Today’s Trademark- ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS JOURNAL
The Orange County Business Journal is a weekly publication that provides a detailed package of news and knowledge about OC businesses, markets, and businesspeople. It is authoritative, succinct, and entertaining. The journal’s 52 issues a year are required reading for the community’s executives, administrators, and practitioners.
Its website not only provides links to the Journal’s current and archived articles, advertiser statistics, upcoming and past event details, and sister publications, but it also provides easy access to the Journal’s current and archived stories, advertiser information, upcoming and past event details, and sister publications. These features are also accessible through the mobile app.
The Orange County Business Journal is a weekly print and online newspaper in Orange County, California that covers business. After the Los Angeles Business Journal, the paper is California’s second-largest business publication.
The Orange County Business Journal, along with Crain’s Chicago Business, the Los Angeles Business Journal, the San Francisco Business Times, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and the Boston Business Journal, is one of the country’s largest business publications.
The trademark of this company was registered in USPTO bearing registration number 1638353 on March 19, 1991.