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Wienerschnitzel is offering $1 million as the grand prize in its latest “Cash in on a Corn Dog” sweepstakes.
John Wayne Airport said passenger traffic rose slightly in July 2014 compared to the same period last year.
Food Hall Latest Twist for East End
The developer who’s driving downtown Santa Ana’s makeover is doubling down on dining.
TECHNOLOGY: Free game on pace to bring in $100M in 1st year
Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s first foray into free-to-play video games is turning into a big moneymaker.
MARKETING: Works on par with Goodby on $20M effort
Grupo Gallegos has crossed over the demographic divide to work hand in hand with one of the best-known agencies in advertising on the California Milk Processor Board’s new $20 million ad campaign.
MEDIA: Main Street Films hopeful about latest flick
Main Street Films Inc. had a big weekend.
Irvine-based IT consultancy and service provider Trace3 promoted Tyler Beecher to chief executive.
Several local companies and an executive were honored for being the “best connected to their treasured customer base” at the OC Trust Summit at California State University-Fullerton.
Features Fashions Inspired By Girl Pop Music Group
Look for harmony in Wet Seal Inc.’s upcoming marketing campaign—Fifth Harmony, that is.
Allocates $1M to Award Money, Resources to Users
A software entrepreneur in Irvine has launched a social networking site to make users’ dreams become reality through crowdsourcing.
Several local companies were honored for being the “best connected to their treasured customer base,” during the OC Trust Summit Thursday at California State University-Fullerton.
RESTAURANTS: Farrell’s, Creamistry proceed separately
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurants’ parent, Lake Forest-based Parlour Enterprises Inc., and Irvine-based Creamistry separately said they will begin franchising.
FINANCE: Semaphore rollout helps ‘Tubers’ brand and more
Irvine-based financial services firm Semaphore is betting on the growing field of YouTube entertainment and its increasing capacity to attract brands to advertise to the younger crowd.
Two Orange County-based investment firms have partnered to acquire a majority stake in Mob Scene LLC, an entertainment marketing and production company in Beverly Hills.
The Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau said it would integrate sales efforts with two other cities to target meeting professionals for multiyear bookings.