PRODUCTION: Battery Maker Increases Revenue, Monitors Tariff Situation
Like any good salesman, J.D. Johnson reacted when he heard on the early morning news that Lime was having trouble with its scooter batteries.
San Diego investor Shayne Skaff has launched a new incubator for software and data science companies. Dubbed, “the Sandbox,” the program is aimed exclusively at software-as-a-service companies, machine learning, and other data-heavy applications.
Japan sticks out as San Diego biotech’s most valuable international trading partner. Elsewhere in Asia, regional biotechs like Tocagen are gaining a foothold in China through partnerships with Chinese firms.
PROPERTY: Older Homeowners Can Use Equity in Home for Move
Senior living projects are popping up at an increasing rate in San Diego County as developers hope to tap an exploding market which many said is vastly underserved.
With its sawtooth roofline and its big, multipaned windows, the old Consolidated aircraft factory looks like something from a black-and-white movie. The U.S. Navy, which owns it, thinks the 48.7 acres beneath it could go to a better use. The same goes for 21.8 acres nearby holding a warehouse and parking lot.
For Solana Beach resident, Sheila Olinger, the convenience of flying out of an airport that is smaller, closer to home and has $5 all-day parking made taking the first-ever California Pacific Airlines flight Nov. 2 from Carlsbad’s McClellan-Palomar Airport a no-brainer.
Renovating a Sorrento Mesa office building paid off in a big way for Montana Avenue Capital Partners, LLC.
New Plan Aims to Equip Underutilized Workforce For Ever Increasing Demands of Innovation Economy
San Diego County faces a steep challenge when it comes to preparing enough workers with the right skills to fill high-tech jobs in the coming decade, a recent study found.
San Diego has untapped potential to contribute to the local economy among millennials, veterans, women and minorities, a recent analysis produced by the San Diego Regional Chamber Foundation has found.
DEFENSE: Study Forecasts Additional 3.7% Growth In Fiscal 2019
Sailors and Marines. Ships, aircraft and military machinery. That is San Diego, yesterday and today.
The drive northward up Ingraham Drive from Garnet Avenue in Pacific Beach quickly rises from about 70 feet above sea level to nearly 300 feet above sea level in just under one mile. As Ingraham Drive turns into La Jolla’s Foothill Drive, off to the east is a secluded neighborhood of homes with drop dead coastline and bay views.
The ninth annual Miracle Babies gala, themed “Minuit à Versailles,” took place recently at the Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa.
With a third-quarter net loss of $9.7 million on revenue of $33.7 million, ultracapacitor-maker Maxwell Technologies Inc. hopes a changing business model means better times ahead.
DEFENSE: Knowing Inside Machinations Helps in Planning
Every year, San Diego defense and aerospace companies spend six-figure sums on lobbyists, who represent their clients before government leaders in Washington, D.C.
After a record-smashing John G. Watson Quick Pitch competition, the three entities that went in on this year’s contest are aiming for an even taller goal.
PROPERTY: Tech Cos. Pursue Young Talent, Vibrant Environment
A rash of new apartment construction in downtown San Diego is having an unexpected side effect of ratcheting up demand for downtown office space.
Certona, a fast-growing San Diego software company, moved into a new Sorrento Valley headquarters.
Building is the latest of several recent acquisitions by Irvine Co.
GOVERNMENT: From Reimbursement to Education, Efforts Made
Samumed has yet to put a drug on the market, but the company wants the ear of osteoarthritis policymakers and advocacy groups.