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San Diego companies will be well represented at the 25th Annual Piper Jaffray Healthcare Conference set for Dec. 3-4 in New York City.
Market conditions are no longer right for Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. to refinance a $625 million bond, company CEO Eric DeMarco said recently.
Real Estate Column
San Diego County and the nation are in the midst of steady post-recession recovery when it comes to new construction projects, by most indicators; however, many contractors are not yet in a mood to celebrate.
STARTUPS: Co-Working Site Plans P.B. Location For Innovation, Inspiration
To Raymond Hivoral, the beach and entrepreneurship are like ice cream and a 90-degree day — they go together.
Bank merger activity slowed this year nationally, but prices paid are getting richer, according to a recent study by SNL Financial, a Virginia-based financial research firm.
FINANCE: Those Who Haven’t Saved May Find Golden Years Tarnished
As many older employees look at the time they have left before they retire, many realize they haven’t saved enough and are opting to continue working, local wealth advisers said.
San Diego-based Trigild has closed a $50.8 million sale of a Rancho Cucamonga office building for which it had been appointed receiver.
The European Union gave conditional approval to the purchase of Carlsbad-based Life Technologies Corp. by Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
San Diego’s unemployment rate for October was 7 percent, unchanged from September and matching the nation’s overall jobless rate for the same month, according to the state’s Employment Development Department.
San Diego County’s contracts awarded for future construction declined 1 percent from a year ago in the first 10 months of 2013, according to new data from McGraw Hill Construction.
FINANCE: Not All Agree Policy Exists or Is Needed
As of the end of September, the nation’s four largest banks held nearly $8 trillion — that’s trillion with a T — in combined assets.
Rick Bregman joined Bank of America in 1992 via the Security Pacific Bank merger. He was named San Diego market president in 2008.
Consumer lending will likely be extinct at many community banks thanks to the implementation of the Dodd-Frank comprehensive banking reform law, one local bank executive said.
The Helen Woodward Animal Center invites the public to support orphaned pets by shopping at the Orphaned Object Resale Store and newly revitalized pet supply boutique, Paws in the Ranch — now open at the center in Rancho Santa Fe.
Avalon Ventures and GlaxoSmithKline PLC have launched their first company, Sitari Therapeutics Inc., with a $10 million Series A financing from the companies’ $495 million joint funding alliance.