Orange County Business Journal

Hannah Mitchell is managing editor. She can be reached at mitchell@ocbj.com.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No. 20

Newport Beach-based Palace Entertainment Holdings LLC’s $430 million in debt is expected to be repaid as a result of its parent company’s recent initial public offering.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.19

Personal finance website WalletHub found that Irvine has the workforce with the highest percentage of college-educated workers among the 150 most populous U.S. cities: 66%, almost six times higher than the lowest percentage: 12% in San Bernardino.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.18

Midlothian, Texas-based Ennis Inc. said it plans to sell Alstyle Apparel LLC in Anaheim to the newly formed Alstyle Operations LLC for $76 million in cash and $12 million to cover a 60-month equipment lease.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.17

Marshall B. Ketchum University Provost Morris Berman will receive the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry at the association’s annual leadership luncheon in Boston in June.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.16

Los Angeles-based manufacturer American Apparel Inc. laid off more than 80 people at its Garden Grove factory, a number that could grow to 150, according to news reports.

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Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. in Anaheim filed for bankruptcy protection and said it will convert debt into equity for creditor Golden Gate Capital.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.14

The Wet Seal LLC in Irvine hired Judd Tirnauer as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective May 1.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.13

Santa Ana College President Erlinda Martinez announced plans to retire at the end of June after 11 years at the helm. The Rancho Santiago Community College District has launched a nationwide search to fill the position.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 39, No.12

Costa Mesa-based Volcom Inc. sold Electric Visuals in San Clemente to the eyewear subsidiary’s chief executive, Eric Crane, for an undisclosed amount.

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