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Costa Mesa-based El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. reported mixed results in its most recent quarter and cut its full-year outlook on earnings and same-store sales.
A car auction at the Anaheim Convention Center that starts tomorrow expects to draw 20,000 attendees and several hundred sellers of classic and antique cars, generating sales of about $20 million by the time the last gavel drops.
Yogurtland has hired four executives to lead corporate and regional operations, marketing and brand management following the summer departure of Craig Takiguchi, who led these areas as vice president of brand management.
Shareholders of Habit Restaurants Inc. plan to sell up to 5.75 million shares for an estimated $137.7 million, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing shows.
Habit Restaurants Inc. in Irvine said after markets closed today that it earned $2.2 million on revenue of $58.6 million in its most recent quarter.
Fountain Valley-based Hyundai Motor America Inc. today launched a standalone brand of premium vehicles named after its Genesis luxury sedan.
Three of the four Orange County-based automakers beat the national sales pace for new vehicles in October, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.
PennySaver will resurface as an online-only entity in the near future, according to the officials from MonetizeMore, a Victoria, Canada-based company that purchased the PennySaverUSA domains and other intellectual property in a bankruptcy auction held on Sept. 23.
Costa Mesa-based El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. has chosen the first six sites to start its expansion into North Texas next year, a news report said.
MARKETING: Will consolidate Philadelphia-based operation here
United Sports Brands will make its move from the Midwest to Orange County with one more brand in tow.
Quiksilver Inc. in Huntington Beach asked a bankruptcy court to approve the sale of its Ampla running shoe brand to a pair of former executives for $200,000.
Tamarind Dashed Hopes, Scott’s Ends on High Note
Double bombshells hit diners in the past month with the sudden closing of Tamarind of London at Newport Coast and news that Scott’s would be closing at the end of the year.
Spots Show HB Affords ‘Real’ Vibe to Pacific City
Pacific City in Huntington Beach is scheduled to open to the public on Nov. 7, according to its developer, DJM Capital Partners in San Jose.
Irvine-based home electronics retail chain Paul’s TV is out of business, according to an announcement on the company’s website.
Irvine-based sandal maker Sanuk USA LLC’s revenue for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2016 decreased 9% to $17.3 million compared to $19 million in the same period last year, according to parent company Deckers Outdoor Corp. in Goleta.