Items of interest about people in 2018 The San Diego 500, The Book of Influential Business Leaders:
Debra Schwartz, president and CEO of Mission Federal Credit Union, has been re-elected to the board of the National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions for a third three-year term.
RETAIL: He Says He Might Have Platform for $1B Company
You can call bamboo wood or you can call it grass. Cali Bamboo continues to grow like the latter.
FINANCE: Ansun Led the Way With $85M Series A
Investment in San Diego-based life sciences companies hit a record high $427.5 million in the second quarter of 2018, according to a July CBRE Group Inc. report.
BUILDING: Diverse Roles Are Offered in High Demand Sector
Theresa DeMarco has worked as a structural steel welder, ran her own construction company and is a project manager for Emmerson Construction in San Diego.
Sara M. Bonstein has been named the new chief operating officer and chief financial officer of San Diego-based OncoSec Medical.
Construction Co.’s Culture Creates Value Proposition for Clients and Employees
In an industry that has failed to attract women in significant numbers, Johnson & Jennings General Contracting stands out.
Comic-Con’s invasion of San Diego for the 49th time this week will essentially kick off the public campaign to expand the San Diego Convention Center by more than 300,000 square feet at a cost of about $685 million.
EvoNexus, the startup incubator with an office in La Jolla, recently announced the addition of six executives to its board of directors.
DINING: Co. to Open Local Plant; Pricing May Be Challenge
It wasn’t until March of this year, after introducing his creation at the Natural Products Expo West, a natural, organic and healthy goods event in Anaheim, that Zhicong “Zack” Kong, CEO and founder of TwentyFifty Fork, a compostable cutlery company, decided to speed up plans to begin mass manufacturing his natural grain-based fork.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced the receipt of multiple contracts on July 16.
TCT president Jason Linley becomes SSP's director of mobile product management.
Irras Ab, which is legally headquartered in Stockholm but with the bulk of operations in La Jolla, won U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for its flagship device that reduces the chances of infection while helping doctors lessen pressure at the site of trauma.
David Karow was recently named CEO of Human Longevity, which comes after Craig Venter announced his retirement from the role on May 24.
Acquired company generates more than $200 million in annual revenue from customers including educational, correctional and healthcare facilities.
Workers at the General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard are cleaning up after one of its dry docks flooded unexpectedly on July 11.