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Costa Mesa-based Rutan & Tucker LLP created a public-private partnerships practice group, led by William Eliopoulos, its Silicon Valley-based construction partner.
A Frost Data Capital data analytics startup officially launched today.
Irvine-based Spireon Inc. today announced that Kevin Weiss was named chief executive and the company surpassed 3 million subscriptions for its GPS vehicle telematics software.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim signed Santa Ana-based Amusement Park to create a campaign targeting “women and other groups typically outside the scope of MLB marketing.”
Burger Boss LLC in Corona plans to open at least five corporate-owned locations in Orange County by year-end.
Irvine-based call center operator Alorica Inc. will acquire Expert Global Solutions in Plano, Texas, on undisclosed terms.
Santa Fe Springs-based distributor USE Co. Inc. has been sold on undisclosed terms to Ingersoll Rand in Davidson, N.C.
Irvine-based Advantage Solutions acquired ecommerce specialist Sage Tree LLC in Naperville, Ill. on undisclosed terms.
Linda Rose, currently president of Los Angeles Southwest College, will be Santa Ana College’s new president, effective July 18.
Irvine-based Opus Bank has received the International Interior Design Association’s 2016 Calibre Design award in the small workspace category.
The Orange County Visitor Association’s quarterly market report on local lodging project 5% growth in both average daily rates and revenue per available room through the rest of 2016 followed by a similar gain for 2017.
Jon Storbeck is the new vice president and general manager of Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, effective Monday.
Chapman University named Thomas Piechota its first vice president of research, effective Sept. 1.
John Wayne Airport passenger traffic increased about 8% in April compared with the same month last year.
Costa Mesa-based Newlight Technologies LLC, founded to make technology that captures and converts carbon and methane into plastics, received $29.2 million in “Form D” venture funding, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday.