‘Not for Everyone’ Image, Social Media
Cypress-based Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. launched a new advertising strategy dubbed “Small Batch” under the leadership of newly minted Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President Kimberley Gardiner—weeks before the automaker said it would be packing its bags and relocating to Franklin, Tenn., a suburb of Nashville, by year-end (see separate story, page 5).
OC’s Hottest Industry Examines New Startups
Networking group OCTANe hosted its annual meeting for one of Orange County’s hottest industries: ophthalmology.
Brothers Bryan and Bradford Manning were each 7 years old when they were separately diagnosed with a disease that would eventually make them blind.
HEALTHCARE: Shares rise 40% after Q4 report
It turns out the reports of Avid Bioservices Inc.’s demise were an exaggeration.
SERVICES: Popular website has 50+ jobs
Weedmaps, which calls itself “the most widely used medical and recreational marijuana dispensary locator in the industry,” is searching for a few good employees.
REAL ESTATE: Project will add 500,000 SF, jobs
Orange County’s largest publicly traded company now has the largest office development underway in the area around John Wayne Airport.
CYBERSECURITY: Irvine integration moving ahead
BlackBerry Ltd.’s Irvine-based Cylance division shines bright in the parent company’s latest earnings report.
Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. is relocating its headquarters from Cypress to Franklin, Tenn., a suburb of Nashville, the company said Tuesday.
Chicago-based AbbVie Inc. has agreed to buy fellow pharmaceutical giant Allergan Plc for nearly $63 billion in cash and stock.
5.11 Co-Founder, CEO Gets Company Back on Track
It’s been 10 months since Francisco Morales stepped in as chief executive of 5.11 Tactical, the Irvine-based manufacturer of apparel and gear for military and law enforcement officials.
New Analyst Sets $5 Price Target
Tustin-based Avid Bioservices Inc. (Nasdaq: CDMO), a pharmaceutical contract manufacturer that’s seen its share of change the past year, might be returning to the light as its stock gains traction, and the attention of a new analyst.
HEALTHCARE: Hiring for new Lake Forest HQ
It has been more than 30 years since ophthalmic device maker Staar Surgical Co. (Nasdaq: STAA) developed its first implantable lens to treat vision issues.
Henry and Susan Samueli have given more than $100 million to their namesake school of engineering—the school’s biggest donation ever—at University of California-Los Angeles.
Monthly sales among OC’s largest automakers were mixed last month while three of the four automakers reported an increase for the year.
Fresca Aims to Bring To Market in 2020
Doctors will tell you that looking at your smartphone before going to bed is a bad move if you want a good night’s sleep.