Southwest Airlines will see a second year of passenger cuts at John Wayne Airport if county supervisors approve the airport's 2018 seat allocation request Tuesday.
The Braille Institute broke ground today on a $10 million center that’s expected to open next fall at 527 N. Dale Ave. in Anaheim.
First Foundation Inc. (Nasdaq: FFWM), an Irvine-based bank and wealth manager, promoted Lindsay Lawrence to a new position of chief operating officer of its banking unit.
Venture capital investments in Orange County declined to $178 million in the third quarter, the lowest amount since the first quarter of 2016, according to the VentureSource report from Dow Jones.
The South Orange County Community College District said Debra Fitzsimons, interim chancellor, will retire on December 30.
Worried you may not like your new ride the minute you park it in the garage? No problem, Hyundai Motor America Inc. will take it back within three days of purchase.
Irvine-based Ubiquity, Inc. said Robert Fernander has been appointed chairman of its board of directors.
Irvine-based ChromaDex Corp., a maker of ingredients for dietary supplements, hired Kevin Farr as its new chief financial officer, effective immediately.
Autobytel Inc. in Irvine changed its name to AutoWeb Inc. and its Nasdaq stock ticker symbol to “AUTO.”
Smead Manufacturing Co. Inc. bought U Brands LLC on undisclosed terms.
Anniversaries are good for giving. On the silver anniversary of South Coast Plaza’s Harvesters Fashion Show in the golden-anniversary year of the mall, the show took in more than $1 million.
Concordia University Irvine President Kurt Krueger will step down on June 30 at the end of the 2017-18 academic year.
Irvine-based Alorica Inc., the world’s third-largest provider of customer service solutions and the largest in the U.S., announced the appointment of Cindy Fiorillo as chief financial officer, replacing James Molloy.
St. Paul, Minn.-based EnteroMedics Inc. acquired ReShape Medical Inc. in San Clemente for $61 million cash and stock.
Allergan PLC received Food and Drug Administration approval to use Botox to temporarily reduce moderate to severe forehead lines.