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Hyundai Motor America said it will pay a $17.4 million civil penalty and comply with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s oversight requirements for failing to report in a timely manner a braking system defect that affected Hyundai Genesis vehicle model years 2009 to 2012.August 8, 2014 10 a.m. Share
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said today that it halted trading in Anaheim-based Wholehealth Products Inc. and three other penny stock companies that “claim to be developing products and services in response to the Ebola [virus] outbreak.”
Henrik Fisker is expected to announce plans for a new muscle car with a body made of carbon fiber during an appearance at the Los Angeles Auto Show today.
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s latest World of Warcraft expansion has sold more than 3.3 million copies in its first 24 hours on the market.
Professional surfer Kelly Slater will endorse surf product for Costa Mesa-based Volcom Inc. and Electric Visuals in San Clemente.
Hyundai Motor America Inc.'s new headquarters won honors from the local chapter of a global real estate trade group.
Irvine-based chipmaker Broadcom Corp. made its long-rumored move to the Great Park Neighborhoods official, agreeing to buy land to design and build a new 1.1 million square foot corporate headquarters, the company said.
Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. in Cypress appointed Dan Booth president of its financing arm, Mitsubishi Motors Credit of America Inc.
Irvine-based drug maker Allergan Inc. is in advanced negotiations with potential “white knight” suitor Actavis PLC, according to a Bloomberg report.
Aliso Viejo-based device maker OrthAlign Inc. completed a $15 million round of funding. The company makes devices used in orthopedic procedures.
Too Faced Cosmetics LLC in Irvine “is exploring a sale that could value it at several hundred millions of dollars,” according to Reuters.
San Clemente-based ICU Medical Inc.’s stock shot up today after it forecast stronger financial results for the full year.
John Wayne Airport’s largest airline has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to add service to Puerto Vallarta beginning June 7, 2015.
China-Based 361° Aims for U.S. Share From Irvine HQ
361° International Ltd.’s recent arrival to the U.S. market is another step toward the China-based footwear and apparel company’s ultimate goal: becoming a top five global sports brand in a short period of time.
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.
James Toth was living with his parents and working odd jobs for cash that offered little security and no future.