Private Companies Wanted for Annual List

April 2016
Orange County Business Journal;4/25/2016, Vol. 39 Issue 17, p15
The article reports that the "Business Journal" is preparing its annual list of privately owned companies for publication in June 20, 2016 edition, and the list is the source of information on the privately owned companies that make up so much of economy of Orange County, California.


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