Sabra Health Care REIT Inc. shareholders voted to approve a proposal to issue common stock related to a pending $7.4 billion merger with Care Capital Properties Inc., a transaction scheduled to close tomorrow.
Johnny Rockets Group Inc. in Lake Forest appears to have snagged a new president who was named to the same position at Pieology Pizzeria in Rancho Santa Margarita in May.
Evolution Hospitality in San Clemente and Argosy Real Estate Partners in Wayne, Pa., sold the 216-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel LAX in El Segundo for about $54.1 million, sales records show.
Pielogy Pizzeria in Rancho Santa Margarita said an area developer will open two locations in Mexico City by year-end in the city’s Polanco and San Jose de Insurgentes Sur neighborhoods, the first of 47 locations in the country.
University of California-Irvine researchers received more than $378 million in grants and contract funding for fiscal 2016-17, the second-highest total in campus history, UCI said.
An Ayres Hotel is part of a development breaking ground tomorrow in Chula Vista.
The 200,000-square-foot Anaheim Convention Center expansion has driven official notice by its biggest client that it, too, is in growth mode.
16 OC hotels sold for more $372 million in the first six months of the year—an average of $23.3 million and 201% higher by dollar volume than in the same period last year.
Del Taco Restaurants Inc. in Lake Forest named Barry Westrum chief marketing officer.
LPA Inc., the largest architectural firm in Orange County, named Wendy Rogers as chief executive officer, succeeding Robert Kupper who was CEO for 30 years.
Walt Disney Co.’s Parks and Resorts Segment had $1.2 billion in operating income on revenue of $4.9 billion in the Burbank-based entertainment company’s most recent quarter, growth of 18% and 12%, respectively.
Visit Anaheim said 2.4 million people visited the city in May and spent $710 million countywide.
Long Beach Airport’s passenger count was up 47% in the first six months of this year—to 1.8 million fliers, from 1.3 million in the same period last year.
RETAIL: Printer consolidating operations to improve efficiencies
Primary Color Systems Corp. plans to move its operations to Cypress—to the office and warehouse complex that Vans Inc. called home for a decade before moving to Costa Mesa this summer.
GOVERNMENT: Co-owns Mission Inn; couple GOP donors
It’s a time-honored government tradition—patronage has its privileges, as does friendship and policy kinship.