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Element Skateboards Inc. in Irvine named David Brooks its new global general manager, the brand’s top executive position.
Costa Mesa-based Volcom Inc. posted $256.8 million in 2016 revenue, a 13.5% decrease from the prior year, according to Kering S.A., its Paris-based parent.
Rakuten.com Shopping is moving from Aliso Viejo to San Mateo in the Silicon Valley in March.
Skis Rossignol S.A. in Grenoble, France, bought Felt Racing LLC in Irvine on undisclosed terms.
Wet Seal LLC in Irvine filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday, and is taking steps to liquidate its assets.
Three 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.
Nekter Juice Bar Inc. in Santa Ana has signed multi-unit franchise agreements to bring the food-and-smoothie chain into Utah, Washington and Florida—all new states for the chain.
Boot Barn Holdings Inc. reported mixed results for its December quarter, meeting Wall Street expectations on earnings but delivering below forecasts on revenue.
Sales of new vehicles at Orange County auto dealers plateaued at 191,910 last year after notching considerable gains for the previous six years, according to the Orange County Automobile Dealers Association.
TEN, short for The Enthusiast Network, has shut down Surfing Magazine to focus on its other surf publication, Surfer, according to news reports.
Mazda North American Operations has set the stage for a new generation of executives to join its senior management in Irvine.
Irvine-based Wet Seal notified the state Employment Development Department that it plans to lay off 148 local workers by March 21. It listed a permanent closure as the reason.
Susan Crank, chief executive of Lunada Bay Corp. in Anaheim, died on Jan. 23 after a battle with cancer.
Wet Seal LLC is exploring liquidation or a sale, according to news reports.
Fountain Valley-based Hyundai Motor America Inc.’s return to the Super Bowl will include a 90-second documentary filmed during the game that will air right after the final whistle.