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The San Diego Business Journal will host a forum on family-owned businesses with two panel discussions — one featuring local owners of family businesses and the other featuring experts who will speak to the unique challenges. Topics will cover a wide range of issues and include insights from multigenerational founders and perspectives from those assuming new leadership responsibilities. Members of the panels offer a preview here.
Private equity firm HCAP Partners has completed an undisclosed mezzanine debt investment in Progistics Distribution Inc., a company specializing in “last mile” delivery.
Michael Cato has joined Crosbie Gliner Schiffman Southard & Swanson LLP (CGS3) as partner and Jamie Altman Buggy and Collin Waring as associate attorneys, expanding its commercial real estate practice.
UTILITY: Sempra Subsidiaries’ Proposed Agreement Sets ROE
Leave it to a utility owner like Sempra Energy to eke out a bump in its stock price after negotiating away tens of millions of dollars in core revenue.
On His Path, Commerce Must Intersect With Community
Ryan Sisson wasn’t like the people he surrounded himself with.
San Diego County saw hotel property sales volume in 2016 decline 67.8 percent from the prior year, to $473.1 million, as the number of completed deals dropped from 30 to 21, according to the latest annual California data from Atlas Hospitality Group.
The U.S. Department of Energy has pledged up to $1.2 million in federal money to a wastewater demonstration project partly funded and overseen by a subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra Energy.
The Oakland-based Regents of the University of California have acquired a four-building office portfolio in San Diego’s Governor Park neighborhood for approximately $83.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
The University of San Diego announced Thursday the creation of the Center for Ethics, Economics and Public Policy.
Chicago, Dallas, Oakland, Florida, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, New Jersey. Mary Long’s career with major food manufacturers has taken her all over the map. She spent that time overseeing transportation, logistics and supply chain issues for big businesses such as Campbell’s Soup Co., General Mills and Pepsico. She recently left a vice president’s job with Domino’s Pizza Inc. in Ann Arbor, Mich. and made a detour — into academia.
LAW: Quick Resolution, Less Publicity Often Important Factors
Things were about to get ugly fast. Paperwork had already been drawn up for a wrongful termination lawsuit pitting a former San Diego-area CEO against his privately held former employer. Both sides were bracing for a crush of negative publicity.
LAW: 3,500 Visa Holders Seen As Vital to Innovation Economy
Not just anyone could have filled last year’s opening at Genben Lifesciences Corp. Founder Li Shen was looking for a bioinformatics scientist capable of applying advanced mathematical analysis to the human genome.
L’Auberge Del Mar recently completed a $4 million redesign of the luxury hotel’s guest rooms and meeting spaces.
Innovative Commercial Environments, a San Diego-based furniture dealership, has promoted Alysse Cooper to president.