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A new study by San Diego State and George Washington universities estimates the economic impact of the nation’s 41 post-season college bowl games at $1.5 billion per year, with benefits of individual events varying according to the timing of the competitions and prominence of the teams involved.
San Diego County Credit Union, the largest locally-owned financial institution in the county, said it had assets of $7.7 billion at the end of the third quarter were up 9 percent from the previous year.
San Diego-based alternative lender National Funding will give 8,000 tickets to the Holiday Bowl to first responders, such as police officers and firefighters, and military personnel, the company said.
San Diego-based firm Efficient Market Advisors LLC said it now directly or indirectly invests more than $1 billion on behalf of investor clients and their financial advisors through its investment portfolios of exchange traded funds.
Fifteen percent of San Diego-area technology executives surveyed recently expect to expand their IT teams in the first half of 2017, according to the latest report from Robert Half Technology, a technology recruitment firm that tracks IT hiring activity in the U.S.
Gentle Dental, a dental provider with 11 locations in San Diego County, participated in the 2016 Halloween candy give-back program with Operation Gratitude.
MyStartupXX, one of the few local startup accelerators for women entrepreneurs, is partnering with Athena San Diego to match successful female mentors with budding founders.
Two local startups that make water-saving technology will benefit from a grant recently awarded to Cleantech San Diego, which will ultimately get the startups’ products into buildings and homes.
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Bill Maris, the founder and former head of GV, formerly Google Ventures, reportedly is raising a $230 million venture capital fund that will be headquartered in San Diego, the popular technology news website Recode said this week.
SeaWorld San Diego is laying off 60 workers, as part of 320 nationwide job cuts announced Dec. 6 by its Florida-based parent firm, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.
Despite a hiring surge in health care and gains in hospitality, job growth in San Diego County will slow next year as the area’s high cost of living limits the inflow of job-seekers, according to a new report by Los Angeles-based Beacon Economics LLC.
Power plant operator Calpine Corp. has acquired San Diego-based Noble Americas Energy Solutions LLC, one of the nation’s leading energy retailers.
The value of San Diego County’s construction starts rose 29 percent from a year ago in the first 10 months of 2016, topping $3.61 billion, according to the latest monthly figures from Dodge Data & Analytics.
San Diego-based Innovative Industrial Properties Inc., a new investment company focused on medical-use cannabis facilities, plans a Dec. 6 close on a $67 million initial public offering of common stock that began on Dec. 1.