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June 26, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Epoch Internet said Thursday it raised $25 million in new venture capital to keep growing nationally as an Internet service provider. The privately held Irvine company, founded by Scott Purcell in 1994, has said it wants to remain independent and isn't interested in selling to larger ISPs or phone companies. Epoch connects clients to the "backbone" of the Internet, hosts Web sites and e-mail and provides other services.
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May 23, 2000 | Karen Alexander
Fourteen Internet entertainment start-ups, including nine from Orange County, will receive a battery of free technical and professional services until they are up and running, courtesy of an innovative new incubator program. The idea is that once these companies are more established, they will be loyal customers of their now-sponsors. Led by Internet services provider Epoch Internet of Costa Mesa and International Business Machines Corp.'
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May 23, 2000 | Karen Alexander
Fourteen Internet entertainment start-ups, including nine from Orange County, will receive a battery of free technical and professional services until they are up and running, courtesy of an innovative new incubator program. The idea is that once these companies are more established, they will be loyal customers of their now-sponsors. Led by Internet services provider Epoch Internet of Costa Mesa and International Business Machines Corp.'
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April 13, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Internet services provider Epoch Internet said Monday it replaced its president and chief executive in a move that could be a precursor to a public stock offering. Jeff Stone, former president of the interactive media division of Nextlink Communications Inc., replaces company founder Scott Purcell, who will retain a seat on the board of directors.
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April 13, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Internet services provider Epoch Internet said Monday it replaced its president and chief executive in a move that could be a precursor to a public stock offering. Jeff Stone, former president of the interactive media division of Nextlink Communications Inc., replaces company founder Scott Purcell, who will retain a seat on the board of directors.
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January 12, 1999
Irvine-based Epoch Internet said it has received another infusion, of $200 million, to fuel growth in Internet services. The privately held company said the new funding will allow it to expand its data center and increase network coverage, among other things. Venture capital firms participating in this financing include HarbourVest Partners LLC, Providence Equity Partners, Gold & Appel, Prime New Ventures, Arete Ventures, Dolphin Communications and CIBC Capital Partners, the company said.
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