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Ross Aviation in Denver closed its purchase of the AirFlite fixed-base operator at Long Beach Airport.
Pacific Hospitality Group plans to renovate its AC Hotel in New Orleans during a closure that will last six to eight months, a local news report said.
Irvine-based Blizzard Entertainment Inc. plans to establish a professional esports league for Overwatch, its team-based shooter game that attracts some 20 million players.
Some 400 attendees gathered at the Business Journal’s 2016 seventh annual General Counsel Awards festivities on Wednesday evening at the Hotel Irvine.
Revolution Aviation in Newport Beach has nearly doubled its space to store the company's aircraft at John Wayne Airport.
PBS SoCal KOCE in Costa Mesa plans to add a paid streaming service called to kick-off its 45th anniversary.
An affiliate of local investor Mohammad Honarkar bought a Courtyard by Marriott and a Residence Inn Hotel in Palm Desert for $36 million.
OCTANe in Aliso Viejo formed a division it dubbed ‘Growth Services,’ to increase “resources, intelligence, capital and deal flow,” for the group’s members, partners, investors, entrepreneurs and accelerator alumni, Chief Executive Bill Carpou said.
Newport Beach-based Toba Capital invested in the booming eSports segment, co-leading a $5 million funding round for a Santa Monica company that runs tournaments and related events for amateur gamers.
JetBlue Airways Corp. took a minority stake in JetSuite Inc. in Irvine.
Laguna Beach-based virtual reality content maker NextVR Inc. has struck a multi-year deal with NBA Digital in New York to live-stream National Basketball Association games in virtual reality during the upcoming season.
The American Planning Association has named downtown Santa Ana as one of five “Great Neighborhoods” on its annual Great Places in America list.
Bill Gross, “The Bond King,” may soon lay claim to being among “the greatest stamp collectors of all time.”
Five Point Communities Management Inc. in Aliso Viejo said part of its property bordering Orange County Great Park would be available for the operation of an “interim amphitheater,” pending approval by the city of Irvine.
An effort by the chief executive of Emmis Communications Corp. to take the company private has failed.