E-Commerce Startup Aims to Deliver for Independent Grocers
Mercato, a San Diego startup building an e-commerce platform for independent grocers, recently closed a $4 million funding round.
STARTUPS: Eleven Companies Affected By Sudden Closure
With its CEO and board members facing allegations in a civil lawsuit, tech incubator ThinkTank Innovation Inc. suddenly shut down on July 8.
Its microOrgan Platform Provides More Human-Like Testing Opportunities
StemoniX — a San Diego biotech that grows micro organs from stem cells for drug testing — moved into a larger research facility this month.
A Miramar office building has been sold to Tappan Corp. of Lake Forest for $13.9 million.
A historic mixed-use building in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter has been sold to an undisclosed buyer for nearly $6.3 million.
Irvine Co. Office Properties has leased a 38,000 square foot building in Sorrento Mesa to PCI Pharma Services.
An El Cajon industrial warehouse has been leased for $2.4 million.
It Was Alleged That School Poached Research Program; USC Admits Ethics Lapses
The University of Southern California will pay UC San Diego $50 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged USC improperly commandeered an Alzheimer’s
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will consider giving marketing approval to Neurocrine Biosciences’ drug for Parkinson’s disease.
Illumina’s stock fell 16% in after-hours trading after the company reduced its revenue expectations for the second quarter and the rest of 2019.
A collaboration between the U.S. Navy and SANDAG, the San Diego Association of Governments, will allow the parties to explore possible options for redevelopment of the Naval Base Point Loma Old Town Campus, near San Diego International Airport.
According to a press release, the sale will bring the company’s fleet down to six by the end of 2019 and reduce production by 70,000 tons of tuna.
MANUFACTURING: Co. Forecasts $12 Million in Revenue for 2019
Cullen Raichart has always had a knack for mechanics and machinery. As a teenager, he remembers helping his dad solve a problem he had with a machine by taking a part out of another machine and putting them together.
PROPERTY: 90,000 Square Feet Planned
After several false starts, a redesigned retail portion of San Elijo Hills Town Center that will include the final pieces of the more than 3,500-home community covering 1,920 acres in southwest San Marcos is nearing completion.
Carlsbad-based coworking company signed a lease to open a new space in Washington D.C. It's the fourth lease the company has signed so far this year.
An international partnership led by Scripps Research on July 10 pulled in a $129 million grant to bring a potential HIV vaccination into clinical testing.