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Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges said it has caught up on rent payments for its headquarters at the Hutton Centre near the Costa Mesa (55) Freeway in Santa Ana.
University of California Irvine computer science professor Scott Jordan has been named the chief technology officer of the Federal Communications Commission.
Beacon Resources LLC in Newport Beach has been acquired by Woodland Hills-based professional services firm DLC.
Alta Resources, a Neenah, Wis.-based business process outsourcing company, is planning to hire some 700 workers for its Brea facility.
Wienerschnitzel is offering $1 million as the grand prize in its latest “Cash in on a Corn Dog” sweepstakes.
John Wayne Airport said passenger traffic rose slightly in July 2014 compared to the same period last year.
Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. said it would sell some assets to raise money to fund the winding down of its operations but that federal regulators had blocked a second deal.
Santa Ana-based Greenwood Hall Inc. said it received $8 million in debt and equity financing to “recapitalize” the company.
The Irvine Company’s retail properties, Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum Center and the Market Place, plan to launch Style Week Orange County on Sept. 10, packed with “fashion shows, shopping parties and trend presentations to celebrate the best in O.C. style.”
Centers Turn to Clusters of Restaurants as Drawing Cards
Developers and owners of Orange County’s retail centers are increasingly going small and thinking with their stomachs to attract customers.
Food Hall Latest Twist for East End
The developer who’s driving downtown Santa Ana’s makeover is doubling down on dining.
TECHNOLOGY: Free game on pace to bring in $100M in 1st year
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s first foray into free-to-play video games is turning into a big moneymaker.
Last week had some wags wondering if Allergan CEO David Pyott might be forced into an error by spending too much on an acquisition in hopes of putting the Irvine-based drug maker out of reach of hostile pursuers Valeant Pharmaceuticals and New York hedge funder Bill Ackman.
MARKETING: Works on par with Goodby on $20M effort
Grupo Gallegos has crossed over the demographic divide to work hand in hand with one of the best-known agencies in advertising on the California Milk Processor Board’s new $20 million ad campaign.
Combine for 1% Increase To About 3 Million Residents
Orange County cities continued growing last year, combining for a net 1% increase in population to about 3 million.