Subrina Hudson

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Nuvision to Acquire Alaska Credit Union

Huntington Beach-based Nuvision Credit Union will buy Anchorage, Alaska-based Denali Federal Credit Union, effective Oct. 1.

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Engineering Firms Extend Strong Local Showing

OC Billings Up 10% For Areas Top 38 Firms

Orange County’s top 38 engineering firms reported another year of growth with a nearly 10% increase in OC billings to $1.2 billion.

$28.8M Oceanfront Listing is Third Priciest in Laguna

Antique Italian-French Country Vibe for Home

A piece of the European countryside along the shores of Laguna Beach hit the market this month, with an asking price of $28.8 million.

Advantage Solutions Buys Ad Firm With Local Ties

NY’s Jun Group Opened OC Office in 2015

Irvine-based marketing firm Advantage Solutions Inc. hasn’t slowed down on the acquisition front, despite apparently getting cold feet on an initial public offering.

Architects Ride Strong Economy to New Heights

OC Billings Top $500M for First Time

It’s been a good year for architecture firms in Orange County, who have benefited from increased work as corporate clients look to reimagine their workspaces, as well as a continuing boom in residential development in the county.

Midday Stock Roundup

The S&P 500 was up 0.1% in midday trading to 2,934.47.

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UCI Adds to Campus

University of California, Irvine will be opening the doors to its new 65,000-square-foot “active learning” building next week.

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Philharmonic Names President

The Philharmonic Society of Orange County in Irvine named Tommy Phillips president and artistic director, effective Oct. 1.

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Stance Sets Sights on Stores, Ads

VC-Backed Sock Maker Expands Presence

San Clemente-based sock and underwear maker Stance was already one of Orange County’s fastest-growing private businesses the past few years, even without a stand-alone retail presence in the area or a formalized marketing brand campaign.

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Hacking into the 3D Printing Boom

MANUFACTURING: Firm keeps growing like ‘gangbusters’

Online retailer MatterHackers Inc. set out to make desktop 3D printing more accessible to consumers by helping them weed through the plethora of machines and accessories available on the market.

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