.

Clarke: Ups, Downs, Growing Stability for Local Search Site

TECHNOLOGY:’s seen boom, busts, Web scrutiny

ENTREPRENEURS: Profiles of the Business Journal’s Entrepreneur of the Year award winners: Heath Clarke, Corp. cofounder and Chief Executive

Microsemi Pops on Analyst's Bullish Sales Outlook

Shares of Irvine-based Microsemi Corp., a maker of chips for military, aerospace and consumer uses, jumped on Thursday after an analyst said its March quarter sales could come in above its outlook.

San Clemente's Legacy Electronics Moving HQ to South Dakota

Legacy Electronics Inc., a local maker of memory boards for computers, is moving its headquarters to South Dakota from San Clemente.

Japan Fallout?

Kingston Had Banner 2010, $6.5B in Sales; Earthquake Poses Questions for This Year

Japan’s recent earthquake and tsunami could disrupt production for Kingston

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Software Maker Set To Open Santa Ana Office

TECHNOLOGY: Ultimate set to join local cluster, employ 50 here

Florida’s Ultimate Software Group plans to open an office in Santa Ana

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