SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
An investment entity recorded as 42nd Street Apartments LLC has purchased the 88-unit Forest Glen Condominiums in Oceanside for $14.2 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap Inc., which represented the buyer and seller.
Some of the business events happening in the county for the week of April 14, 2014.
Petco Animal Supplies Inc. plans to establish a new headquarters and support center in Rancho Bernardo, as the San Diego-based retailer consolidates operations currently located at sites in Miramar and Scripps Ranch.
BofI Federal Bank, formerly Bank of Internet USA, said it’s agreed to buy H&R Block’s bank business for an undisclosed price.
A jury has ordered medical device maker NuVasive Inc. to pay $30 million to Ventura-based NeuroVision Medical Products Inc. for infringing on the trademark “NeuroVision.”
Biotech and tech stocks have been in a slump for the past three weeks, evidenced in part by the 3.1 percent drop in the Nasdaq Composite — the worst one day percentage decline, according to MarketWatch, since November 2011.
EcoATM, the maker of automated kiosks for trading in unwanted cellphones which was acquired by Outerwall for $350 million last year, named Maria Stipp as new president.
Discount retailer Grocery Outlet plans an April 17 opening for its new store at 350 N. 2nd Street in El Cajon. It will be the ninth San Diego County location for the Berkeley-based company.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. of Poway received a four-year, $141.4 million U.S. Air Force delivery order for work on the Block 50 ground control station for unmanned aircraft.
Sven Erik Ulsteen, pleaded guilty to using forged and counterfeit securities to fleece more than $2 million from California investors, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
A state legislative committee has tabled a bill that would have banned the use of performing orcas at SeaWorld San Diego.
The newly expanded terminal and related upgrades at San Diego International Airport, completed last year in the $907 million Green Build project, have received Platinum certification in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Stock for San Diego flavor maker Senomyx Inc. rose after the company signed a new deal with PepsiCo to develop chemicals that will “restore the desired salty taste in products with reduced salt.”
The San Diego Business Journal has opened nominations for its inaugural supplement — Best of the Bar 2014 — which will showcase the top San Diego attorneys in private practice who are chosen by their peers.
The Food and Drug Administration has halted the study of Halozyme Therapeutics Inc.’s pancreatic cancer treatment trial, just few days after the company voluntary stopped patient enrollment in the drug’s clinical trials.
Investor QWN Ltd. of Hong Kong has purchased the leasehold on a La Jolla retail building housing CVS Pharmacy for approximately $8 million, according to brokerage company Lee & Associates, which represented the seller.
WD-40 Co., the San Diego-based maker of household products, reported fiscal 2014 second quarter net sales of $94.2 million, up 9 percent from the like quarter of the previous year.
Five San Diego County construction companies stand to collectively gain up to $99 million in contracts over five years, following a decision by the U.S. Navy’s facilities command.
The California Department of Public Health could fine Palomar Health up to $250,000 in connection with the theft of flash drives containing patient data.
The San Diego City Council appointed a longtime lifeguard to complete the term of former council member and now Mayor Kevin Faulconer.