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Eric Spangenberg must be feeling plenty flattered over the recruiting job done by UCI to land him as dean for its Paul Merage School of Business.
Banc of California in Irvine acquired RenovationReady in Greenwood Village, Colo. on undisclosed terms. RenovationReady provides home-renovation lending services. Its president and co-founder, Jim Fraser, will join the bank as senior vice president and director of construction and renovation lending.
Latest in String of Efforts To Kill 2.3% Revenue Tax
A longtime effort to repeal a federal tax on medical device makers’ revenue is bubbling up again.
Number of Deals Down 11% in U.S.; Total Value Up
The pace of merger-and-acquisition activity by Orange County businesses rose by about 3% in 2013, capping the year at 310 deals.
Technology4Medicine LLC in San Clemente and Los Angeles-based private equity firm Gores Group have acquired Fotona d.d, a medical laser maker in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Irvine-based Smile Brands Group Inc. has appointed Dan Wechsler as its president and chief executive.
Jay Burress had a lot of good news to go over on his first full year as president and CEO of the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau.
HEALTHCARE: Irvine skincare line at $20M, 55 workers
Irvine-based ZO Skin Health Inc. wants to redirect women from the cosmetic counter to their doctor’s office.
Garth Hogan, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s executive managing director of Global Healthcare Services;
Chase Bank is laying off 168 employees from its mortgage operations in Irvine by early March.
Will Work With Voyant on Possible New Drugs
Irvine-based Allergan Inc. is adding to its programs for potentially treating age-related macular degeneration.
Shares of Irvine-based Endologix Inc. plunged today after it provided full-year financial guidance below Wall Street expectations.
HEALTHCARE: Promotions, new hires reflect reform’s effects
MemorialCare Health System is remaking its front office with an eye on healthcare reform.
A bankruptcy judge approved Wanxiang America Corp.’s $149.2 million bid for the sale of Costa Mesa-based Fisker Automotive Inc. The offer by Wanxiang, part of China-based auto parts company Wanxiang Group Corp., beat Fisker’s senior secured lender, Hybrid Tech Holdings LLC, in the auction. Hybrid Tech is affiliated with Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li.