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ChromaDex to Sell Sole Consumer Line

ChromaDex Corp. said it plans to sell its sole consumer product line to a company in Canada

Recently Built Placentia Apartments Sell for $44M

Union Place Opened in ’12; 1st for City in Over a Decade

Union Place, the first big apartment complex to be built in Placentia in over a decade, has sold.

Supplements Maker Sells Consumer Line

Irvine-based dietary supplements and ingredients maker ChromaDex Corp. has announced plans to sell its sole consumer product line, BluScience, to a company in Canada for about $6 million.

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Supplements Maker Sells Consumer Line

Irvine-based dietary supplements and ingredients maker ChromaDex Corp. has announced plans to sell its sole consumer product line, BluScience, to a company in Canada for about $6 million.

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LBA Realty Nears Another Office Purchase From Dell

Report of Nashville Deal Follows Buy in Aliso Viejo

Irvine-based LBA Realty is poised for a big investment in Nashville, Tenn., according to reports there.

Allergan Gets New FDA Nod on Eye Drug

Irvine-based drug maker Allergan Inc. said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved its Ozurdex 0.7 mg biodegradable steroid implant for general use in treating diabetic macular edema.

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Marwaha Family Buys 3rd SD Hotel

An affiliate of Anaheim-based Marwaha Group Inc. paid $22.7 million for Hampton Inn Carlsbad in North San Diego County; the deal closed Aug. 31.

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Incipio Gets $55M Financing

Irvine-based mobile device accessories maker Incipio Technologies Inc. secured $55 million in financing from Monroe Capital LLC.

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NGK Plugs Into Smaller Space in Irvine Spectrum

Company Has Had Irvine Presence for 30-Plus Years

Local operations of Japan-based NGK look to be moving to a smaller location in the Irvine Spectrum, in Real Estate

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Potash Pursues Deal with Possible White Knights

Canada's Potash Corp. has been in contact with China's Sinochem and other possible counter-bidders as it fights off an unwanted $39 billion takeover offer from BHP Billiton.

Microsemi Stands Apart on Hostile Buy in Chip Sector

Unsolicited Bids Rare for Tech Sector, Chipmakers

Microsemi Corp. stands apart on hostile buy in chip sector, in Technology

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Billabong Sells West 49 Chain in Canada

The parent of Irvine-based Billabong USA announced the sale of its West 49 chain in Canada as the action-sports apparel company and retailer continues to focus on turning around its business.

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REAL ESTATE DEALS

This week's postings of Real Estate sales and leases

Billabong Sells West 49

The parent of Irvine-based Billabong USA on Sunday evening announced the sale of its West 49 chain in Canada as the action sports apparel company and retailer continues to focus on turning around its business.

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Zumiez Drops Bid for West 49, Clearing Way for Billabong

Irvine-based Billabong USA has won a brief contest to acquire Canada’s West 49 after rival suitor Zumiez Inc. said it’s pulling out.

Kaiser Aluminum Lands Bombardier Supply Deal

Foothill Ranch-based aluminum parts maker Kaiser Aluminum Corp. said it won a five-year contract to supply aluminum plate and sheet to Canada's Bombardier Inc.

ICN adds another former prime minister, in the Healthcare column

Kim Campbell, a former prime minister of Canada, has joined the board of ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc., Costa Mesa. Campbell, a member of the Progressive Conservative party, was Canada's first female prime minister and 19th overall, taking office in 1993.

Winter Olympics: Team OC

The winter Olympics opening Friday night in Canada include a number of athletes from Orange County or who now play here.

Air Canada Orders $6 Bln of Boeing Jets

Air Canada on Monday announced firm orders for 32 Boeing Co. wide-bodied jets in a deal worth $6 billion, adding to the top U.S. aircraft maker's recent winning streak against archrival Airbus.

OC to Be Home to Another Asian Carmaker’s US Arm

AUTOMOTIVE: Zotye sets up in Lake Forest

Chinese carmaker Zotye Automobile International Co. plans to use a new Lake Forest-based distribution company to sell vehicles in the U.S. by 2020.

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