Jerry Sullivan is editor of the Business Journal. He directs the paper's coverage and layout and oversees a team of award-winning reporters. He also oversees the paper's website. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Is the outlook for business in Orange County hot or strong?
My, how you’ve grown. What else to say about Orange County’s business landscape over the past year?
Much of this week’s issue is dedicated to a look back at 2014, which has proved to be a remarkable year in many respects for the community of business in Orange County (see overview, page 1; coverage by industry, pages 5 through 18).
Is the split between Bill Gross and Pimco—now going on 3 months old—just too juicy to quiet down in the financial press?
Thanksgiving is in the books and you can see the year-end holidays from here.
It seemed altogether fitting that three generations of Herberts—all Gavins, by the way—were on hand for the Business Journal’s 15th annual Family-Owned Business Awards last week (see related item, page 8; profiles of winners in next week’s edition).
Are the powers that be rethinking the fate of the two hangars on the former Marine base in Tustin now that Google has signed a 60-year lease worth $1.2 billion for a similar structure and several others on surrounding grounds in the Silicon Valley?
A trot around the South Coast Metro district that covers corners of Costa Mesa and Santa Ana reveals several sizeable chunks of property in a state of flux.
Sometimes the uninitiated are right even when they’re wrong about Orange County.
Not much math but plenty of tea leaves to read on the Pimco-Janus front.