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Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. acquired a Minnesota Internet technology provider to bolster its professional services offerings for its network of global resellers.
Santa Ana-based Meritus Payment Solutions agreed to be acquired for $210 million by Optimal Payments PLC, an online payment services provider with headquarters in London.
Aims to Depict Others As Unreliable Credit Managers
Experian PLC in Costa Mesa is trying to set itself apart from the competition with its new 30-second TV ads featuring two rogue computers—the fictional Karmarama 2000 and Jacktronic VI.
The vacancy rate in the Orange County manufacturing and warehouse sector steadily decreased over the past 12 months from 2.8% to 2.5% at the end of the first quarter.
Cindy Galardi Culpepper, the chief executive office of Irvine-based restaurant operator Galardi Group Inc., has been has been named to the board of the Literacy Project.
Corinthian Colleges Inc. will get more time to strike a deal with the U.S. Department of Education on plans to wind down or sell schools and programs.
Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro Inc. has acquired a Minnesota Internet technology provider to bolster its professional services offerings for its network of global resellers. Financial details of the buy were undisclosed.
Santa Ana-based Meritus Payment Solutions has agreed to be acquired for $210 million by Optimal Payments PLC, an online payment services provider with headquarters in London.
Irvine-based Stanbridge College will start an associate of science in nursing program in October.
MARKETING: Fresh logo, campaign reflect push on higher-margin services
Ingram Micro Inc. has launched its largest global branding initiative to date, a “natural next step” for the company as it “evolves from a distribution powerhouse to the world leader in technology and supply chain services,” according to Chief Executive Alain Monie.
DINING: Modest growth plan follows sales gains, renovations
El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. hopes the second time is a charm on its plans to go public.
Traditional, Progressive Eateries Serve Up Magia
This is the first time I have rounded up a group of Mexican or Latin-themed restaurants for Fifi’s Best. There are lists of the Best Tacos, the Best Margaritas, the Best Mexican Restaurants, and more in so many publications and online. I’m taking another avenue.
EDUCATION: School operator on brink, seeks deals with feds
Corinthian Colleges Inc. is expected to sell campuses and cut programs under an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education—a deal that could be the beginning of the end for the for-profit school operator.
DINING: Biggest based here top $14 billion in sales
Orange County’s 30 largest restaurant chains grew sales 3.4% to surpass $14 billion in systemwide sales last year, reflecting an industry trend of modest overall improvements as the economic recovery continues.
Nekter’s Chief Visionary Sees Expansion in Future
Alexis Schulze has a confession to make. “I personally don’t love vegetables,” says the cofounder of Nekter Juice Bar Inc.