Newport Beach


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Newport Beach,

residential and resort city (1990 pop. 66,643), Orange co., S Calif., on Newport Bay and the Pacific Ocean; inc. 1906. It is a popular seaside resort and yachting center. Manufactures include electrical and medical equipment, computers, boats, and adhesives.
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He will be the chief strategist, brand architect and integrated marketing leader for the umbrella organization and business units that include Visit Newport Beach Inc.
Each year, the Newport Beach Award Program identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category.
With more than 100,000 square feet of combined meeting space, Newport Beach has seven world-class hotels with more than 2,600 guest rooms at all levels of affordability.
Companies taking part will share Island Hotel Newport Beach's freshly expanded ballroom -- the largest hotel ballroom in Newport Beach -- and enjoy all of the excitement and energy of a holiday party typically enjoyed by only the largest companies.
1 -- 3 -- color) Sights along a bike trip from Santa Monica to San Juan Capistrano include a geometric design in Newport Beach, above, the wide-open spaces of Huntington Beach, left, and a path between Marina del Rey and Manhattan Beach, top left.
The Wave's Hyatt Regency Newport Beach Summer Jazz Series
The two-time Champions Tour winner and CBS golf commentator said he made ``arrangements'' with Newport Beach Marriott general manager Bill Gunderson.
TABS) today announced that it has signed as a sponsor of the World TeamTennis (WTT) Newport Beach Breakers.
A short drive away, in a business center adjacent to the impressive Fashion Island mall, a special deal can be found at a swanky spot: the Four Seasons Hotel Newport Beach.
In honor of its famed native son, Newport Beach, Wayne Enterprises and the Newport Beach Film Festival will commemorate the Duke's 100th year with screenings of the movies that made him a star, including "The Sands of Iwo Jima" (1949), "Rio Bravo" (1959) and "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" (1962).
Commuting from Newport Beach to Manhattan Country Club, Lindsay Davenport spent more time on the 405 freeway Thursday than in her match.
Conexant contributed its specialty process technologies and the manufacturing equipment in its Newport Beach wafer fabrication facility to the joint venture in return for its stake in the new company.

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