SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
Pizza Port Brewing Co.’s craft beer will be distributed outside of Southern California for the first time, as Southern Wine & Spirits of Nevada, an alcoholic beverage distribution company, introduces it to the Las Vegas and Reno markets.
Cox Communications, whose subsidiary Cox San Diego, provides cable and Internet services to about 500,000 households here, said it doubled the speeds of its two most popular Internet service packages without increasing the price.
Inflexus Management, a San Diego property management firm, said it acquired Diego Homes Property Management Group, a local management firm focused mainly on single-family homes and small apartments, for an undisclosed price.
San Diego-based Otonomy Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, announced the appointment of Anthony Yost as chief commercial officer.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego plans to open a Marilyn Monroe Spas facility.
Two companies — Northrop Grumman Corp.’s Information Systems Sector and Computer Sciences Corp. — received indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contracts letting them bid on software engineering work worth tens of millions of dollars.
Envision Solar International Inc., a San Diego maker and provider of solar energy systems, said it received multiple purchase orders for its solar products in less than 30 days that totaled more than $2 million.
A phased-in minimum wage increase required of businesses located in the city of San Diego that would have raised the wage from $9 to $11.50 by 2017 will be put to a public vote on June 2016 following a unanimous 9-0 vote by the San Diego City Council.
San Diego-based Apricus Biosciences Inc. announced that it has acquired $10 million in financing to purchase licensing from Finland-based Forendo Pharma to develop and commercialize an investigational treatment for urological conditions in men.
Stone Brewing Co., the Escondido juggernaut that recently struck deals to build breweries in both Virginia and Berlin, said it plans to open a distribution center for its national clients in Vista.
Northrop Grumman Corp. said on Oct. 16 that its JCREW system — an electronic signal jammer designed to foil roadside bombs — made it through an extensive battery of tests at five Defense Department facilities in preparation for deployment in 2015.
StackIQ, a Solana Beach software maker specializing in products to manage large infrastructures, said that it received $6 million in series B funding.
Electronic Control Systems and Green Total Solutions, both based in Poway, were acquired by Albireo Energy LLC of New Jersey for an undisclosed price.
Epic Sciences Inc. announced the appointment of Michael Giske as chief information officer.
The Federal Transit Administration signed a key document approving the environmental review of the Mid-Coast Trolley Project.
KIO Networks, a Mexico-based Internet services provider, said it concluded the final regulatory process of acquiring redIT, a San Diego-based provider of information technology data centers.
A workshop on how women-owned small businesses can get federal contracts is scheduled for Oct. 22 at San Diego State University.
The San Diego Planning Commission has forwarded to City Council a controversial $650 million mixed-use development, called One Paseo, proposed for Carmel Valley.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of October 20, 2014, and beyond.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced several contract wins in the seven-day span of Oct. 9-15.