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TrueVision sets its sights on Chinese market

By   /  Monday, October 25th, 2010  /  Features, Technology  /  Comments Off on TrueVision sets its sights on Chinese market

TrueVision Systems, a Santa Barbara-based surgical technology firm, has sealed a deal to create a joint venture with a Chinese medical device company and will soon begin selling its gear in China. TrueVision makes a big-screen, 3-D display system that attaches to a surgeon’s microscope — think “Avatar” meets brain and eye surgery. The startup Read More →

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Profitable merger for Noza

By   /  Monday, October 18th, 2010  /  Nonprofits, Technology, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Profitable merger for Noza

Noza, a Santa Barbara firm offering data to help nonprofit fundraisers, has been acquired by a South Carolina company that’s profiting handsomely from the nonprofit sector. Noza created technology that searches the Web for public information about the money that people and companies have given to charities. Fundraisers at charities and nonprofits can use that Read More →

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Sale of Veeco’s Goleta unit closes

By   /  Friday, October 8th, 2010  /  Latest news, Technology  /  Comments Off on Sale of Veeco’s Goleta unit closes

The sale of Veeco Instruments’ metrology business, which includes its facility in Goleta, closed on Oct. 8, the company announced. Massachusetts-based Bruker Corp. now owns the metrology unit, which includes offices in Goleta and Tuscon, Ariz., and will combine it with its Bruker Nano division. The company paid $229.4 million in cash in the deal, Read More →

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Level Studios acquired by bigger firm

By   /  Monday, September 27th, 2010  /  Latest news  /  Comments Off on Level Studios acquired by bigger firm

Level Studios, the biggest all-digital marketing firm in the Tri-Counties and a major tech employer with 140 people in San Luis Obispo, has been acquired by a New Jersey firm. The acquisition by Princeton, N.J.-based Rosetta will put Level Studios — which works with clients as large as BlackBerry maker Research in Motion and as Read More →