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  • Newport company defrauded investors, prosecutors claim

    An Irvine man persuaded 40 people to invest a total of $2.4 million in his Newport Beach-based business that claimed to sell a product combating childhood obesity, but instead of making money for them he spent all of their money on himself, according to...
  • N.Y. company acquires Conexant

    A semiconductor company from New York has acquired Newport Beach-based Conexant Systems Inc. for $284 million, Conexant officials said Monday in a news release. SMSC, headquartered in Hauppauge, N.Y., has struck a deal with Conexant — a supplier of...
  • Owners sell, sail away after a long run

    Owners sell, sail away after a long run
    The owners of a legendary local sailboat manufacturer, W.D. Shock Corp., have sold their family business. Tom and Jane Shock sold the 65-year-old company founded by Tom's father in Newport Beach. The sale marks an end of a respectable run in the...
  • Current airport vendors to stay

    The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to keep the current concessionaire at John Wayne Airport, but with new, locally owned restaurants like Ruby's Diner and Zov's Bistro. The decision locks in bars, restaurants and snack shops...
  • A chance to learn the dance of romance

    A chance to learn the dance of romance
    Esa ràfaga, el tango, esa diablura los atareados años desafia hecho de polvo y tiempo el hombre dura menos que la liviana melodia que solo es tiempo That devilry, the tango, that wind gust surely defies the over toiled years made of dust and...
  • CdM Today: Council adopts speed limit increases

    Members of the Newport Beach City Council expressed frustration — as did several members of the community — about a plan to increase speed limits on some stretches of roadway, including along East Coast Highway by the Cameo neighborhoods....
  • Company has their backs

    The Ark Collective, a Santa Ana-based company that sells backpacks, donated 176 free backpacks Thursday to less-fortunate schoolchildren at Hughes Elementary School in Cudahy. For every backpack that Ark Collective sells, the company gives away one...
  • Private flights leveling

    While private flying at John Wayne Airport plummeted during the recession, the decline has begun to taper off. Data released Tuesday showed that 7% fewer "general aviation" planes took off or landed at JWA in 2010 compared with 2009, a marked improvement...
  • D.A.: Past actions hurt Hubbard's claims

    LOS ANGELES — On April 4, 2006, then-Beverly Hills Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard rode to a Sacramento airport with school board member Myra Lurie and the district's facilities director, Karen Anne Christiansen. During the car ride,...
  • Sounding off: Imagine city as a business — Costa Mesa Inc.

    You may have read that Costa Mesa no longer has a city manager. As of the last City Council meeting, the title has been dropped in favor of city chief executive officer. If you've watched the City Council since the election in November, you probably...
  • Mailbag: Reagan column gets residents talking

    Re. "Lobdell: What would Ronald Reagan think?" (Jan. 24): Thanks for that clever, insightful article regarding the Reagan statue — a masterpiece! No president's statue should be placed at our City Hall, Republican or Democrat. And certainly not...
  • It's A Gray Area: Pursuing a truly lost cause

    You have probably seen recent newspaper articles saying that the only U.S. manufacturer of sodium thiopental — the anesthetic that begins the three-drug process used in putting condemned prisoners to death — has announced that it was...