Affordable Apartments Set for Mission Valley Civita Development

Sudberry Properties’ first mixed-use retail project in its Mission Valley Civita development will include 103 affordable apartments for seniors and 203 affordable apartments for families.

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Drug Salvage Operation May Be Salvation for Cancer Victims

John Hood turned a cast-off drug into a multibillion deal.

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Edico Takes Big Step Into Medical Records

BIOTECH: Partnership to Put Genomics Data in Files

San Diego’s Edico Genome recently inked a deal to incorporate genomics data into electronic medical records, a cutting-edge space for which the company appears to be well positioned.

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AbacusNext Leases New Building

Company moving in May.

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Crinetics Pharmaceuticals Raises $63.5 Million in Series B Round

San Diego biotech Crinetics Pharmaceuticals, taking aim at endocrine-related cancers and endocrine disorders, raised $63.5 million through a Series B financing round.

Microlender Accion Reports Lending $3.6M to SoCal Businesses in 2017

Accion's new Rapid Loan program streamlines the process of getting smaller loans, which the organization said it expects to lead to a higher volume of lending this year.

InnovaSystems Awarded $25.4M Defense Contract

InnovaSystems International LLC is being awarded a $25.4 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract...

OUR VIEW: Qualcomm Should Remain Independent

From our view, there was nothing to like, and much to dread, if Broadcom had succeeded in taking control of Qualcomm.

Bankruptcy Sale on Tap for Orexigen Therapeutics

Orexigen’s weight-loss prescription drug, Contrave, didn’t meet sales expectations, running afoul of an agreement with creditors, according to court documents.

Investors Clear Path For Bank’s Initiatives

BANKING: Funding Backs Fintech Plans, Possible IPO

San Diego’s Silvergate Bank plans to go public as soon as this year — and its prescient bet on fintech has helped it prepare by more than doubling its equity capital, bringing on a dozen new strategic investors — including its first-ever cryptocurrency client.

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Qualcomm Stock Down 5 Percent Following Order Barring Broadcom Bid

The deal was prohibited at the recommendation of a Treasury Department committee that reviews transactions for nation security implications.

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Vista Medical Office Building Sold For Nearly $7.7M

Offices are next to Tri-City Medical Centre.

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University City Building Sold For $10.8M

Office building was recently remodeled.

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Trump Blocks Broadcom Bid to Acquire Qualcomm

The order directs Broadcom to end its proposed takeover of the San Diego tech giant.

Investment Banker Focuses on Fiscal Health of Local Cos.

FUNDING: Crean Brings Strategic Alternatives For Finding Growth Capital

Traditionally, venture capital funding is the blood that pumps the heart of a life science company. But, if you ask David Crean, it’s not the only way.

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Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa Gets New General Manager

Noble House Hotels & Resorts appointed Michael Feeley general manager of the Mission Bay hotel.

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Reed to Retire as Sempra CEO

Sempra Energy CEO and president Debra Reed plans to retire in May, ending a 40-year career with Sempra companies, and on the heels of a multi-billion deal.

Broadcom, in Hastening HQ Move to U.S., Disgruntles Feds Investigating Qualcomm Bid

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which is investigating Broadcom's proposal to acquire Qualcomm, said the transaction would harm national security.

Teradata Corp. Names First COO, CMO

About two-thirds of Teradata's leadership team are based in San Diego.

Health Care Heroes: Leader Builds Legacy at North County Health Services

NONPROFIT: Cota Helped Grow Organization To 13 Clinics, 700 staff

Irma Cota recalls the beginnings of her health care career in the most simple way: As a young farmworker traveling the Central Valley with her sister, mom and aunt, she was one of the few workers who fluently spoke English and Spanish, so she frequently was put into a role as an interpreter.

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