Mark Mueller

Editor

Mark Mueller covers commercial and residential real estate for the Orange County Business Journal. His beat also includes title insurers and mortgage lenders, as well as government stories that relate to real estate. He can be reached at mueller@ocbj.com.

Email: mueller@ocbj.com
Phone: 949-833-8373 Extension: 226

Recent Stories

OC’s Wealthiest: Billion-Dollar Club

ECONOMY: 37 billionaires; net worth totals $160B

The pandemic, it’s been said, created winners and losers in the business world

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Glidewell’s Side Hustle: Yacht Chartering

DENTAL: Exec has big boats for hire, sale

Yacht chartering services will cover a majority of operating costs while keeping sailing crew active

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OCBJ INSIDER

Summer Travel

Boats, yachts and mega-yachts that could pass for luxury hotels are prominent in this week’s OC’s Wealthiest edition

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Cataract-Focused RxSight Eyes IPO for Expansion

DEVICES: VC heavyweight Bill Link on board, IntraLase ties

RxSight has its sights set on becoming Orange County’s next big public company in the ophthalmology sector

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Just Food for Dogs Revamps Exec Team

RETAIL: New CEO, CFO; funding deal on tap

Rapid growth creating potential for an initial public offering; other options being considered as demand increases

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OCBJ INSIDER

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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Laguna Beach Addition For Montrose Environmental

SERVICES: First local buy since 2020 IPO

Montrose Environmental Group looked local to find its first purchase since 2020 IPO

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OCBJ INSIDER

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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Furnishings Firm At Home Coming to Tustin

RETAIL: 105K-SF lease tops for year

At Home Group has inked a sizeable deal in Tustin for its second Orange County location

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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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