SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Labor Dispute Prompts Two Weeks Cancellation for National Lacrosse League

The team’s inaugural home game will now be on Jan. 12, against the Rochester Knighthawks at Valley View Casino Center.

San Diego VCs Hit the Road in Investment Show

Four San Diego investors launched their own reality TV show, "VCs in a Van," showing how startup investments take place offstage.

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LRAD Makes $3.2M Sale

Rancho Bernardo-based LRAD Corp. said it received a $3.2 million order from the National Guard for an undisclosed number of 100X MAG-HS kits, one of its high-decibel sound systems able to send intelligible communications over very long distances.

Business Events Calendar for Week of November 19, 2018

Business events scheduled in the county.

Nonprofit LISC Looks to Give Little Saigon Chance to Develop

FINANCE: Banks Back Efforts; Infrastructure and Housing Part of the Plans

Many years into the future, when out-of-town visitors decide they want to grab a great bowl of pho, they may head en masse to San Diego’s Little Saigon district — just as today’s tourists go to Little Italy for pasta.

Certona Eyes Adjacent Markets, International Expansion

Years of steady growth carried Certona from its beginnings as a tech startup in small warehouse space to one of San Diego’s top software companies.

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The Missed Opportunities From A Lack of Diversity Are Costly

Leaders of San Diego startup and investment organizations shared what they are working on to advance representation through their work, and what opportunities they see in San Diego. They shared their thoughts during a Nov. 13 panel discussion hosted at Connect’s offices downtown.

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Report: Jobs Increase in Life Sciences Sector

Employment in the life sciences sector in San Diego County rose 15.4 percent year over year, according to a recent report.

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Westcore’s $11.6M Auction Bid Is a Winner in Many Ways

A prime piece of Sorrento Valley real estate has been scooped up by Westcore Properties, which is still figuring out what to do with it.

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Some Areas Still Have Not Recovered From Housing Crisis

San Diego neighborhoods that were hardest hit by the housing crisis have yet to recover.

Co.’s Printing Technology Gives It New Capabilities, New Focus

Forecast 3D liked its new, industrial-sized printing machines so much, it got more.

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Urbanite Moves

Mission Valley Is Hot for Office Projects Which in Turn Bring More Multifamily, Creating a Wave of Urbanization

Mission Valley is about to undergo a surge in office redevelopment.

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CRE Markets Don’t See Downside As Sectors Keep Flourishing

PROPERTY: Strong Labor Market, San Diego’s Popularity Stoke Momentum

Commercial real estate in general is booming in San Diego, with many brokers expecting a strong finish to 2018 in most sectors.

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Benefit Attendees Applaud, Assist Scripps’ Lifesaving Role

More than 300 people attended the third annual benefit concert for Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas recently at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach.

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Arena Nets $800M Upfront in Licensing Deal

Arena Pharmaceuticals on Nov. 15 announced a drug licensing deal that provides the company with ample cash to devote to other medicines in its pipeline.

New Plan Aims to Equip Underutilized Workforce For 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.

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Co. Catches the Fish, Then Tries to Hook Customers

FISHING: Awarded Grant To Promote Consumption Of Wider Selection of Fish

One fish, two fish .... The Dr. Seuss storybook title pretty much sums up how Dave Rudie came across his latest fish discovery: opah.

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Demographics Lead Developers to Senior Housing Projects

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.

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After First Flight, Airline Looks to Connect With More Travelers

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.

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ScaleMatrix, HPE, open high-performance computing center in San Diego

San Diego data center company ScaleMatrix will partner with Hewlett Packard Enterprises to open a new center for hybrid high-performance computing.