OC BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

Toshiba, Western Dig Reach Deal

Toshiba Corp., its memory unit and San Jose-based Western Digital Corp. have struck an agreement to resolve several legal and arbitration disputes that stalled the $18 billion proposed sale of Toshiba Memory Co.’s flash storage business.

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Girl Scouts OC Name CEO

Girl Scouts of Orange County said Victoria “Vikki” Shepp will be chief executive, effective Jan. 1, replacing Nancy Nygren, who is retiring after 12 years at the helm of the Irvine-based group.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 climbed 0.3% in midday trading to 2,667.93.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.2% in midday trading to 2,657.95.

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Providence St. Joe Might Merge

Providence St. Joseph Health and Ascension Health are discussing a merger that would create the largest hospital system in the U.S., news reports said.

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Fifth Third Hires Yurosek

Joseph Yurosek, Comerica Bank’s market president for the Orange County region, has been named California Market President for Fifth Third Bancorp.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.5% in midday trading to 2,650.84.

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Island Hotel Changes Name

Island Hotel changed its name to Fashion Island Hotel.

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New CEO for Nonprofit Housing Group

American Family Housing in Midway City named Milo Peinemann chief executive, replacing Donna Gallup, who left the post in October after three years at the helm of the non-profit.

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Broadcom Beats and Boosts

Singapore-based Broadcom Ltd., which operates a major hub in Irvine, closed the books on its fiscal year with sizeable gains in revenue and net income.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.3% in midday trading to 2,637.61.

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Hyatt Regency Near JWA on the Way

The former Radisson Hotel Newport Beach is being renovated and will be reflagged as a Hyatt Regency in early 2018.

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OC Sports Marketer, Ex-Pro Moon Named in Suit

One of Orange County’s most recognized marketing firms is at the center of a sexual harassment lawsuit.

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Chapman: Tax Reform to Boost Economy

The U.S. economy will slow to a 2.2% increase in 2018 from an estimated 2.3% this year, according to the newest forecast from Chapman University’s A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research.

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Core Capital, Brighton in SD Hotel Deal

Brighton Management bought the 150-room Hyatt Place in Vista from Core Capital Management LLC for $27 million.

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Kianis Get ADL Award

Joe and Sarah Kiani got the Anti-Defamation League’s Humanitarian Award at a dinner and program Tuesday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

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Edwards Pays $100M for Mitral Device Maker

Edwards Lifesciences Corp. in Irvine bought Harpoon Medical Inc. in Baltimore on Dec. 1 for $100 million; milestone payments over the next decade could bring the total price to $250 million.

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MVE Promotes McLarand

MVE & Partners Inc., the fourth-largest architecture firm in Orange County, announced that President Rick Emsiek will step down as president and be replaced by Matthew McLarand, son of legendary founder Carl McLarand.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was down 0.1% in midday trading to 2,628.65.

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McKay & Carnahan Sold

Cleveland-based CBIZ, Inc. (NYSE: CBZ), the No. 10 U.S. accounting firm, bought McKay & Carnahan Inc. of Newport Beach on undisclosed terms.

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SEC Charges Accountancy

The Securities and Exchange Commission is accusing Anton & Chia LLP, a Newport Beach accounting firm listed as the 26th biggest in Orange County, with fraudulent auditing of penny stocks.

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CSUF Names Provost

California State University-Fullerton said Kari Knutson Miller will be provost and vice president of academic affairs beginning January 1, replacing Anil Puri, who had held the roles on an interim basis for 18 months.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 rose 0.1% in midday trading to 2,641.82

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Galardi Group Gets President

Galardi Group Inc. appointed J.R. Galardi president, replacing Dennis Tase who retired in May 2016.

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TTM in $775M Deal for NY Manufacturer

TTM Technologies Inc. has agreed to pay $775 million to affiliates of New York private equity firm Veritas Capital for East Syracuse-based Anaren Inc.

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