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JetSuiteX Adds Santa Monica

JetSuiteX in Irvine plans in February to begin offering public charter flights from Santa Monica Airport.

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Genetics Nonprofit Grows Board

Global Genes in Aliso Viejo expanded its board from eight members to 11 with the additions of Wendy White, Natalie Douglas, and Nauman Shah.

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Galardi Gets Senior Slot

Wienerschnitzel in Irvine named J.R. Galardi executive vice president of the fast food hot dog chain.

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Taco Bell to Grow in Spain

Taco Bell Corp. in Irvine plans to more than double its restaurants in Spain with 45 new units in three to five years through its franchisee Casual Brands Group in Madrid.

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Center for Korean Studies Opens

The University of California-Irvine opened a Center for Critical Korean Studies with a grant of about $850,000 from the Academy of Korean Studies in Seongnam, South Korea.

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Sports Anaheim Signs Three Deals

Sports Anaheim today said it signed deals with three national sports governing bodies to host events for them. Two of the groups will maintain a presence in or move to Anaheim; the third is already based in Orange County.

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Engineering Firm Acquired

CivilSource, Inc. in Irvine has been bought by NV5 Global Inc. in Hollywood, Fla., for an undisclosed cash price.

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CKE Chief to Head Labor Dept.

Andrew Puzder, chief executive of CKE Restaurant Holdings Inc., is expected to be nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to lead the Labor Department, news reports said.

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Blizzard Branches into Books

Blizzard Entertainment Inc. in Irvine launched a book-publishing label, Blizzard Publishing, which will develop and release new and out-of-print titles related to the company’s “Warcraft,” “StarCraft” and “Diablo” games, both directly and through ongoing global partnerships.

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15-Story Hotel Tower OK’d

Costa Mesa’s Avenue of the Arts Hotel is set for a 63% expansion in room count following city planning commission approval on Nov. 28 of a new, 15-story tower adjacent to the existing property.

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Rancho Santiago Center Gets Grant

The Rancho Santiago Community College District Foundation’s Orange County Small Business Development Center received a $150,000 grant from the MUFG Union Bank Foundation.

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Film School Benefactor Dies

Larry Dodge, one of the namesakes of Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, died Thursday.

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Ingram Sale Gets China Nod

Ingram Micro Inc.’s $6 billion pending sale to Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. has gained a key regulatory approval in China.

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Anaheim Welcomes ‘Show of Shows’

Orange County hosts the ‘show of shows’ next week at Anaheim Convention Center with a trade event expected to produce about 4,000 room nights over its three-day run.

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CareTrust in $96M Texas Buy

CareTrust REIT in San Clemente bought four skilled nursing properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth market for about $96 million and signed a new tenant to run them.