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Lisa Kirtman will be the new dean of Cal State University-Fullerton’s College of Education, effective August 16.
Fullerton-based Dr. Smoothie Brands has been acquired on undisclosed terms by Bevolution Group in Chicago.
Office Solutions Business Products & Services LLC in Yorba Linda acquired on undisclosed terms the business services division of Irvine-based Newport Stationers.
The city of Long Beach named Jesus “Jess” Romo its airport director, effective Sept. 6.
Haynes and Boone in Costa Mesa has established an insurance recovery practice group with a new team led by Partner David Bender, Jr.
Lake Forest-based restaurant franchisor Johnny Rockets Group Inc. named John Maguire president and chief executive officer.
Orange County opened more new hotel rooms in the first six months of 2016 than any county in California but its future pace will give way to other areas, according to a recent report.
Fountain Valley-based MemorialCare Health System appointed a pair of financial executives for its Orange County hospitals.
Visit Dana Point named Sean Keliiholokai executive director, effective in mid-August.
Taco Bell Chief Executive Brian Niccol has joined the board of directors at Harley-Davidson Inc., the maker of motorcycles in Milwaukee, Wis.
Orange County’s unemployment rate was up to 4.4% in June from a revised 3.6% in May, much of the increase caused by 0.8% growth in the local labor force to 1.61 million.
Costa Mesa-based investment adviser New Market Wealth Management has a new equity owner in Cliffwater LLC, an investment adviser in Los Angeles.
Ingram Micro Inc.’s pending $6 billion sale to Chinese conglomerate Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co. Ltd. has run into its first hurdle that could ultimately derail the deal.
Fullerton-based Marshall B. Ketchum University’s College of Pharmacy received precandidate status from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, authorizing the college’s first doctoral students to start in the fall.
Oculus Architecture LTD has moved its headquarters to Costa Mesa from the Chicago suburb of Hickory Hills.