Company announces new CEO, says CFO is leaving.
NuVasive Inc. said Aug. 9 that it has formed a strategic partnership with Germany-based Siemens Healthineers.
Winning proposal by Stefan Savage and Geoff Voelker was titled “Evaluating Security Outcomes: Applying Evidence-based Security to Improve Cybersecurity Risk.”
A vacant historic former retirement home and Catholic convent in La Mesa will be resurrected as a 130-unit apartment complex in a $40 million joint venture by Pathfinder Partners and Silvergate Development.
MEDICINE: Bringing Services to the Consumer Is Trend in Health Care
Forget far-off appointments and long drives to the doctor’s office.
Ocean Beach resident Jarrod Russell, 35, has had an eclectic career.
Preview of San Diego Next Top Business Leaders Under 40 Finalists
ENERGY: Company Aims For Less Waste, More Safe, And Less Expensive Model
Naysayers are nothing new for General Atomics. While others say nuclear power is on the decline, the privately held company is betting on a vision of small reactors cooled by helium gas.
Competing congressional priorities are clouding the path forward for an effort to kill a 2.3 percent excise tax on medical device makers, San Diego’s NuVasive and ResMed among them.
Cubic Corp. reported net income of $6.3 million on net sales of $296.2 million for its third quarter, which ended June 30.
Sempra Energy subsidiary SoCalGas announced on Aug. 8 that it will settle certain legal claims against it stemming from the leak at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility.
The new locations will help the company keep up with the growing demand in those regions.
The deadline for nominations is Oct. 22.
FINANCE: Conditions Seen As Continuing Through 2019
A University City-based investment bank that advises companies on mergers and acquisitions has beefed up its roster in expectation of a surge of M&A activity.
Joe Quinn, chief financial officer of defense contractor Epsilon Systems Solutions, needed to close a deal before year’s end.