OCBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
The Business Journal’s Jane Yu asked a group of local chief financial officers how they perceive their roles in building corporate culture. The CFOs also discuss factors about Orange County that have an impact on the development of culture. Edited excerpts of their responses follow.April 20, 2015 midnight $$ Share
‘Generation Z’ Emerges As Local Travel Market
Today’s teens are following hard on the heels of Millennials in terms of tourism.
Jobs Up 1.1% To 13,789 at Top 50
The number of rooms at the biggest hotels in Orange County hardly changed over the past year, but a significant portion of them got new looks, thanks to renovations at several of the market’s best-known establishments.
Low-Rise, Creative Re-Use Planned Alongside Towers
Orange County developers are taking varied approaches to speculative office developments in the improving local economy, including a cautious approach on ground-up projects.
The Orange County office market, paced by the accelerating Greater Airport Area, is returning to prerecession peaks by all key measures.
The Orange County industrial market got off to a good start this year after experiencing a sluggish year-end, posting positive net absorption of 690,726 square feet following a sluggish finish to 2014.
Several Inspired By Desire For Healthier Products
Fitness-focused small business abounds in Orange County, and protein is a particular emphasis.
Mom-and-Pop Shop Serves Basics Like the Big Guys
You’ve heard about the entrepreneur who buys a franchise and grows a business as part of a larger system.
Trend Affects Company Image, Viability, Execs Say
Chief financial officers are increasingly becoming an essential part of the conversation about data security, a topic much discussed today as businesses rely more on collection and analysis of “big data” for various aspects of their operations.
Newcomers Help Boost List’s Total, Account for 40%
Orange County’s largest advertising agencies posted an estimated 9% gain in revenue last year, enough to push the group over the $1 billion benchmark.