PROPERTY: Food, Nightlife Scene Help Fill the Rentals
Developers are turning their attention to North Park in hopes of drawing renters who want an urban lifestyle with a funky touch but eschew the more hectic downtown lifestyle.
CV Sciences’ CBD oil will be sold in 945 Kroger-owned stores across 17 states, it was recently announced.
Diverse Lines of Business Would Join Up in Mid-2020
A sizable aerospace and defense industry merger announced earlier in June will affect San Diego County.
The U.S. Navy awarded the San Diego office of Michael Baker International Inc. a five-year contract for civil engineering services. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity deal has a ceiling price of $99 million.
Investors Said Going Public Would Bring Increase in Investments
For biotechs, what’s the path to an initial public offering like? The CEOs of San Diego companies that took the IPO plunge weighed in on this question and others during a recent Biocom panel.
Joan Herman was recently named to the board of Carlsbad’s Ionis Pharmaceuticals.
Companies Encouraged To Find Ways to Make Social Impact
Two local finalists competed at the University of San Diego’s Fowler Global Innovation Challenge recently.
Escondido Brewing Co. won the First Annual Brewdown Beer Competition last weekend, donating the $5,000 donation prize to local nonprofit Wounded Warrior Homes.
Northrop Grumman Builds Electronics in Separate Effort
The space for electronics inside a Lightning II fighter aircraft is at a premium.
Australian Government is Part Of Multimillion-Dollar Deal
Viasat Inc. is planning a multimillion-dollar infrastructure project.
Oncternal Retains CEO, Will Remain In San Diego
On the heels of auspicious clinical trial results, San Diego-based Oncternal Therapeutics completed a reverse merger with Tennessee’s GTx, it was announced June 10.
HEALTH CARE: Reimbursement Codes Open Door for Revenue
The mental health system is often called broken or fragmented. That’s created an opening for San Diego tech companies.
No New Treatments for Targeted Condition in More Than a Decade
La Jolla Pharmaceutical’s stock recently jumped after its drug candidate for regulating iron overload showed promise in preliminary clinical trial results.
First Time USD Degree To Be Offered Outside The United States
The University of San Diego School of Business has teamed up with Centro de Ensenanza Tecnica y Superior (CETYS) to offer CETYS University graduate students the opportunity to obtain the USD Master of Science in Global Leadership degree in conjunction with an MBA from CETYS at their campus in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.
BIOTECH: Pain Relief Device Uses Magnetic Field
NeuraLace Medical, the medical device startup that won last year’s Quick Pitch competition, recently closed on a $3 million seed funding round.
State Fair Beer Competition Provides Chance to Standout
The local craft beer scene may be oversaturated. But, the good news is that just means there are plenty of really good San Diego-brewed offerings to choose from.
SPORT: Hospitality, Tiered Pricing System Pay Off
For Cory Brightwell, CEO of the San Diego-based Chuze Fitness chain, with seven locations locally and 26 throughout the Southwest, what has kept the company steadily growing the past 11 years has been one thing: its focus on the guest experience.
New Eatery Appreciates Foodie Reputation, Access to Quality Foods
Ayesha Curry isn’t letting recent bad publicity — or her husband, NBA Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry’s highly-anticipated NBA Finals run — distract her from growing her booming food business.
DEVELOPMENT: Project Approvals to Move to City Development Services Dept.
Give us a chance, is what city planning officials are asking as they present plans to take over the downtown planning and permitting duties that have been handled by Civic San Diego — the independent agency created in 2012 to oversee downtown development.