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Last year, for the first time in a local market, the Business Journal presented the 2017 Civic 50 Orange County in partnership with OneOC, recognizing the 50 most community-minded small, medium and large Orange County companies.
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Is your company about much more than its bottom line? Does it also use its resources to better the Orange County community?
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Brings on Landmark To Provide Home-Based Care
Care is moving homeward, driven by patient preference and more importantly, cost.
Edge, MondoTunes To Put Songs on Big Channels
Music video streaming service Edge Music Network wants to help users reach more fans and make more money.
Lido House Busy With OC Dealmakers
Looking to do a real estate deal and need a partner?
Revenue Rises Over 40%, Mostly on Media Business
Veritone Inc.’s latest quarterly report produced a mixed bag of results for the wildly traded Costa Mesa company trying to crack into the booming but highly speculative artificial intelligence market.
Rael Raises $2.1 Million In Preseries A Round
Buena Park-based startup Rael wants more women to talk about their periods, and investors are listening.
Five Longtime Female Realtors Share Insights
According to the National Association of Realtors, 63% of Realtors in the U.S. are women—a marked contrast to representation of women in commercial real estate—not just brokerage, but all segments.
Hover boards and flying cars may still be a long way off, but forward-thinking e-commerce giants have made huge strides in newer and more efficient delivery methods. Autonomous drones are viewed as the way of the future, and many companies and communities are already pushing to turn science fiction into reality.
Sales and leases of offices, industrial buildings, retail space and apartments
Izhak and Dalia Termeforoosh sold a retail building to Blake Megdal for $2.4 million, or $815 per square foot.
Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 41, No. 21
Eran Cohen was appointed chief executive of Irvine-based luxury label St. John Knits, succeeding Bruce Fetter, who retired after more than 15 years.
Long Beach Airport passenger traffic grew 9% in April to 348,000, compared with the same period last year.
Technology editor Chris Casacchia reports on Vizio, just over one year since the $2 billion sale to China’s LeEco fell apart.
A “self-chilling” beverage can created by an Irvine-based firm is on shelves in 15 Los Angeles 7-Eleven stores.
Orange County’s unadjusted unemployment rate fell to 2.6% in April from a revised 2.8% in March and below the 3.4% reported a year earlier, according to the state’s Employment Development Department.
TECHNOLOGY: Raise $5M, plan new VC round with big backer
An Irvine-based startup led by former Broadcom, Mindspeed Technologies and Lantronix Inc. executives has emerged with backing from the world’s largest chipmaker and its first deal.
Heads NFL team that jumped to OC/LA orbit from San Diego … interim HQ Costa Mesa … ‘long-term stability … deal for state-of-the-art stadium’ his biggest 2017 accomplishment … son of majority owner, his role model, Alex Spanos … team in family some 35 years …Dean Spanos has yellow lab, Enzo … life turning point: ‘becoming a father’ … three words: ‘integrity, hard work’
John Wayne Airport and local businesses will expand a pilot program that brings live music to ticketed passengers in secure areas waiting for or arriving on flights at the facility.