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Ad Agencies See $2.6B, 7% Uptick in Business

52 Companies Employ 3,700 OC Workers

There was some reshuffling to this year’s rankings of Orange County’s largest advertising agencies as some firms reported double-digit growth while others reported a double-digit decline.

Behr Ad Campaign Targets Do-it-Yourself Painters

Trio of Commercials Focus on ‘Real Life’

Behr Paint Co. ushered in the start of the unofficial 2019 painting season, rolling out a handful of new television spots over the course of a month.

Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.6% in midday trading to 2,904.63.

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Swimwear Maker Continues Reinvention

APPAREL: Manhattan Revamps Exec Team

When Lindsay Shumlas became chief executive of Cypress-based swimwear manufacturer Manhattan Beachwear Inc. in September, she fashioned a plan to focus strictly on swimsuits.

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The Source OC Turning on the Bright Lights

Billboards Will Rival Those in Times Square

Digital billboards—think Times Square, L.A. Live, the Vegas Strip—are coming to Buena Park.

Laguna Beach’s Singer Estate Can Be Package Deal

Famed Hilltop Homes Ask $9.9M Each

A hilltop Laguna Beach home that was the residence of architect Mark Singer is on the market with an asking price of $9.9 million, along with a home he designed next door for the same asking price.

Roxy Taps BFFs Bieber, Moniz for New Line

Model, Surfer Launch Swimwear Collection

Huntington Beach-based women’s surf and swim line Roxy celebrated the launch of a new collection last week in partnership with model Hailey Bieber and Roxy-sponsored pro surfer Kelia Moniz.

Interior Designer Acts Like Industrial Engineer

Hendy Builds Offices to Look Great

The key for a small company to weather major economic downturns and stave off larger competitors is to stay ahead of the curve, according to Heidi Hendy, who 40 years ago began H. Hendy Associates.

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Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.3% in midday trading to 2,823.97.

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Kia Charging Up Plug-In Sales With Amazon Offerings

Chargers, Installation Can Be Bought Online

Kia Motors America is cranking up the voltage for its customers, thanks to retail giant Amazon.com Inc.

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