Ingram Micro’s Humes Takes Addition of COO’s Duties in Stride
CFO OF THE YEAR AWARDS: William Humes is more than the money guy at Ingram Micro Inc.
8 Deals Last Year, More in Works for Universal Services
CFO OF THE YEAR AWARDS: Universal Services of America’s revenue has grown fivefold in Scott Savoie’s seven years as finance chief
“First Time We Dipped Into Debt Markets”
CFO OF THE YEAR AWARDS: Microsemi Corp.’s John Hohener is the financial strategist behind the Aliso Viejo-based chipmaker’s aggressive growth plan.
Company Grows as Guard Against Fraudulent Returns to Retailers
CFO OF THE YEAR AWARDS: David Justus helped bring The Retail Equation Inc. through recession, into position as an established player in thwarting merchandise scams
Nonprofit’s “Daring” Mission Makes CFO a Believer
CFO OF THE YEAR AWARDS: Think Together’s “daring” mission makes Michael Frobenius a believer.
The Switch to Electronic Medical Records Goes on in OC
SPECIAL REPORT: HEALTHCARE - What’s going on with EMR?
OC’s 30 Biggest Combine for 39% Pretax Gain, $554M Total
SPECIAL REPORT: HEALTHCARE - Biggest hospitals steady on revenue, post big jump in profits. Includes the 2013 OC's LARGEST HOSPITALS list for download (pdf)
Cooperative Efforts Spurred by Healthcare Reform Take Shape
SPECIAL REPORT: HEALTHCARE - Latest Orange County startups: accountable-care organizations.
SPECIAL REPORT: HEALTHCARE - Tour of CHOC’s new tower.
There are 53 hospitals in Orange County, and they collectively employ nearly 36,000 people. Includes analysis, charts and figures.
Brokerage Born Out of Grubb’s BK Has New Financial Footing
SPECIAL REPORT - COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE UPDATE
Still Favor Trophy Buildings; Make Room for Move-Ups
Legal challenges: big firms trend toward trims on space
The fourth quarter marked a turning point in the office market as the average lease rate increased for the first time since the beginning of the recession in 2007.
Gains for OC’s industrial market in Q4 indicates some momentum, falls short of making up for earlier drop-offs
Recent vacancies at a number of big-box properties led to 54,678 square feet of negative net absorption in Orange County’s retail market in the fourth quarter.