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Hoag CEO Dodges Abortion Questions

It was standing room only Thursday morning during the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce’s monthly WAKE UP! Newport event, featuring two Hoag officials. A crowd of nearly 200 packed into the friends room at the Newport Beach Central Library to hear president and CEO of Hoag...

Longtime Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Richard Luehrs To Retire

Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, Richard Luehrs, has announced that he plans to retire Tuesday from the position that he has held for more than 30 years. The announcement came in the form of an email to Chamber of Commerce members from Tim Brown, Chairman of...

Big Support for Big Brothers Big Sisters

The 48th Annual Gourmet Dinner drew 470 guests to Balboa Bay Club & Resort to help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County raise more than $520,000 to support their mentoring programs. Long time supporter, and honoree, Julian Movsesian, CEO of Succession Capital Alliance,...
Posted On 16 Nov 2012

CdM’s Cadigan Gives $27M to Boston College

Patrick F. Cadigan, a successful tech CEO and real estate investor based in Newport Beach, has donated  $27 million to construct a new alumni center at Boston College. Cadigan’s gift will also fund an arts and recreation center at Boston College High School.  Cadigan is a...

Answer to Bullying Includes Students Themselves

By Javier LaFianza Four years ago, the country was awakened to a long known but seldom discussed tragedy when the National Center for Education Statistics revealed that nearly one-third of all students aged 12-18 reported having been bullied at school, some almost daily. Two...

Answer to Bullying Included Students Themselves

By Javier LaFianza Four years ago, the country was awakened to a long known but seldom discussed tragedy when the National Center for Education Statistics revealed that nearly one-third of all students aged 12-18 reported having been bullied at school, some almost daily. Two...

Tax Increase Is No Solution

The Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors announced its strong opposition to the Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to extend the increased rates for sales, personal income and vehicle license taxes for an additional five years to help balance the state’s $25 billion...