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Carlsbad-based Callaway Golf Co. recently added a director to its board, declared a quarterly dividend and announced it was bringing a new line of golf clubs to market.
San Diego’s AleSmith Brewing Co. has signed agreements to distribute its craft beers in Minnesota and Virginia.
Cohu Inc. — the Poway business that makes machines to test and inspect semiconductors — reported a net loss of $72,000 on net sales of $75.2 million for the second quarter.
Maxwell Technologies Inc., a maker of energy storage devices called ultracapacitors, said on July 30 that it was in the process of restructuring, reducing head count and consolidating U.S. manufacturing operations, all in order to reach profitability.
Taiwanese sporting goods manufacturer Quan Shen will build a $25 million manufacturing facility in Tijuana next year to make golf club heads, creating 800 jobs.
Foreign exchange rates continue to dampen Callaway Golf Co.’s game, but the company is seeing more quarterly profit than last year.
Callaway Golf Co. said on July 27 that it signed 22-year-old Ollie Schniederjans to a sponsorship agreement. Financial terms were not disclosed.
PRODUCTION: The Co. Finds Success in Preserving Its Brands’ Identities
There aren’t many Southern California companies that can claim they’re connected to a 19th century French aeronaut.
Cali Bamboo LLC, a San Diego-based manufacturer of bamboo flooring and other bamboo products, has been acquired by private equity firm High Road Capital Partners, the companies said Wednesday.
Carlsbad health tech firm RF Surgical Systems Inc. will be acquired by Dublin-based Medtronic for roughly $235 million, according to a recent press release.
WD-40 Co. — which does a global business selling its lubricants, soaps and other chemicals — reported net income of almost $11 million on net sales of $92.5 million for its third quarter, which ended on May 31.
BUILDING: Adding Feature to New Houses Costs $10,000
Every house in KB Home’s latest San Diego development comes standard with a feature designed to attract drought-conscious consumers. All 52 homes are equipped with a gray water system to convert used water from showers, bathroom sinks and washing machines into water ready for lawn sprinklers and outdoor fountains.
San Diego exported a record $18.6 billion worth of goods last year, up about $700 million from 2013, the U.S. Department of Commerce said Thursday.
Drug developer Celladon Corp. announced that it will suspend all research and development activities.
Fifteen San Diego companies received $10,000 each on Wednesday from the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp., part of a JPMorgan Chase & Co.-backed initiative to boost the area’s international exports.