SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
Cubic Corp., the San Diego defense contractor and mass transit fare collection systems provider, said it completed the acquisition of Serco’s Transport Solutions business for $70 million.
San Diego-based Trigild has closed a $50.8 million sale of a Rancho Cucamonga office building for which it had been appointed receiver.
The Obama administration is delaying online enrollment for its small business health exchange by one year.
The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded Escondido-based American Innotek Inc. a sole-source contract for disposable solid-waste relief bags.
The Pentagon signed a $15 million contract with San Diego-based Coast Citrus Distributors, which has agreed to provide fresh fruits and vegetables through mid-2015.
Carlsbad-based West Living, which owns and operates hospitality-based senior living communities, plans to develop a new assisted living and memory care community in Corona.
Pulse Electronics Corp., a San Diego based maker of electronic components, recently shipped its 2 billionth antenna.
The European Union gave conditional approval to the purchase of Carlsbad-based Life Technologies Corp. by Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy has acquired the 200 megawatt Hereford 1 Wind Project in the Texas Panhandle from Lincoln Renewable Energy, EDF announced.
A local environmental group has filed a lawsuit challenging the California Coastal Commission’s October approval of plans for a $520 million expansion of San Diego Convention Center.
Providence Perris Apartments LLC of Encinitas has acquired the 122-unit Royal Oaks, a senior apartment community in San Marcos, for approximately $18.8 million.
San Diego’s unemployment rate for October was 7 percent, unchanged from September and matching the nation’s overall jobless rate for the same month, according to the state’s Employment Development Department.
The U.S. Air Force recently said it awarded Mission Valley-based Ahntech Inc. a $12.4 million deal to provide services at several Air Force training ranges.
Samuel Kephart has been appointed interim president and CEO of the World Trade Center San Diego, the organization announced Nov. 26. He succeeds Steven Weathers, who announced his resignation, effective Dec. 4, for personal reasons.
Pacific Imperial Railroad named David Rohal as president of the company, effective Dec. 1.
GlaxoSmithKline PLC will open a new office in San Diego at the start of the year, as the British pharmaceutical giant aims to expand its reach on the West Coast.
Qualcomm Inc. announced on Nov. 25 that the Chinese government is investigating the company in relation to China’s anti-monopoly law.
Qualcomm Inc.’s sale of its subsidiary Omnitracs Inc. to Vista Equity Partners has been finalized, the company announced.
San Diego County’s contracts awarded for future construction declined 1 percent from a year ago in the first 10 months of 2013, according to new data from McGraw Hill Construction.
A company that creates booster technology for strengthening weak cellular signals for voice, data and video reception on cellphones and other such devices announced the opening of an innovation center in Sorrento Valley.