University of California-Irvine said today that Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker Microsemi Corp. donated $1.5 million to the university.
Montage International in Irvine named Brian Karaba executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Chapman University said today Matthew Hanson will replace Shan Steinmark as director of its entrepreneurship center, the Ralph W. Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics.
Newport Beach-based Real Office Centers (ROC) has now voluntarily terminated its lease at three of its remaining four OC locations, according to its landlord, the Irvine Co.
Jimboy’s Tacos plans three locations in OC—Huntington Beach. Brea, and Costa Mesa—as part of a 20-unit franchise plan for Southern California.
News reports from Houston last month said Irvine-based In-N-Out Burger bought a parcel of land in Harris County for its first location in the city.
Newport Beach-based Real Office Centers (ROC) voluntarily terminated its lease at 23 Corporate Plaza in Newport Beach according to a notice its sub-leasees received Monday.
Allergan PLC received Korean Ministry of Food and Drug Safety approval for Belkyra, an injection that aims to reduce double chin by destroying fat cells under the chin.
Real Mex Restaurants Inc. in Cypress named Judd Tirnauer executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Former Automobile Club of Southern California Chief Executive Robert Bouttier says goodbye to the Auto Club’s members in his final column in the September issue of Westways.
Orange County Forum founding Executive Director Nancy Dooley will leave the group to focus on her consultancy.
Leaf Brands LLC in Newport Beach said it will bid for Switzerland-based Nestle SA’s U.S. candy business.
Stergios “Terry” Theologides, general counsel and secretary of CoreLogic Inc., will leave the Irvine-based real estate real estate data and research company next month.
Moss Adams LLP, the seventh-largest accounting firm in Orange County, said it will acquire Hein & Associates LLP to create a firm with $600 million in annual revenue.
The Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency obtained a lower rate on 40-year, $125 million bonds on high investor demand.