SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
Discount grocer Aldi Inc. announced that its first San Diego County store is planned for 1750 University Ave. in Vista, though the retailer did not disclose an opening timetable.
Intuit Inc., maker of popular financial software including TurboTax, Quicken and QuickBooks, is purchasing the four-building Carmel Valley office campus that it currently leases for $262.3 million, according to CoStar Group.
AMN Healthcare Services Inc. announced that it will acquire global health care staffing firm Lenexa, Kan.-based B.E. Smith for $160 million in cash.
The Council of Community Clinics announced the formation of a new primary care network called Integrated Health Partners, and the appointment of senior health care executive Sabra Matovsky to lead the new venture.
The Carlsbad City Council has voted to place a controversial retail and open-space development planned near the Agua Hedionda Lagoon on the ballot for a special election scheduled for Feb. 23, 2016.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies has named Nobel Prize-winning scientist Elizabeth Blackburn as president.
Qualcomm Inc. said that South Korean authorities are investigating the company.
ViaSat Inc. and Jet Aviation St. Louis announced plans to collaborate on a hybrid radome that will accommodate both Ku-band and Ka-band satellite communications.
San Diego port commissioners have approved a staff recommendation favoring Brigantine Inc.’s proposal to redevelop the current downtown waterfront site of the iconic Anthony’s Fish Grotto.
Novatel Wireless Inc. said Nov. 17 that its bank raised the amount of its revolving line of credit to $48 million.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition by Arthrex, a Florida-based orthopedic medical device company, to review a case where damages for patent infringement were awarded to San Diego-based KFx Medical Corp.
ID Analytics, a consumer risk management firm, announced the appointment of Eric Lindeen as the vice president of marketing, reporting directly to the CEO Scott Carter.
The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s measure of business confidence fell to its lowest point since the survey began in 2013, following three months of year-long lows as businesses reported low expectations for future revenue growth.
Property owners and brokers recently announced significant lease deals in Poway and Carlsbad, including General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.’s move to take 112,000 square feet in a Poway transaction valued at $4.2 million.
Viking Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical firm, announced Tuesday that it has filed an Investigational New Drug (IND) application with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a product candidate meant to treat high cholesterol and fatty liver disease.
A 400-room luxury InterContinental Hotel is planned for the southeast portion of the former Lane Field ballpark site in downtown San Diego, where construction is well underway to the north on a dual-branded Marriott hotel.
Illumina Inc. will get a place on the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index after the close of trading on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
The Small Business Administration has granted Miramar Federal Credit Union SBA lender status, the credit union said Monday, allowing it to participate in SBA-backed loans.
Shares in Carlsbad chipmaker MaxLinear Inc. were trading in early November at levels not seen in more than five years.
La Jolla-based Ambrx announced the appointment of Dr. Yong-Jiang Hei as chief medical officer, reporting directly to CEO Tiecheng "Alex" Qiao.