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FantasyAces Delays College Exit

Orange County’s lone daily fantasy sports operator doesn’t plan to follow the segment’s leaders in immediately closing contests involving college sports.

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Double Digit Growth at JWA

John Wayne Airport passenger traffic in February grew 12% to 793,553 compared with the same month last year, after January’s passenger traffic grew 10% year-over-year.

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Southwest to Fly Long Beach to Oakland

Southwest Airlines will fly from from Long Beach Airport to Oakland International Airport starting June 5.

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UCI to Start E-Sports Program

University of California-Irvine will launch an e-sports program this fall with a new arena equipped with high-end gaming PCs, a staging area for League of Legends competitions and a live webcasting studio at the Student Center.

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Mazzo Asks Judge for Stay in Case

Longtime Orange County medical device executive James V. Mazzo has asked a judge for a stay in his federal insider trading case, according to court papers.

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eBay Buys Irvine Auto Marketer

Cargigi Inc. in Irvine was acquired by eBay Inc. on undisclosed terms.

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Broadcom Sues SpaceX

Broadcom Ltd. said in a lawsuit that Space Exploration Technologies Corporation—SpaceX—recruited engineers away from the chip maker after soliciting Broadcom's services and then declining to work with them.

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St. Regis to Drop Flag June 1

St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point will drop its “flag” and change its name to Monarch Beach Resort on June 1.

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UCI Gets $8M to Create Vaccine

A University of California-Irvine scientific team has received $8 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to help develop a vaccine for Q fever, a highly infectious agent common among livestock.

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Irvine Ad Tech Firm to Culver City

Adaptive Medias Inc. in Irvine said it plans to combine with AdSupply Inc. and move its headquarters to Culver City.

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Corinthian Ordered to Pay $1.1 Billion

Bankrupt Corinthian Colleges Inc., based in Santa Ana, was ordered to pay $820 million in restitution to its former students, plus civil penalties of more than $350 million, in a judgment handed down Wednesday.

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SA College President to Retire

Santa Ana College President Erlinda Martinez has announced plans to retire at the end of June after 11 years at the helm.

He Felt Your Pain

Proove Helps Docs Manage Patients’ Discomfort

Brian Meshkin sought a way to help doctors make better decisions in the specialty of pain management, acting on the desire in 2009 when he created Irvine-based Proove Biosciences Inc.

Experian Offers New Experience

Seeks to Change Reputation From Credit Judge to Consumer Ally

No one wants to be seen as the bearer of bad news, even if it’s part of their job description. Experian plc, one of three major credit reporting agencies, is no exception.

Greenlaw Plans Rentals, Hotel Near Outlets Mall

REAL ESTATE: For-sale project in IBC also on developer’s agenda

Real estate investor and developer Greenlaw Partners is pushing ahead with plans to build more than 900 apartments and for-sale homes and a hotel in separate projects on land it owns in Orange and Irvine.