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Irvine-based St. Joseph Health said today that longtime Chief Executive Deborah Proctor will retire from her post at the end of 2015.
Matthew Jenusaitis will step down as president and chief executive of Aliso Viejo-based Octane to join the University of California San Diego Healthcare System.
The Allergan name will remain the calling card of the company that will be formed after the Irvine-based drug maker’s estimated $69 billion acquisition by Dublin-based Actavis Plc.
San Clemente-based device maker ReShape Medical Inc. raised $6.75 million in debt financing, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Irvine patient monitor maker Masimo Corp. reported financial results after markets closed Tuesday that surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Don’t know if this is a case of imprecise phrasing or a clue worth considering when it comes to the fate of the 67-year-old Allergan brand.
HEALTHCARE: $22M for blindness prevention medicine
San Juan Capistrano-based startup Allegro Ophthalmic LLC is aiming to take on a major cause of blindness and has an enriched war chest to do it with.
Cites Continued Core Revenue Growth for Both
Executives of Washington, D.C.-based conglomerate Danaher Corp. highlighted a pair of its businesses with a significant Orange County presence when discussing the company’s 2014 performance.
Irvine-based drugmaker AtheroNova Inc.’s shares fell sharply today after it disclosed that it experienced “an event of default” on a $427,500 loan that triggered defaults on three others.
Actavis PLC will cut more jobs just over the county line in Corona, as it awaits the finalization of its buy of Irvine-based Allergan Inc., according to a state filing.
Irvine-based Edwards Lifesciences Corp. said today that it made a pair of changes to its board of directors.
Mission Viejo-based Ensign Group Inc. today reported an adjusted profit that matched Wall Street’s expectations.
REAL ESTATE: Eyes lifescience tenants for 884,000-SF project
A recently returned corporate citizen of Orange County has gotten started on one of the largest office developments under way in California—an 884,000-square-foot project that will mix a hotel and retail space into an office development intended for lifescience companies in the Bay Area.
Healthcare is more often being delivered outside of traditional hospital walls, a trend that has been driven to some degree by the Affordable Care Act, as well as by technological improvements. Orange County hospitals are no stranger to the shift. The Business Journal’s Vita Reed talked to several hospital executives to discuss outpatient offerings and their purposes. Edited excerpts of their answers follow.