— Chris Casacchia


American Family Housing in Midway City named Milo Peinemann chief executive, replacing Donna Gallup, who left the post in October. The nonprofit, founded in 1985, provides housing and services to people living at 60 sites in Orange, L.A., and San Bernardino counties.

— Paul Hughes


Galardi Group Inc. appointed J.R. Galardi president, replacing Dennis Tase, who retired last year. The Irvine-based company operates Wienerschnitzel, Tastee-Freez and Hamburger Stand franchises. J.R. Galardi is the son of the late founder, John Galardi, and Chief Executive Cindy Galardi Culpepper.

— Mediha DiMartino

In-N-Out Burger plans to enter Colorado, fueled by a new beef patty production facility and a distribution center in Colorado Springs, news reports said. The Irvine-based fast-food chain is targeting as many as 50 locations.

— Hannah Mitchell


MVE & Partners Inc., the fourth-largest architecture firm in Orange County, announced that Matthew McLarand, son of founder Carl McLarand, will replace Rick Emsiek as president. Emsiek, who’s been at the firm for 33 years, including 13 as president, will remain a member of the board of directors and maintain consulting and business-development roles.

— Peter J. Brennan

TTM Technologies Inc. agreed to pay $775 million to affiliates of a New York private equity firm for East Syracuse-based Anaren Inc. The transaction is scheduled to close in the first half of next year, and TTM said it will result in about $15 million in cost synergies realized within the first two years of closing.

— Chris Casacchia