Hyatt Hotels Corp. named David Nadelman general manager at Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove and vice president over six other high-end hotels with 4,500 rooms in Southern California.
Long Beach Airport’s passenger traffic shot up 25% to 330,000 in October from 265,000 in the same period last year.
Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc. (Nasdaq: PPBI), signed a multiyear partnership with the National Football League’s Los Angeles Chargers.
Association of Fundraising Professionals—OC honored eight of the county's outstanding givers at a National Philanthropy Day today before a lunch crowd of 680 at City National Grove in Anaheim.
The owners of the Costa Mesa creative office complex that holds the headquarters of the Los Angeles Chargers have picked up an even larger redevelopment site next door.
Orange County Visitors Association said a study it commissioned showed tourism providing $20.5 billion in economic impact to the county last year.
John Wayne Airport passenger traffic edged down 1.6% in September compared with the same period last year.
Ubiquity Inc. has been evicted from its Irvine headquarters at 9801 Research Drive.
Walt Disney Co.’s parks and resorts segment reported higher quarterly and annual revenue—the only one of the entertainment giant’s four business units to do so.
A crowd of more than 400 members of Orange County’s corporate and legal communities gathered to honor this year’s top in-house lawyers at the Business Journal’s eighth annual General Counsel Awards.
Nicholas Mitsakos, former interim chief executive of Irvine-based media firm Ubiquity Inc., was sentenced today to 30 months in prison on charges of conspiring to commit securities fraud and wire fraud, said Joon H. Kim, acting U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Fifi Chao the longtime Orange County restaurant columnist died Monday. She was 81.
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The business challenges facing the Los Angeles Chargers front office in Costa Mesa midway through the season haven’t changed much since owner Dean Spanos moved the franchise north in January.