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Laguna Hills Nonprofit Taps Business on Mission to Heal
U.S. Marine Sgt. Chris Merkle was one of 20 infantrymen crowded into the back of an unarmored 7-ton truck as it sped along an unmarked dirt road one moonless night headed toward Baghdad.
HEALTHCARE: Drugmaker still mum on ID of latest suitor
Investors seem to be warming to the possibility of a combination of Irvine-based Allergan Inc. and “white knight” Actavis PLC.
Changes Precede Nearly Doubling Workforce
Medtronic Inc., which has about 700 employees in Orange County, recently detailed a management team and restructured its business segments in the run-up to its proposed $42.9 billion buy of fellow device maker Covidien PLC, which has 670 local workers.
Irvine-based drug maker Allergan Inc. is in active talks with New Jersey-based Actavis PLC about a deal, sources familiar with the situation told Bloomberg today.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. in Quebec and Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P. in New York, can vote their shares of Allergan Inc. at the Dec. 18 shareholder meeting of the Irvine-based drug maker, according to a ruling issued today.
A regulatory filing by Irvine-based Allergan Inc. today confirmed that is has been approached by another company about a potential transaction.
HEALTHCARE: Sticks with candidates in face of critique
Expect the fight over Irvine-based Allergan Inc. to turn toward the drugmaker’s board room.
REAL ESTATE: Deal for 8-story office largest so far this year
An eight-story building near Anaheim’s City Hall that previously served as the local operations hub for AT&T Inc. has been leased to a growing integrated-care medical group affiliated with Orange-based hospital operator St. Joseph Health System.
Big Revenue Gains Precede Big Pharma Deal
The company that topped the Business Journal’s 2014 list of the fastest-growing large public companies based in Orange County has already taken itself out of the running for next year’s title.
Cryoport Gets Goods There Cold, Grows Revenue by Nearly 400%
Cryoport Inc.’s chilly business is fueling red-hot sales growth.
Sometimes the uninitiated are right even when they’re wrong about Orange County.
Tenet Healthcare Corp. named Audrey Gregory the new chief executive of Placentia-Linda Hospital.
Most of Software Maker’s Growth Through Mirth
Irvine-based healthcare software maker Quality Systems Inc. is showing “marked improvement across all fronts of the organization,” according to Chief Executive Steve Plochocki.
Aims to Distinguish Firm From Rivals in Industry
Toshiba America Medical Systems has launched an advertising campaign that aims to position the Irvine-based diagnostic imaging company as one that “adapts to and understands its customers’ business,” according to Nancy Gillen, its vice president of marketing.