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How Shipping Containers, ‘Surf and Turf’ Work for Brand
It would be hard to match the design of Oakley Inc.’s eerie, fortress-like headquarters atop a hill in Foothill Ranch—a building that merits its One Icon address.
TravisMathew Expands Image With Retail Entry
Apparel maker TravisMathew LLC carved space for itself in a niche segment of the sportswear market, first aiming at golfers, and now it sees retail as the next test of consumer appetite for the high-end brand to assert itself as a well-rounded lifestyle label.
HEALTHCARE: Sees benefit in Illinois company’s size
An Irvine design and engineering firm that develops products for medical device and biotech companies has been sold to a larger competitor.
HEALTHCARE: Lombard’s US operations in Irvine
A British medical device maker that has its U.S. headquarters in Irvine is seeking its fortune in the U.S.
The head of Irvine-based Kia Motors America Inc. and the company’s manufacturing arm in Georgia has been promoted.
Members of the Orange County business community celebrated five winners of the Business Journal’s 13th Annual Excellence in Entrepreneurship Awards last week.
Irvine-based Motorcycle Industry Council hired Erik Pritchard as its general counsel. The appointment was effective immediately and fills a spot left open by the departure of Paul Vitrano, who recently joined snowmobile and ATV maker Polaris Industries as vice president for global government relations.
Orange County auto dealers sold 11,594 new vehicles in February, a 7.8% increase from a year earlier.
Irvine-based Motorcycle Industry Council said it hired Erik Pritchard to be the organization's general counsel.
The head of Irvine-based Kia Motors America Inc. and the company's manufacturing arm in Georgia has been promoted.
APPAREL: Shoemaker takes wider view on lineup, retail
Sanuk got the comfort thing down 17 years ago with its Fur Real sandal, constructed of indoor-outdoor carpet.
TECHNOLOGY: Software option part of automaker’s OnStar system
A deal to equip General Motors’ commercial vehicles with software that links operation centers with far-flung fleets is the latest harbinger of potential that led backers last year to invest $93 million in Telogis Inc.’s initial funding round.
AUTOS: Seeks halo effect for whole lineup with new model
Kia Motors America Inc. sees 2014 as the year of the luxury sedan—and the time to push up market perceptions of its brand.
A bankruptcy judge in Chicago approved the sale of most of the assets of Santa Ana-based Edison Mission Energy, a unit of Edison International, the Rosemead-based parent of Southern California Edison.
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America Inc. plans to consolidate its regional operations in Huntington Beach.