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Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, is coming to Kearny Mesa Dec. 12 to sign a naming rights agreement between his company and San Diego-based Bridgepoint Education.
The Control Group, a locally based Web development and online marketing firm, plans to invest more than $3 million as it expands into the MetroWork office condominium building in Little Italy.
The four teams are set for San Diego’s two college football bowl games at Qualcomm Stadium this month.
Best Western Plus Blue Sea Lodge in Pacific Beach has been reflagged as Blue Sea Beach Hotel, an independently branded and operated property, as it undergoes an extensive $5 million renovation.
The San Diego Workforce Partnership, the regional job training agency, added seven new members to its investment board.
With the two-year federal student loan default rate touching 10 percent, San Diego financial literacy website iGrad decided to survey college and university administrators nationwide to see if their students have the skills to survive the expense of higher education.
San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said that its defense systems subsidiary received a contract worth more than $70 million from an overseas customer.
A Miami jury awarded Lennar Corp. $1 billion in civil damages against California developer Nicolas Marsch and his company, Briarwood Capital LLC, on court findings of defamation and conspiracy to extort money from the company.
Welk Resort Group, the San Diego developer and operator of resort properties, said it closed a $158.7 million securitization backed by notes receivable from vacation ownership interests.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc.’s Public Safety & Security Solutions division recently received some $4.25 million in security system integration awards at New York’s World Trade Center facility.
Jack in the Box Inc. named a chief marketing officer and announced two other promotions.
A unit of San Diego-based Pacifica Cos. has purchased Emeritus at Escondido, an assisted-living health-care facility, for approximately $3 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
The California Coastal Commission will review plans for a new 650-room hotel complex at Liberty Station in Point Loma, proposed by a unit of San Diego-based The Corky McMillin Cos.
The city of San Diego is seeking California Coastal Commission authority to allow restaurants and tasting rooms at microbreweries located in industrial areas adjacent to coastal zones.
La Jolla-based Pico Holdings Inc. recently reported net income of $8.2 million for its third quarter of fiscal 2013, up from a $5.3 million loss posted in the same quarter of 2012.