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Koreatown South: LA Investor Buys Into Buena Park Downtown

REAL ESTATE: Adds 535,000 SF of retail in wake of sale of LA mallA Los Angeles-based investor with ties to that city’s Korean-American community has bought a majority stake in Buena Park’s largest mall.

By Mark Mueller January 25, 2016 midnight   $$ Share
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New Faces on Visit Anaheim Board

Visit Anaheim named two new directors and a new board chairman.

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Laptop Accessories Supplier Acquired

Anaheim-based Targus Group International Inc. was acquired by its lenders for an undisclosed amount in a foreclosure sale on Feb. 1.

Deckers moves Sanuk to its Goleta HQ

Deckers Outdoor Corp. said it will move Irvine-based sandal maker Sanuk USA LLC to Deckers’ headquarters in Goleta to help “streamline brand operations and reduce infrastructure costs.”

Fox Head to Shift Workers from NorCal

Fox Head Inc. in Irvine said it plans to close its offices in Morgan Hill in Santa Clara County in June and relocate its finance, IT and sales operations to the motocross apparel and accessories manufacturer’s headquarters in Irvine.

JetSuite Makes Long Pass in Super Bowl Empties Deal

Marks Anniversary With $50 Flights for Charters

Irvine-based JetSuite Inc., the fourth largest private jet charter company in the U.S. based on hours flown, marked Super Bowl 50 by offering $50 “Suite-Deals”—its empty flights on Feb. 6 and 7 were sold for $50. Clients pay $3,000 to $6,000 an hour on average for the charter, depending on jet size.

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Sanuk Revenue Falls 17%

Sanuk USA LLC’s revenue for the third quarter of its fiscal year 2016 decreased 17% to $17 million compared to $20.5 million in the same period last year, according to parent company Deckers Outdoor Corp. in Goleta.

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More Fox Head Ops to Irvine HQ

Fox Head Inc. in Irvine said it plans to close its offices in Morgan Hill in June and relocate its finance, IT, and sales operations to the motocross apparel and accessories manufacturer’s headquarters in Irvine.

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Boot Barn Beats; Shares Up

Shares of Boot Barn Holdings Inc. were up 29% in recent trading to a market cap of $188 million on the strength of its quarterly report issued yesterday.

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OC-Based Carmakers’ January Mixed

Two out of four Orange County-based automakers exceeded the national sales pace for new vehicles in January, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.

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Sanuk to Exit Irvine HQ

Deckers Outdoor Corp. said it will move Irvine-based sandal maker Sanuk USA LLC to its headquarters in Goleta to help “streamline brand operations and reduce infrastructure costs.”

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Nordstrom Rack Coming to Center

Irvine Company said it plans to add a Nordstrom Rack store to its 120-tenant lineup at The Market Place shopping center in Tustin and Irvine.

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OC Auto Sales Up 8.7% in 2015

Sales at Orange County auto dealers rose 8.7% last year and are expected to increase 2.5% this year, according to the Orange County Automobile Dealers Association in Newport Beach.

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Mall Announces New Stores

The Shops at Mission Viejo is adding six tenants over the next few months, including apparel retailer Madewell, which is holding its grand opening celebration from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today on the upper level near Forever 21.

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Quiksilver Names Post BK Board

Huntington Beach-based Quiksilver Inc. selected a new board of directors to take over after bankruptcy proceedings end, according to documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Developer Would Raze Los Al City Hall for Retail

REAL ESTATE: Lincoln owns 10-acre parcel next door

Lincoln Properties Co. is in talks to buy the Los Alamitos City Hall and municipal center, a 3.1-acre site on Katella Avenue where the developer plans to build a shopping center.