OC INSIDER

Weekly Column by Mark Mueller, editor, OCBJ

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Skate Wins

It’s been a good ride of late for the skateboarding industry, and for Orange County sponsors of the sport

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Exec Moves; Rinker’s Words

Big exec moves made their share of headlines in OC last week

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COVID Lessons

Joe Kiani foresaw the potential damage of COVID-19 and took steps before many others in early 2020 to prepare

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By Land or Sea

As readers of our annual OC’s Wealthiest edition late last month can attest, Mark Moshayedi knows his cars

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New Launches

Donald Bren is nothing if not a planner, making the timing of the Irvine Co. chairman’s secret donations that started in 2013 and now top $100 million to the California Institute of Technology nearly as interesting as the gift itself

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Keeping Fit

Office complexes and gyms, two types of real estate whose near-term future was shaky at the onset of the pandemic, are showing signs of growth again

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Food & Shelter

When the opportunity arose to take the top spot at Just Food for Dogs, it was an easy choice for private equity executive Julian Mack

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Charges, Changes at Genesis

Count Genesis Motor North America’s Mark Del Rosso among those vouching for the long-term viability of electric vehicles

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Dell’s New Workout

The race for fitness companies to break out from the pack and become the next Peloton Interactive is heating up

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Fullerton’s Funders

Amazon's ties with Orange County are being strengthened with new opportunities

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Skyworks Seal of Approval

Skyworks Solutions has a friend in Jim Cramer, and that friendship is paying off for other local tech firms

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Nixon’s Plumber Friend

Are the warmer inland temperatures of Brea the reason the city’s become the HVAC capital of Southern California?

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Zero to Seventy

Acorns Grow expects to be valued at around $2.2B when it completes its reverse merger with SPAC Pioneer Merger Corp. and goes public later this year

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Office Returns

Post-pandemic priorities see companies focused on new leases and office returns

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Fishing Lessons

Former Quest Software CEO Vinny Smith named his philanthropic foundation after the famous saying, Teach a Man to Fish

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