SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced that the city of San Diego has received a $3.4 million grant from the federal government to improve health and safety for individuals living in older homes.
Batu Biologics Inc., a biotechnology company developing a cancer vaccine that targets a tumor's blood vessels, announced the filing of an Investigational Drug Application (IND) with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its lead immune therapy, ValloVax.
Trustees of two local Glorioso family trusts have purchased the 34-unit Sunglen Apartments in Vista for $4.5 million, according to brokerage firm ACRE Investment Real Estate Services, which represented the buyer and seller.
The Carlsbad City Council has approved a ground lease agreement clearing the way for a 150-room expansion of the 250-room Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa on city-owned property adjacent to the municipal golf course.
Koriist, a high-tech company in residence at EvoNexus’ downtown technology incubator, has been chosen for funding by Cisco Systems Inc., according to Rory Moore, CEO of EvoNexus.
The apartment vacancy rate in San Diego County fell to 2.3 percent this fall, nearly halving the 4.1 percent vacancy rate from one year earlier, according to the San Diego County Apartment Association’s semi-annual survey of landlords.
MEI Pharma Inc., a San Diego-based oncology company focused on clinical development of cancer therapies, announced that it plans to offer up to $45 million in shares of its common stock in an underwritten public offering.
San Diego-based Jack in the Box and Pacifica Breeze Café of Del Mar have Dec. 17 openings slated at San Diego International Airport.
Sempra Energy, the holding company for San Diego Gas & Electric and other subsidiaries, said its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of 66 cents per share of common stock.
Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. acknowledged on Dec. 10 that it plans to transfer or lay off about 600 workers, with half in California and half outside the country.
DB Networks, a Carlsbad provider of cyber security for computer networks, said it obtained $17 million in new financing led by Grotech Ventures of Vienna, Va.
Minneapolis-based Target Corp. recently made a $10 million purchase of land in San Diego’s Del Sur neighborhood for a proposed new retail store, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Looking to grow its business in the Asia Pacific region, Carlsbad-based 3E Co. has opened a new office in Tokyo.
Kearny Mesa defense contractor Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 9 that it received a $12 million contract amendment to provide urban warfare training aids for the government of Canada.
La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co., a business developing therapies for life-threatening diseases, and George Washington University announced that they have entered into an exclusive worldwide license agreement.
Cali Oceanside LLC has purchased an Oceanside property housing a Jiffy Lube Plus auto care facility for approximately $2.95 million, according to brokerage company CBRE Group Inc., which represented the seller.
The operator of locally based Lars Remodeling & Design has purchased a Kearny Mesa office building for approximately $3 million, with plans to occupy the first floor as its new headquarters, according to Colliers International, which represented the seller.
US Airways is moving its local operations from Terminal 2 West to Terminal 2 East at San Diego International Airport, effective Dec. 11.
Chicago-based Invenergy Clean Power LLC announced the successful close of financing and the start of commercial operation of its Desert Green Solar Farm in Borrego Springs.
Sales of single-family houses in San Diego County fell nearly 22 percent in November from the prior month, and were down about 14 percent year over year, according to the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors.