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University of California-Irvine School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky has received the 2014 Bernard E. Witkin Medal, the school said.
The Courtyard by Marriott Anaheim at Disneyland Resort will be managed by Crestline Hotels & Resorts LLC in Fairfax, Va.
Pacific Premier Bank in Irvine said it became the official business bank of the Anaheim Ducks professional hockey team and Honda Center in Anaheim.
John Wayne Airport served slightly fewer passengers in August compared to the same period last year on fewer commercial flights.
Irvine-based WaterHealth International Inc. has raised $10 million in venture funding from a private equity firm in New York that targets infrastructure projects in developing nations.
Aliso Viejo-based hamburger chain Johnny Rockets Inc. said it plans to open four or five new restaurants in South America by the end of the year and another seven in 2015, adding to the 13 it has there now.
Veteran Orange County medical device executive James V. Mazzo was added to a federal grand jury indictment on insider trading charges, the Department of Justice said today.
Lake Forest-based Del Taco LLC said it will open 28 new locations in the Southeast United States.
Orange County’s unemployment rate dipped to 5.4% in August despite a decrease of 1,900 jobs over the month.
An offshoot group of the Occupy Wall Street movement paid off $3.86 million in loans owed by 2,761 students of a Corinthian Colleges Inc. school, according to reports.
Irvine-based Montage Hotels & Resorts named Rick Riess managing director of its coastal Orange County flagship resort Montage Laguna Beach.
Autobytel Inc.’s board of directors has approved an additional $1 million common stock repurchase program, increasing the total planned amount to $3 million.
BSH Home Appliances Corp. selected ELA Advertising as its strategic, creative agency-of-record for its Thermador brand cookware.
Costa Mesa-based Casanova Pendrill lost the Latino-American portion of the Miller Lite advertising business.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today sued Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges, Inc. and alleged it engaged in “illegal predatory lending.”