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Art Institute OC Closing

The Art Institute of California-Orange County in Santa Ana, a campus of Argosy University, will permanently close.

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Segerstrom Adds to Board

The Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa appointed four members to its board of directors on Tuesday.

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Del Taco Touts ‘Hardest Working Hands in Fast Food’

Experian’s New Platform Helps Identify Customers

Quick food still means fresh for Lake Forest-based fast food chain Del Taco Restaurants Inc.

Biggest Women-Owned Cos. Stretch Growth Streak

2017 Sales Up Almost 6%, Though Club Lost Members

2017 was another good year to be one of Orange County’s largest women-owned businesses.

Hyundai Sweeps 2018 J.D. Power Quality Medals

AUTOMOTIVE: Mazda, Mitsubishi ‘most-improved’

Costa Mesa-based market research firm J.D. Power recently released its annual Initial Quality Study—one of the most closely watched reports in the auto industry—and this year’s results gave a perfect shine to Fountain Valley-based automaker Hyundai Motors North America.

UCI Gets $5M Grant

The National Science Foundation awarded the University of California-Irvine a $5 million grant to help it boost enrollment of low-income engineering students focusing on advanced manufacturing.

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June Auto Sales Up

Nearly all OC automakers saw sales increases for June while year-to-date sales were mixed.

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Hyundai, Kia Shake Up North American Arms

AUTOMOTIVE: Local control new top execs, aimed at product

South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co. is taking a regional approach to combat slumping sales as it works to complete a global restructuring plan next year.

Rapper Harry Mack Sings Mitsubishi’s Praises

Social Media Ads Promote Brand’s New Eclipse Cross

Cypress-based automaker Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. is getting lyrical for its 2018 Eclipse Cross.

Firms Combine for Added Strength in Two Markets

Pacific Sotheby’s Bulks Up; First Team Stretches to LB

Two is better than one for Irvine-based brokerage firm First Team Real Estate and the San Clemente office of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty.

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