Orange County Business Journal

Jane Yu covers finance, education, manufacturing and professional services for the Orange County Business Journal. She can be reached at yu@ocbj.com.

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9 OCers Make Forbes 400 List

Nine members of the Business Journal’s annual OC’s Wealthiest list were included in the recent Forbes 400 list, which ranks and profiles the wealthiest Americans by estimated net worth.

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Ingredients Developer Gets $5M Debt Funding

ChromaDex Corp., an Irvine-based maker of ingredients for dietary supplements, has closed a $5 million venture debt financing from Hercules Technology Growth Capital Inc.

Anton & Chia in San Diego on Latest Buy

Newport Beach-based accounting firm Anton & Chia LLP has acquired W. Michael Corson & Co. in San Diego on undisclosed terms, its second buy in recent months.

5 Honored With General Counsel Awards

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 fifth annual General Counsel Awards.

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Gross to Janus, Will Stay in Newport Beach

Bill Gross, founder and chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Co., will leave the Newport Beach-based company to join Janus Capital Group.

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Report: Fox Head Looks to Sell

Irvine-based motorcross apparel company Fox Head Inc. is reportedly on the sales block and seeking more than $200 million.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 dipped 0.1% to 1,991.66 in midday trading.

Growth By Design

Alternative Lender Translates Conditions Into 2,236% Revenue Jump

Growth for Quick Bridge Funding LLC was fast but not too fast.

Little Big List

$4.3B Revenue Increase Spread Over 13 Largest Fast Growers

Far fewer but much bigger. That’s one way to sum up the biggest of the fastest-growing private companies based in Orange County—13 companies that combined for $16.1 billion in revenue, a 37% jump.

Midmarket Movers

73 Companies Combine for $2.2 Billion in Revenue

The 73 fastest-growing private companies in Orange County with revenues between $10 million and $100 million collectively grew their combined top line by 76.1% over the past two years to $2.2 billion.

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