• Orange County Register
    Her 30-year-old nonprofit had just been kneecapped by a fire, losing thousands of pieces of donated business attire and accessories along with their headquarters and warehouse. And, in an unrelated move,
  • KTLA
    The Petco Foundation announced Tuesday that it will match donations up to $25,000 for the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services through June 30. Donations made to the Animal Welfare Trust Fund
  • CNBC
    CNBC's Jane Wells speaks with 10-time West Coast surf champion Rick Fignetti, who just reopened Rockin Fig Surf in Huntington Beach for the first time in two months, as California allows some retailers to open their doors.
  • Orange County Register
    Perhaps this is what Orange County millennials, who live and work in Orange County but go into Los Angeles for weekend activities, are seeking: The Costa Mesa Planning Commission has given approval for Lab Holdings LLC to develop Market Hall,
  • The Business Journals
    In Louisville, the Kentucky International Convention Center and the KFC Yum Center have both been hard hit by the pandemic.
  • Orange County Register
    From Michigan and Virginia, lockdown-protest fever spread like the flu to Montana, Arizona and Colorado. And in recent days, it caught on in Southern California cities, too — Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and San Clemente. One member of a newly formed task force studying how to reopen California is sympathetic but warned that a hasty ...
  • Orange County Business Journal
    Huntington Beach-based BJ’s Restaurants Inc. (Nasdaq: BJRI) took further action to preserve cash amid the COVID-19 slowdown, with executive pay cuts and more furloughs. The casual dining operator said in a Securities & Exchange Commission filing CEO Greg Trojan and other executives opted to cut their base salaries 20%. Members of the Board ...
  • Nation's Restaurant News
    The Huntington Beach, Calif.-based casual-dining brand in early April had temporarily laid off about 16,000 hourly restaurant workers but continued to operate its 209 restaurants with take-out and delivery. Related: Dine Brands Global furloughs some office staff, freezes new hiring, in response to coronavirus “While the company’s sales ...
  • The Business Journals
    For many cities and states, the loss of hotel-related taxes alone promises to blow million-dollar-plus holes in their budgets every week the pullback persists.
  • TravelPulse on MSN.com
    Boeing has been ramping up efforts to support healthcare professionals working on the front lines with COVID-19 patients by supplying much-needed protective gear.
  • Orange County Register
    No. 3: West Hollywood at $2,856 average, down 7.29 points — falling 3.77% vs. gaining 3.52% in a year. No. 4: Huntington Beach at $2,212 average, down 6.63 points — up 1.98% from 8.61% in a year. No. 5: Rowland Heights at $1,753 average, down 5.58 points — up 2.51% from 8.09% in a year. No. 6: Los Angeles at $2,499 average, down 5.41 ...
  • Orange County Register
    No. 3: West Hollywood at $2,856 average, down 7.29 points — falling 3.77% vs. gaining 3.52% in a year. No. 4: Huntington Beach at $2,212 average, down 6.63 points — up 1.98% from 8.61% in a year. No. 5: Rowland Heights at $1,753 average, down 5.58 points — up 2.51% from 8.09% in a year. No. 6: Los Angeles at $2,499 average, down 5.41 ...
  • Nation's Restaurant News
    The Huntington Beach, Calif.-based casual-dining brand also said that “in an effort to further preserve financial flexibility, the company suspended the payment of rent on leases for the month of April 2020.” Related: Restaurant companies like McDonald’s, Yum Brands, Shake Shack respond to coronavirus with closures, layoffs, other ...
  • Forbes
    If you’re washing it 20 times per day you want something that’s not going to irritate. If you have harsh products, you’re not going to want to use them, and that makes you more susceptible to getting ill.
  • PR Newswire
    Boardriders Inc., a leading global action sports and lifestyle company that designs, produces and distributes branded apparel, footwear
  • Orange County Register
    one in Long Beach and another in Huntington Beach, and Sugar Daddies Sweet Shoppe in Long Beach. “We’re providing no cost, direct support with disaster loan applications, cash flow concerns, recovering sales online, tax assistance and work sharing programs,” he said. Consultants are also getting up to speed on the coronvirus stimulus bill ...
  • World Socialist Web Site
    According to Vice’s Motherboard site, workers at stores in New Orleans and Huntington Beach, California were informed by robocalls that fellow workers had tested positive and told to “press number one to confirm receipt.” The stores remained open, however, because Whole Foods is racking up huge profits from customers rushing to stock up ...
  • The Hill
    Whole Foods workers are set to strike on Tuesday to protest what they say is a lack of employee protections amid the spread of the coronavirus. Workers at the national grocery chain will call out sick to demand guaranteed sick leave to employees who self-isolate, reinstatement of health care coverage for part-time workers, double hazard pay, a commitment to ensuring workplaces stay clean and the closure of any store where a worker tests positive. The strike had originally been scheduled on May 1. "As this situation has progressed, our fundamental needs as workers have become more urgent," Whole Worker, a labor movement within the grocery chain, wrote in a statement. "COVID-19 poses a very real threat to the safety of our workforce and our customers. We cannot wait for politicians, institutions, or our own management to step in to protect us." Cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, have been reported at Whole Foods locations in Chicago, New York City and Huntington Beach, Calif. All of those locations have remained open. In response to the pandemic, Whole Foods has boosted wages for U.S. and Canadian workers by $2 per hour. It also promised workers diagnosed with COVID-19 or quarantined two weeks of paid leave. The Hill has reached out to the chain for comment on the planned strike.
  • YAHOO!
    Payment of such dividend is being deferred until such time that the Board of Directors determines such payment is prudent in light of the Company’s capital needs. In addition, the Board of Directors h
  • Orange County Register
    The Hunting Beach office of Coldwell Banker Realty is hosting a free paper-shredding event on Saturday, April 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The office is located at 19440 Goldenwest St. in Huntington Beach. Status Update is compiled from press releases by contributing writer Karen Levin and edited by Business Editor Samantha Gowen.