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TOURISM: Set for several initiatives, ‘building together’
Efforts to raise Orange County’s profile as a tourist destination continued with a first-of-its-kind agreement recently struck between the local tourism industry’s two largest organizations.
HOSPITALITY: Plans to add 2 OC properties to roster this year
Anaheim-based hotel developer and manager BroughtonCompanies recently moved to new digs in the Platinum Triangle district of the city as it looks to re-enter the OC market.
Newport Beach-based hotel management company Rim Hospitality named Don Li chief operating officer of the company’s newly established Asia-Pacific division.
Members of the Orange County business community’s financial sector gathered Jan. 28 to laud five winners of the Business Journal’s Seventh Annual CFO of the Year Awards.
PHILANTHROPY Column by Kim Haman
Other items of interest in the Orange County Business Journal
Fountain Valley-based automaker Hyundai Motor America Inc. promoted Bob Pradzinski to vice president of national sales.
It’s Struggled Despite Its Promise Due to Reform
Irvine-based healthcare software maker Quality Systems Inc. has a plan to boost its struggling hospital business, its chief executive said late last month.
University of California President Janet Napolitano has picked University of California Irvine Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Howard Gillman to serve as interim chancellor.
The process of choosing a successor to University of California Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake will likely take between six and nine months.
Santa Ana-based Universal Protection Service has acquired Kiamalu Consulting & Investigations Agency LLC in Honolulu on undisclosed terms.
The Financial Times ranked University of California Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business 48th in the world, a six-spot improvement from last year.
EDUCATION: New dean aims to make OC ‘4-university region’
Concordia University Irvine didn’t go far to find a new dean for its School of Business.
Brea-based Suzuki Motor of America Inc. named Takeshi Hayasaki president.
Irvine-based healthcare software developer Kareo Inc. got $29.5 million in venture funding it said will go toward sales and marketing, among other areas, to help “accelerate growth.”
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