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We said to keep an eye on Irvine-based Taco Bell Corp. Chief Executive Greg Creed as he began overseeing the brand worldwide in January.
The Costa Mesa-based OC Fair & Events Center named Kathy Kramer its new Chief Executive.
A Superior Court judge in Los Angeles has granted the Los Angeles Times’ request for a “temporary protective order” against Santa Ana-based Freedom Communications Holdings Inc.’s flagship Orange County Register.
Costa Mesa-based El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. said today it closed on a new $200 million lending agreement that cuts its interest costs by about $7 million a year.
Stonegate Mortgage Corp. in Indianapolis said it plans to make more than 175 hires in Orange County for its recently created loan servicing subsidiary Stonegate Direct in Lake Forest.
Count British Columbia’s tourism agency as the latest enterprise to utilize the breakthrough virtual reality headset Oculus Rift developed by Irvine-based startup Oculus VR Inc.
Brandman University in Irvine said it will accept a limited number of credits from a Washington, D.C.-based online education nonprofit that doesn’t charge for its courses.
Alliant Insurance Services Inc. in Newport Beach has acquired the Camps Group, a New York-based brokerage firm that specializes in employee benefits services.
Irvine-based Brandman University plans to expand its presence at community colleges, the school said.
Irvine-based Yogurtland Franchising Inc. said a new franchisee in Thailand plans to open 15 stores there.
Boeing Co. will lay off 360 people in Southern California between Dec. 12 and Jan. 1, with about a third of the cuts in Huntington Beach, according to layoff notices posted by the California Employment Development Department.
Hyundai Motor America Inc. in Fountain Valley will recall 42, 925 vehicles with faulty brake lights, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Aliso Viejo-based Johnny Rockets Group Inc. said it and franchisees would save about $450,000 a year systemwide with new back-office operations software the retro burger chain developed in-house for $25,000.
Kylie Schuyler decided to create a mentoring program for girls in grades five through eight in which accomplished college-age women would serve as mentors.
Plenty of Business Backers for Santa Ana School’s Focus on Arts, Academics, Dual Immersion
The idea of charter schools was little-known concept in Orange County in 1999, recalls Susan Mas.