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The Carlsbad Desalination Plant that began construction last year, and claims to be the largest desalination plant in the western hemisphere, is 65 percent complete, said developer Poseidon Water.
Café Gratitude, which operates organic and vegan restaurants in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas, plans an early 2015 opening in downtown San Diego’s Little Italy.
The University of California, San Diego announced that one of the largest, most environmentally friendly battery-based storage systems in the United States will be installed at the university’s campus.
I just completed my judging form of the San Diego Business Journal’s General Counsel of the Year Awards.
A California federal judge on Sept. 24 canceled trademark registrations held by San Diego-based NuVasive Inc., a company developing medical devices for spine disorders, for the word “neurovision” after the company was found to have infringed its rival Neurovision Medical Products Inc.'s trademarks.
Carlsbad-based Rubio’s Restaurants Inc. plans a redesign of 60 of its California restaurants, with a rebranding of those locations under the name Rubio’s Coastal Grill.
Pasadena-based Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza, a fast-casual restaurant chain that makes custom-made pies baked in high-temperature ovens, plans two San Diego County openings in October, bringing its total to three locations in the region.
Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. announced that David Carr and Julie Derry are joining the company as chief financial officer and chief marketing officer, respectively.
National University, a nonprofit institution of higher education, recently announced the grand opening of the Sanford Education Center and the national expansion of research-based initiatives aimed at empowering nonprofit leaders, educators and others serving the public good, the university said.
San Diego-based Covario has agreed to sell its search and content marketing agency business to London-based Dentsu Aegis Network, the businesses announced on Sept. 17.
LAW: Threat of Shareholder Lawsuits Is Business as Usual For Acquisitions These Day
When San Diego-based Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. announced its decision to sell the company for a 63 percent premium above its market value, at least eight law firms announced investigations into the chip maker’s business the same day, alleging its shareholders were getting short-changed on the offer price.
LAW: Measure Said To Increase Cost of Care by $9.9 Billion
Local government organizations and business coalitions are banding together to oppose a health care ballot initiative they say is fiscally irresponsible and damaging to taxpayers.
Aiming to boost innovation and entrepreneurship in San Diego, University of California has announced plans for a venture capital fund to finance startups created on campuses, offering financial backing to the university-housed projects of which VC firms often steer clear.
If you think you’re coming up short in the never-ending effort to make ends meet, you’re not alone, looking at a recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The University of California Board of Regents is set to hear a proposal that would establish a multimillion-dollar venture capital fund to back startups founded on student and faculty research.