Expands Beyond Southern California, Tops $180M in Revenue
Tustin-based New American Funding is increasing its geographic reach
‘New Americanism’ Meets Mainstream Clients
There’s no shortage of controversy when it comes to immigrants and U.S. immigration policy.
Momentum Builds for Defense, Aerospace Specialist
Janes Capital Partners Inc.’s recent momentum might look sudden, but it’s the latest leg in a steady run
The Business Journal’s annual list of fastest-growing private companies
Colleges in Afghanistan, Fortune 500 Companies on Client List
Little was working in Tony DiCostanzo’s favor when he decided to go into bulk book distribution.
More Transparency, But Small Ones Could Spend More
Medical device makers are on the verge of facing a more challenging regulatory environment.
Edwards Lifesciences Stays At Top of the Jobs List
Orange County’s 29 largest medical device makers added 960 jobs. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST MEDICAL DEVICE MAKERS list for download (pdf)
Most Flat; Allergan Takes No. 1 Spot Again
Perennial No. 1 Allergan Inc. once again topped the Business Journal’s annual list of drug makers based in Orange County. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST DRUG MAKERS list for download (pdf)
Lots of Projects Planned, But Few Moved in 5 Years
A slowly improving economy hasn’t led to a surge in new development of industrial buildings in Orange County.
Chapman, CSUF, Brandman Stake Claims in Business Center
Office parks in the Irvine Spectrum have become the go-to location for back-to-school sales of a real estate variety over the past few years.
Lack of supply in Orange County’s industrial market continues to be a factor as demand increases.
U.S. retail sales increased 0.6% in May over the prior month, showing the slow but steady improvement in the national economy.
The Orange County office market continued to be relatively stable through the first half of the year.
Some Say Plenty of Companies Offer Individual Policies
Recent decisions to stop selling individual health insurance policies in Orange County and other parts of California isn’t a signal of a lack of demand or space in the market
The Business Journal’s Vita Reed asked four people in the healthcare industry what they’re doing, now that full implementation of reform has been delayed.