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There are more than 5,000 businesses in the city of Orange, and they collectively employ roughly 71,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
ENERGY: Move from Seal Beach to 70,000-SF headquarters set
Clean Energy Fuels will move its headquarters to Newport Beach
REAL ESTATE: Shutdown set as new Pimco HQ nears finish
Irvine Company gets ready for opening of the first of two office towers in Newport Center
REAL ESTATE: Yet to set number of shares; eyes NYSE
William Lyon Homes last week filed paperwork to raise $200 million in an initial public offering.
SPORTS: Training center plan draws competition from Fairplex
Los Alamitos Race Course is no longer the front-runner to house thoroughbred training grounds and racing.
Spurt in Laguna Beach Best of Year So Far
Four luxury homes sold in Laguna Beach in a recent seven-day span, giving the 92651 zip code its best week of the year so far.
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
REAL ESTATE WATCH: THE MID-COUNTIES MARKET
Mid-counties industrial shows signs of rebound. Includes Real Estate Watch industry performance charts.
Kulicke & Soffa to Irvine Corporate Center
Kulicke & Soffa Industries is moving its West Coast operations from Irvine to Santa Ana, in Real Estate
Sales and leases of offices, industrial buildings, retail space and apartments
There are roughly 7,900 businesses in Irvine, and they collectively employ about 182,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Newport Beach-based William Lyon Homes is looking to raise as much as $200 million in an initial public offering.
How Homebuilder Plans to “Hit for Average”
SPECIAL ISSUE: PUBLIC COMPANIES - TRI Pointe plans to “hit for average”
REAL ESTATE: Data center, 7 bldgs on 32.7 acres in San Jose
KBS spends $315 million in Silicon Valley, Austin
Where 10 Publicly Traded Firms Went
SPECIAL ISSUE: PUBLIC COMPANIES - Business Journal’s list of the biggest OC-based public companies is missing 10 entries from a year ago