The county’s largest environmental consultants saw local billings drop 12% to $523 million in 2009
Airport Security Device Maker Vies With Body Scans; Game Retailer Taking on GameStop
A local restaurateur is opening up a Buffalo Wild Wings in the Lake Forest Gateway shopping center, in the Small Business column by Murray Coleman
FINANCE: About a dozen local fund managers; Pimco dominates
About a dozen hedge funds call OC home and manage an estimated $32 billion for pension plans
ENERGY: Wants to stay in Seal Beach, build in Arizona, Nevada
A Seal Beach-based maker of solar panels has big plans for growth
Among First to Fall, Management Consultants Report ‘Bit of Awakening’
Consultants that help companies with accounting, technology, legal and other projects said they’re seeing better conditions across the country
Glen Bell Jr., a fast food pioneer and founder of Irvine-based Taco Bell Corp., died Sunday at the age of 86, according to the Mexican food restaurant chain.
REAL ESTATE: LoanDepot.com is third online mortgage venture
Entrepreneur Anthony Hsieh has decided to go back to work full-time in the mortgage business
FINANCE: Big banks in no state to buy; bank may do own buying
The county’s largest homegrown bank is biding its time
Plaintiffs Attorneys Hold Steady During Downturn; Getting Paid Is Hard Part
Many corporate lawyers in OC are seeing lagging demand for their services.
Downturn Brings Surge in Consumer, Business Cases
Remnants of the recession are keeping OC bankruptcy lawyers busy.
Two Los Angeles-area banks are buying a local pair of small-business lenders
An Irvine-based unit of Edison International is exiting a joint venture to develop sites to produce solar energy.
Newport Beach-based bond funder manager Pacific Investment Management Co. has surpassed $1 trillion in assets under management for the first time.
Bill Gross, who manages the biggest mutual fund in the world for Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Management Co., has been named the top bond fund manager of the past decade.
Costa Mesa-based defense contractor Ceradyne Inc. said Monday it expects 2009 profits to meet or exceed its prior projections but sees revenue falling short.
The rebounding confidence of OC executives has held for the first quarter