Visit Anaheim said 24.2 million visited the city it promotes in 2017, a 5.1% increase over 2016, according to data gathered and analyzed by CIC Research Inc. in San Diego.
Infinity Bank opened on Feb. 1 in Santa Ana, the first new bank in a year in Orange County.
JetBlue Airways Corp. plans to contest $264,000 in fines levied against it between April and November for violating the Long Beach Airport curfew, news reports said.
OC hotels sold at a slightly lower rate for a markedly lower dollar volume last year—but results were affected by the lack of a trophy property sale in 2017, a survey by broker-consultant Atlas Hospitality Group in Irvine shows.
A California federal judge this week gave preliminary approval for Allianz Asset Management of America LP to pay $12 million to settle allegations it didn’t adequately provide alternatives to its employees for their retirement plans.
Yum Brands Inc. in Louisville, owner of Irvine-based Taco Bell, will buy 3% of GrubHub Inc. in Chicago for $200 million.
An affiliate of CW Capital Asset Management LLC bought the Portofino Inn & Suites for $26 million, its second such deal in the last few years for the bad debt of a Disneyland Resort-area hotel.
University of California-Irvine accepted the resignation of Howard Federoff, vice chancellor of health affairs and chief executive of UCI Health System.
Walt Disney Co.’s parks and resorts unit, which includes Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, reported double-digit increases in revenue and operating income which pushed the Burbank entertainment giant’s shares up 2% after-hours to a $160 billion market cap.
Santa Ana-based Allied Universal, the biggest private security force in North America with over 150,000 employees, bought Covenant Security Services Ltd., a unit of Covenant Services Worldwide, on undisclosed terms.
Arbonne International LLC in Irvine and a sister company, Nature’s Gate, will be bought by Groupe Rocher on undisclosed terms.
Irvine-based fintech firm AutoGravity, which provides auto financing through smartphones, signed up another automaker: Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC).
A Kimpton and a Le Meridien are two of the three hotels coming to a 5-acre site, next to a Target store and across Harbor Blvd. from the Hyatt Regency Orange County, in Garden Grove.
The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) promoted Michael Colglazier, its current Disneyland Resort chief, to head of its Asia parks, effective March 5.
KonaRed Corp. in San Clemente will work with L.A. Libations in El Segundo to expand its line of cold brew coffee and other products.