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Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 has promoted Tyler Beecher to chief executive.
A University of California-Irvine chemistry professor is an equity partner in Novonco Therapeutics Inc., a new company in Los Angeles founded to treat cancer patients.
Several local companies were honored for being the “best connected to their treasured customer base,” during the OC Trust Summit Thursday at California State University-Fullerton.
Garden Grove-based power plant owner and operator 808 Renewable Energy Corp. will begin trading Wednesday on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board.
Irvine-based Brandman University received $99,600 from the Ahmanson Foundation in Los Angeles to fund technology purchases to help disabled students.
Irvine-based restaurant chain and franchisor LYFE Kitchen received a minority investment from Carlisle Corp. and will move to that company’s Memphis, Tenn. headquarters, according to reports.
Incipio Technologies Inc. said it has signed a licensing agreement with fashion designer Kate Spade & Co. in New York.
Irvine-based ice cream shop Creamistry plans to franchise and expand its present single site at the Crossroads shopping center on Barranca Parkway.
Visit Laguna Beach has a new website.
Anaheim and Newport Beach were among the most-sought U.S. cities for events in the past year, according to a list released by a McLean, Va.-based online database of meetings venues.
The parent company of Irvine-based fast casual hamburger chain Habit Burger Grill is eyeing an initial public offering, according to reports.
Cypress-based Real Mex Restaurants Inc. said on Monday it named Laurie Lawhorne its new chief financial officer.
Chain Gets Past Downturn, Puts Corporate Vet in Kitchen
Wahoo’s Fish Taco wants to keep it casual for customers even as it tightens up the way the 61-restaurant chain goes about its business.
Despite Blips, OC Trading Partner Still Number One
Mexico City-based discount airline InterJet ceased flights out of John Wayne Airport on July 19.