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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Allergan Raises Bar on Raiders With Cost Cuts, Pledge on Profits

Allergan Inc.’s promise of cost cuts and higher profits might have put the company out of its hostile suitors’ reach.

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Opus Posts Higher Loans, Lower Profit for Q2

Irvine-based Opus Bank posted $10.3 million in profit in the second quarter, down about 45% from the same period last year.

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NB Investor in $3M Deal for App Developer

Newport Beach-based private equity investor Kodiak Capital Group LLC has made a $3 million commitment to fund Eventure Interactive Inc. in Costa Mesa, a developer of social communications-oriented mobile applications.

Best Companies Rise to Top With Closer Look

Annual Survey Delved Deeper With Employers, Workers

The latest batch of Orange County’s best places to work earned the distinction after a heightened research process.

Allergan Raises Bar on Raiders With Cost Cuts, Pledge on Profits

HEALTHCARE: Q2 report, projections put valuations well beyond $52B bid

Allergan Inc.’s promise of cost cuts and higher profits might have put the company out of its hostile suitors’ reach.

Illinois Firm to Buy Food Distributor

Brea-based natural food products distributor Nature’s Best agreed to be acquired by KeHE Distributors LLC in Naperville, Ill., on undisclosed terms.

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Pacific Premier Grows Loans, Income in Q2

Irvine-based Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc. reported $4.6 million in net income for the second quarter compared with a loss of $249,000 a year earlier.

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Pac Merc Swings to Profit in Q2

Costa Mesa-based Pacific Mercantile Bancorp Inc. managed to swing to a profit in the second quarter from the same period a year earlier, notching $4,000 in earnings.

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Job Cuts at Allergan HQ Could be Offset

Allergan Inc. said it will close three of its facilities around the U.S. and lay off about 1,500 employees over the next several months as part of a restructuring plan.

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Job Cuts at Allergan HQ Could be Offset

Allergan Inc. said it will close three of its facilities around the U.S. and lay off about 1,500 employees over the next several months as part of a restructuring plan.

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