OC BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd., a British automaker that has its Americas region headquarters in Irvine, hired Laura Schwab to run its operations here.
The S&P 500 was up 0.3% in midday trading to 1,928.90.
Huntington Beach-based insurance services company Confie has acquired four insurance brokers in three states.
Experian PLC said one of its business units “experienced an unauthorized acquisition of information from a server” containing data related to client T-Mobile USA Inc. in Bellevue, Wash.
Two of the four Orange County-based automakers beat the national sales pace for new vehicles in September, according to New Jersey-based market researcher Autodata Corp.
The S&P 500 was down 0.5% to 1,909.85.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Allergan PLC’s Juvéderm Ultra XC for lip augmentation in adults who are at least 21 years old.
Irvine-based Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc. has agreed to acquire Security California Bancorp in Riverside for about $119 million.
Newport Beach-based Alliant Insurance Services Inc. has named Ilene Anders as chief financial officer.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors is scheduled at its Oct. 6 meeting to vote on awarding a four-year contract for $101.8 million to Swinerton Builders in Irvine to refurbish and seismically retrofit buildings and terminals at John Wayne Airport.
Major indices were up strongly in midday trading in a cautious signal that the market’s recent decline had bottomed out.
Unisplendour Corp. Ltd. will invest about $3.8 billion in Western Digital Corp., taking a 15% stake in the Irvine-based storage products maker.A Beijing-based company will invest about $3.8 billion in Western Digital Corp., taking a 15% stake in the Irvine-based storage products maker.
Ten members of the Business Journal’s annual OC’s Wealthiest list made the recent Forbes 400 list, which ranks the wealthiest Americans by estimated net worth.
The former Fisker Automotive and Technology Group is now Karma Automotive.
Children’s Hospital of Orange County will receive $17.7 million in a four-year grant from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The S&P 500 was up 0.4% to 1,888.18.
TTM Technologies Inc. will shutter three manufacturing plants and lay off 550 workers as part of a global integration plan following its $927 million June acquisition of Viasystems Group Inc., the Costa Mesa-based printed circuit maker announced today.
Chapman University President Jim Doti will step down from his post on August 31, 2016, and return to teaching.
Irvine-based Sabra Health Care REIT Inc. said today it bought nine senior housing facilities in Illinois, Oregon and Washington in two deals totaling $84.7 million.
John Wayne Airport saw some 937,000 passengers in August and is on track to top 10 million total for the year.
Laguna Beach-based startup NextVR will stream the Democratic presidential debate next month in Las Vegas on CNN, adding to its list of firsts in the developing virtual reality segment.
Irvine-based Masimo Corp. said today it will donate $5 million worth of its patient monitoring devices to Jordanian hospitals to assist them in providing healthcare to more than 1 million Syrian and Iraqi refugees.
Lake Forest-based Del Taco Restaurants Inc. said three franchisees will open 27 locations in central California. The company didn’t give a time frame for the expansion.
John Wayne Airport spokesperson Jenny Wedge plans to take a similar role at destination marketer Newport Beach & Co.
Orange County Business Bank has agreed to sell to HomeStreet Inc. for $55.3 million.