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REAL ESTATE: HQ of apparel brand on block after makeover
An 82,645-square-foot office about a block from The District shopping center went up for sale this month
RETAIL: New hire for smaller chain amid larger turnaround bid
Wet Seal Inc. is taking another shot at a turnaround of its Arden B chain with a newly hired veteran of the contemporary fashion segment at the helm.
RESTAURANTS: New menu, remodeled stores key to push
Del Taco LLC has been laying the groundwork on the chain’s makeover for more than a year.
REAL ESTATE: Other directors seek ouster, new adviser
The head of Thompson National Properties is facing another board battle
Quiksilver Inc. hired a former Disney Store executive to head retail for its Americas business.
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
There are more than 5,000 businesses in the city of Orange, and they collectively employ roughly 71,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Irvine-based Kia Motors America Inc. confirmed pricing on its new premium sedan, the Cadenza.
Irvine-based Mimi's Cafe named Scott Miller vice president of finance, a new position at the French bistro-style restaurant chain, which got a new owner and president earlier this year.
Huntington Beach-based action-sports apparel maker and retailer Quiksilver Inc. hired a former Disney Store executive to head up retail for its Americas business.
John Galardi, fast-food industry veteran and founder of the popular Wienerschnitzel hot dog chain, died Saturday after battling pancreatic cancer.
Digital Trend Reaches Restaurants’ Menu Boards
Delphi counts mostly fast-food chains as customers, including McDonald’s Corp., Yum! Brands Inc. and Wendy’s International Inc.
OC INSIDER Column by Jerry Sullivan
Electric Visual this month named co-founder Eric Crane chief executive of the San Clemente-based eyewear and accessories company.
Wealthy Chinese tourists count South Coast Plaza as their top shopping destination in the U.S., according to a recent survey.