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Orange County added 8,800 jobs in March to maintain a 4% unemployment rate.
Anaheim-based food maker Nellson Nutraceutical named Jamie Better its Chief Executive.
Johnny Rockets Restaurant Group plans to recast the retro burger chain for a changing customer base.
House of Blues Anaheim owner Live Nation Entertainment Inc. lists a May 31 closing date for the Downtown Disney venue in a filing with the California Employment Department.
Irvine-based CoreLogic Inc. said James Balas is its new Chief Financial Officer.
Chapman University will establish a School of Communication on June 1.
Chapman University professor of economics Esmael Adibi died from complications of a stroke Friday, April 8.
The National Science Foundation has awarded approximately $1 million to the University of California-Irvine for research to discern the best ways to support low-income students who want to major in physics and for scholarships for these students.
Golden State Foods bought the portions of two companies it has held controlling interests in since 2013.
Newport Beach–based accounting firm Anton & Chia LLP has acquired the U.S.-reporting clients of McCormack Su & Company in Vancouver, Canada.
Allergan PLC Chief Executive Brent Saunders said today that the drug maker will continue to seek “growth pharma” deals—including possible acquisitions that would complement its Irvine hub for Botox, ophthalmology and medical aesthetics—after the termination of its $160 billion mega-deal with Pfizer Inc.
Newport Beach-based Leaf Brands said it will expand distribution of its Hydrox cookies via Cincinnati-headquartered Kroger Co. supermarkets.
Huntington Beach-based insurer Confie has entered the Massachusetts market with the acquisition of Axiom Insurance Agency in Springfield.
Newport Beach-based Alliant Insurance Services has acquired Andre-Romberg Insurance Agency in Spokane, Wash.
Brandman University in Irvine has added a second “competency based education” online bachelor’s degree program—a bachelor of science in information technology.