October 31, 1996
Esquire Communications Ltd. of New York said Wednesday it has completed its acquisition of M&M Certified Court Reporters of Santa Ana. Esquire said the purchase price, which was not disclosed, includes a combination of stock, cash and notes. M&M, which has offices in four California cities, had $5 million in revenue for the year ended Dec. 31. Esquire Communications, which provides court reporting and related legal support services, had revenue of $20.7 million last year.
March 2, 2001
Esquire Communications Ltd., a Santa Ana court reporting service, said Thursday it has sold its professional staffing businesses to TMP Worldwide Inc. for $11 million. Esquire said in a news release that it turned over to its lenders all the proceeds from the sale of the assets of Esquire-Gregory Staffing Services and certain assets of Esquire Staffing Services.
January 30, 1996 |
One of Orange County's oldest court reporting firms is being gobbled up by one of the nation's largest legal reporting companies. M&M Certified Court Reporters, which was founded more than 40 years ago in Santa Ana, is being acquired by New York-based Esquire Communications Ltd. as part of Esquire's effort to set up a national court reporting network, the companies said Monday. Financial terms were not disclosed.
January 22, 1998
Santa Monica-based Macerich Co. said it has sold $100 million of convertible preferred stock to an affiliate of real estate investor William Sanders' Security Capital Group. Macerich will use the proceeds to help finance its half of the $974.5-million purchase of a group of 12 shopping malls it agreed to buy last month in a joint venture with Simon DeBartolo Group Inc. The shares, sold to Security Capital Preferred Growth Inc., are convertible into common stock on a 1-for-1 basis. . . .
February 7, 1995
Bob Le Fever has been appointed president of Coldwell Banker Southern California Co. in Mission Viejo. He will oversee 21 San Diego region offices and 13 Orange County offices. Le Fever succeeds Tom Williams, who is retiring after 20 years with the residential real estate company. Le Fever was formerly senior vice president and general manager of Prudential Atlanta Realty and, before that, executive vice president and partner in Prudential California Realty, based in Southern California.