Breweries Turn To New Way To Get Cash
Dan Selis likes being a trailblazer. Under Selis, who began Mission Brewery nearly a decade ago in a former Wonder Bread bakery near Petco Park, Mission was the first brewing company in California to sell a 32-ounce version of its craft beers. It was also the first in the state to make and sell an alcoholic version of root beer.
The busy investment arm of Qualcomm Inc. has spied another startup it hopes will go big.
San Diego-based Odonate Therapeutics has filed with the SEC to raise up to $173 million in an IPO.
ENERGY: Acquisition of Texas Utility Likely to Depend On Convincing State’s PUC
It wasn’t the sort of regulatory memo the head of a large public company looks forward to discussing on an earnings call. But the timing left Sempra Energy CEO Debra Reed little choice.
San Diego’s Arcturus Therapeutics is now on the public markets following a merger with Alcobra, previously based in Israel.
The European Commission might not complete its antitrust review of Qualcomm Inc.’s attempt to buy NXP Semiconductors N.V. until early 2018.
A cult classic. That’s what WD-40 Co. calls the four-wheel-drive vehicle it is upgrading and planning to auction for charity.
Zodiac Pool Solutions, the Vista-based manufacturer of residential pool equipment, plans to merge with a publicly traded Barcelona-based multinational group.
Carlsbad-based Alphatec in preliminary quarter three results reported revenue of $22.8 to $23.1 million.
San Diego drugmaker Ignyta Inc. is piggybacking off recent positive press by raising $160 million in a new stock offering.
Regulators with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have handed Neurocrine Biosciences a special classification for one of its drug programs, granting the company a number of perks.
RETAIL: Algae Product Connection, PR Firm And Attitude Led to S.D.
Galahad Clark reaches under the table at Swell Coffee Co. in Del Mar and peels off one shoe.
AGRICULTURE: Crop Values Up; Nurseries See Renewed Interest
The drought easing up last year and then officially ending in April contributed to a rebound in San Diego County’s agriculture industry.
Annie Lawless, the early co-founder of San Diego’s juice giant Suja Juice has launched a new venture in San Diego: a makeup company called Lawless.
Medical device and surgery company NuVasive has launched Modulus XLIF, titanium implants that are 3-D-printed, expanding the company’s surgical offerings.