SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Qualcomm to Cut 125 From San Diego Offices

Qualcomm will cut 125 employees from its offices in San Diego and Raleigh.

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RF Industries Chalks Up 87 Percent Growth

RF Industries, which makes specialized electronic connectors, said it increased annual sales 87 percent in the recently ended fiscal year. Fiscal 2018 sales were approximately $58 million, compared to $31 million in fiscal 2017.

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Business Calendar for Week of December 10, 2018

Business events scheduled in the county.

Mattis: Military Needs Sustained Funds, High-Tech Tools

Defense Secretary James Mattis called for continued, robust defense spending during a Dec. 1 appearance at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, and appealed for help from California’s advanced technology sector. I

Oxeia Leading the Pack on Potential Concussion Treatments

Oxeia Leading the Pack on Potential Concussion Treatments

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Finding Some New Favorites

From new coffee shops to a new mezcal (or mescal) bar and tasting room, San Diego continues to grow its food and beverage scene with a bushel full of openings starting this holiday season through 2019.

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Making Some Changes

Although definitely not new to the neighborhood, some others around town are getting some pretty noteworthy facelifts.

Hit the Surf or Savor the Seclusion at This Encinitas Beach House

This home on the bluff in Encinitas embodies everything the term “luxury beach house” conjures up.

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Philathropy: Midway Foundation Backs JFS’ Military Service

Jewish Family Service of San Diego was awarded a $10,000 grant from the USS Midway Foundation to support its Hand Up Food Pantry, which provides groceries, diapers and other essentials to local military families and other San Diegans in need.

Local Spending Pays Off For the Community

When small business fails, we are all impacted but rarely understand why.

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Escondido Industrial Buildings Sold For $5.9M

More purchases planned by Orange County firm

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Piano Building Sold For $2.9M

Building was fully occupied.

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H2bid’s Strategy Is to Become a Valuable Utility Player

TECH: Subscription Model Connects Vendors And Builders to Utilities

A lack of competition in bidding for utility projects drove Glenn Oliver to create his own business.

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Multifamily Buying Spree Targets Changing Rental Scene

Sunroad Enterprises of San Diego went on a buying binge in November, scooping up apartment complexes in Arizona, Nevada and Washington state. Sunroad declined to say how much it spent on the acquisitions.

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Concentration Of Precision Health Companies

Precision health factors in a person’s genes, medical history, environment and more for diagnosis and treatment.

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Airport Authority Sees a New Terminal 1 Helping Land Business, Cut Traffic, Make Impression

Planning is underway for up to $3 billion worth of improvements to San Diego International Airport, including replacement of the airport’s aging Terminal 1 building, construction of a new road onto and off the property, more parking and an additional taxiway for commercial airliners, as well as a new administration building.

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Procopio Expands Office Space

The full-service business and litigation AmLaw 200 firm’s downtown San Diego and Del Mar Heights offices now have a combined 62,000 square feet of space that was either added or refurbished.

Verimatrix Plans $143M Sale to French Security Company

French software company Inside Secure plans to acquire San Diego-based Verimatrix for $143 million.

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LunaDNA Launches Platform Giving Shares for DNA Data

LunaDNA’s first-of-its-kind platform giving shares for contributing DNA data got approval earlier this week from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Following Misconduct Allegations, Lam Research CEO Leaves Qualcomm’s Board

Lam Research CEO Martin Anstice left the company due to misconduct allegations. The newly elected member will also leave Qualcomm's board.