Woodstock’s Pizza was founded in 1978 and is co-owned by Jeff and Laura Ambrose.
Takes 7,100 Square Feet in Irvine Co. Building at 501 W. Broadway
Bucking what had been a trend of sorts for law firms to leave downtown San Diego for suburban locations, Stoel Rives picked a very urban location for is new offices.
According to a press release, Katy Velazquez most-recently worked as the creative executive chef of Puesto, a local modern Mexican restaurant chain, before joining QDOBA.
LAW: Firm Nearly Doubled Revenue in 2018 to $40.6M
Tyson & Mendes LLP is experiencing quite a growth spurt, practically doubling its revenue in 2018 to $40.6 million.
It Was Alleged That School Poached Research Program; USC Admits Ethics Lapses
The University of Southern California will pay UC San Diego $50 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged USC improperly commandeered an Alzheimer’s
A collaboration between the U.S. Navy and SANDAG, the San Diego Association of Governments, will allow the parties to explore possible options for redevelopment of the Naval Base Point Loma Old Town Campus, near San Diego International Airport.
According to a press release, the sale will bring the company’s fleet down to six by the end of 2019 and reduce production by 70,000 tons of tuna.
According to a press release, Healthy Times is also launching two new products, including an organic baby teether and snack pack versions of its Hugga Bear Cookies.
According to a press release, Thirty Three Threads will now sell Salt & Honey’s microfiber grip products via more than 4,000 accounts in the United States and Canada as a result of the agreement.
Company Licenses Out Its Software on A Subscription Basis
While pursuing his degree in nanoengineering program, Nanome founder and CEO Steven McCloskey had an idea: Why not create a tool that makes it easier to visualize molecules, using computer graphics?
ThinkTank Innovation, a new tech incubator in UTC, shut down on Monday after its CEO and board were hit with fraud allegations in a lawsuit.
As per the purchase agreement, the Master Issuer is allowed to borrow up to $150 million of its Series 2019-1 Class A-1 notes on a revolving basis.
TOURISM: Property’s Past Gives It Unique Personality
Walk into the newly-opened The Guild Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, and there’s a sense of having stepped back in time, but not.
District Judge Lucy Koh denied Qualcomm's request for a stay after she found the company's licensing practices violated antitrust law.
According to a press release, the 2019 bonds, or Notes, are expected to be issued in a privately placed securitization transaction.