Irvine retailer Tilly’s Inc.’s strong Thanksgiving weekend and Cyber Monday performance has it optimistic about the rest of the holiday selling season.
Del Taco Restaurants sold all eight company-owned locations in the Reno, Nev., market to franchisee Mark Miller, a partner in Portland, Ore.-based 3 Brothers Restaurants. The franchisee operates a dozen restaurants in the Pacific Northwest and has agreed to open 10 more in that region over the next seven years.
November proved a good month for Orange County’s largest automakers, with all notching gains.
Cypress-based Xperience Restaurant Group bought Sol Mexican Cocina and Solita Tacos & Margaritas, sister brands with a total of six locations.
A multi-pronged push by Aston Martin Newport Beach includes new markets and new models.
Irvine city filings show Minnesota-based LTF Holdings Inc. will bring a 125,000-square-foot fitness facility to the Great Park Neighborhoods.
Hyundai Motor America confirmed it will again advertise during the Super Bowl.
Irvine automaker Karma Automotive revealed on Tuesday a new concept car and 2020 Revero GTS during the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The OC Restaurant Association said it’s bought the domain TacoTuesday.com in what will, in the near term, be a marketing play for restaurants before eventually monetizing parts of the site.
Karma Automotive hired an executive to lead its new Silicon Valley office and its autonomous driving program.
Volcom inked a deal making it the official apparel partner for the U.S. snowboard team.
Irvine luxury knitwear label St. John said a new capsule collection and social media campaign reflects a relaunch of the brand under recently hired creative director Zoe Turner.
Irvine-based Mazda North American Operations said it named Nelson Cosgrove as director of its Mazda Motorsports division.
Apparel makers talked the merits—and future—of streetwear at the recently concluded ComplexCon.