By Steve Churm
CEO/Editorial Director, Churm Media
Full speed ahead
Look for more circulation and even better content on the horizon for OC METRO, as Freedom Communications acquires Churm Media after a 22-year run serving Orange County.
A tale of two counties
A groundbreaking study shows a growing gap in social services that, if unchecked, threatens the future of Orange County.
The master planner
A man with a sharp vision, Ray Watson may have been the single most important influence on 21st-century Orange County.
It's a great moment to act
Thrown a curve ball by the state, Irvine has an opportunity to have its Great Park and political cake, too. But will the city act?
Dispatches from the road:
a Greek drama in real time
Here’s a Greek drama in real time through the eyes of an Athens cabbie who speaks volumes about his nation’s economic collapse.
The gold standard
Irvine businessman Mitch Goldstone won a $7.2 billion court settlement. Persistence was the key in this classic showdown.
Will this be the Summer of Love, Part II?
Signals indicate the long-forecasted economic bounce back is unfolding in O.C., where investing and spending are heating up.
Connecting with consumers
How 3 companies – Disneyland, Starbucks and Oakley –
succeed by building trust bridges with their audiences.
Warning: We are connected like never before, but we’re losing the art of conversation. Young professionals need to start talking more.
We need your support
After 30 years of rescuing women from domestic violence, Human Options still needs our help to continue this fight.
The business of politics
America’s best economic stimulus package is the Republican Presidential Primary Road Show. Will California get its share?
A personal role model
He took a page from a business playbook that was truly ahead of its time.
Reset your expectation – NOW
The economy – and life – has changed for good. One generation
gets it and sees the opportunities. The rest of us better catch up.
Business drives Irvine
It’s safe, and the schools are world-renowned. But it is Irvine’s
business base that will secure its future for another 40 years.
Cleared for takeoff
Airport Director Alan Murphy talks about JWA’s $500 million
upgrade, and whether the Duke himself would have approved.
Lessons to be learned
As the economy teeters, the best business lessons are coming
from an unlikely source – Orange County’s nonprofits.
Our lives were forever changed when terrorists attacked American soil, and it will affect our daily lives for decades to come.
Simple and sound advice
In the business of law, there’s no substitute for being prepared.
Just ask veteran Santa Ana trial attorney Daniel Callahan.
In a recovery period, when new jobs are scarce, internships can spell the difference in ultimately getting hired. Churm Media is proof positive.
The O.C. Trust Summit
Invest one lunch hour with us, and we may change the way you
run your business and, ultimately, your bottom line.
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