SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
The UC San Diego Health System is in talks with Eisenhower Medical Center in the Coachella Valley to form a partnership that could potentially lead to the expansion of the Rancho Mirage hospital into a teaching and research hospital, according to The Desert Sun newspaper and a UCSD spokesman.
Cyanogen Inc., a Seattle company that has created its own operating system for smartphones, has attracted an undisclosed amount of investment from Qualcomm Inc.
Retrophin Inc. announced the closing of its previously announced underwritten public offering of 7,866,000 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $19 per share, including 1,026,000 shares sold pursuant to the full exercise of the underwriters’ option.
Locally based hospitality property operator Eat.Drink.Sleep plans a March 26 opening for its new restaurant and renovated golf course at Lakehouse Hotel & Resort in San Marcos.
WD-40 Co., a San Diego-based maker of specialty lubricants, soap and chemicals, announced its regular quarterly dividend of $0.38 per share, payable April 30 to stockholders of record at the close of business on April 16.
GKN Aerospace — which has factories in El Cajon and Mexicali, Mexico — said earlier this year that it agreed to supply Rolls-Royce PLC with components for the latest version of the Trent 1000 engine.
Affiliates of Anaheim-based Milan Capital Management have purchased a five-building retail center in Chula Vista for $18.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
A new location of the Johnny Rockets hamburger restaurant is set to open this spring at the Vista location of Boomers family entertainment center, according to center operator Palace Entertainment.
Biocept Inc., a San Diego-based molecular oncology diagnostics company, announced Tuesday that it has entered into a clinical collaboration with the University of California, San Diego Moores Cancer Center.
Shares of Callaway Golf Co. gained more than 11 percent in value on March 23, and then backtracked 3 percent in after-hours trading.
It’s official: every San Diego Chargers game in the 2015 season will be televised.
Sempra Energy announced its subsidiary, Port Arthur LNG, has requested that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission initiate the pre-filing review for the company’s proposed Port Arthur LNG natural gas liquefaction and export facility in Port Arthur, Texas.
Chelsea Investment Corp. of Carlsbad has completed and opened Versa at Civita, a $27.7 million, 150-unit apartment complex featuring affordable apartments for seniors 55 and older in Mission Valley.
San Diego-based Huntington Capital, a provider of growth capital to lower-middle market companies, announced the final closing of its third fund, Huntington Capital Fund III L.P., with $91.7 million of total capital commitments.
Investor Andrew Lisowski has acquired the Carlsbad Corporate Center office property in Carlsbad for approximately $4.26 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap Inc., which represented the seller.
Shares of MEI Pharma Inc. lost more than two-thirds of their value Monday after the San Diego biotech said its cancer drug Pracinostat failed a Phase 2 clinical trial.
Wakeland Housing and Development Corp of San Diego has closed on financing for its planned $79.3 million Atmosphere affordable housing project in downtown San Diego, according to U.S. Bank.
Mark Harrison has been appointed chief financial officer for UC San Diego Health Sciences, overseeing a budget of more than $2.4 billion for the university.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc., parent company of SeaWorld San Diego and the Aquatica water park in Chula Vista, has named Joel Manby as its new president and CEO, effective April 7.
Pulse Electronics Corp. reported a net loss of $9.6 million on net sales of $80.1 million for its fourth quarter.