BUILDING: Co. Cultivates Trust, Dependability and Skill To Win Casino Contracts
In the last few years, an estimated $1 billion has been spent on renovations and expansions of casinos in San Diego County.
Downtown Development May Take a New Turn As Civic San Diego Loses Its Role in the Process
The demise of Civic San Diego as the arbiter of downtown development may slow approval of new projects or may lead to better oversight.
PROPERTY: Luxury Offering Short on Space, But Big on Amenities and Style
Tiny apartments — some so small that they’d almost qualify as walk-in closets — are making a go of it in downtown San Diego.
As the eyes of the tech world turned to U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s courtroom in San Diego last week with Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc. facing off in an antitrust battle with billions of dollars and Qualcomm’s licensing business at stake, the not-so-unexpected announcement finally came.
TECH: Conference Follows Cos. Focus In Applying Technology
At the Rady School of Management’s annual technology conference at UC San Diego, about 200 students, technology workers and leaders joined to discuss technology trends.
Most San Diegans can appreciate a good glass of beer. But few think about what’s left after the brewing process.
Cullgen, a San Diego-based biotechnology company, raised $16 million in a Series A funding round led by Sequoia Capital China and HighLight Capital.
Five new startups will join the San Diego International Airport’s accelerator program this summer. The Airport Innovation Lab picked companies for its second cohort since it launched the program in 2018.
• AirporTour, a San Diego-based company that is building interactive airport guides with audio tours. • Ciari Guitars Inc., a San Diego-based startup that makes foldable travel guitars. The company p
A division of Rady Children’s Hospital that deploys quick-turnaround genomic sequencing in puzzling cases has added six board members.
PhaseBio’s drug that aims to stop bleeding events received a breakthrough drug designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. That follows an initial public offering and promising test results.
Through a private stock placement Evofem Biosciences raised $30 million and said a second tranche is expected to provide up to $50 million more as the company gets closer to asking for regulatory approval of its birth control gel.
What’s spindly and gray, with twin tails and a backward-facing propeller? Nope, it’s not a riddle. It probably was what a lot of people at Montgomery Field were asking each other on April 17 as they viewed the strange aircraft on the other side of the chain-link fence.
Carlsbad-based Viasat Inc. announced April 16 that it signed a wholesale distribution agreement with Ruralweb in Brazil.
San Diego-based Cubic Mission Solutions, part of Cubic Corp., has signed a 12-year contract with the government of New Zealand to provide command and control capabilities to the Ministry of Defense’s Tactical Network project.
National City-based Citadel Defense signed a $1 million purchase contract with the Defense Logistics Agency on April 16.
For over 30 years, the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition has focused on supporting cyclists and improving biking infrastructure through education and advocacy. But, these days, the SDCBC has a new goal in the works.
A month after announcing it would be going out of business and closing all of its stores in 44 states and Puerto Rico, San Diego-based Charlotte Russe Holdings Corp. tweeted on April 11 that it plans on re-opening 100 retail locations.
ARCHITECT: Respect and Relationships Are Key Part Of Working With Tribes
For over 20 years, Delawie, a San Diego-based architectural firm, had its hands full as the sole architect for Qualcomm Inc. But, following a lawsuit that kept publicly-traded companies from sole-sourcing and instead required them to select via a bidding process in the mid-1990s, Delawie had some time on its hands.
San Diego’s commercial real estate markets in all sectors started 2019 with a burst of activity that brokers and analysts say is likely to continue.
Graduate students from the University of San Diego’s School of Business won a recent international real estate design competition — besting teams from such powerhouse schools as Harvard University, Columbia University and Cornell University.