San Diego Business Journal

SD SERVICES

Recent and archived news stories on: Accounting, Advertising, Consulting, Jobs, Food, Insurance, Law, Printing, Public Relations, Security...
Tease photo

Hotel Proposed for Site of Scuttled Convention Center Expansion

Local developers The Robert Green Co. and Fifth Avenue Landing LLC are proposing an 831-room, $270 million hotel, slated for the downtown waterfront site where an extensive expansion of San Diego Convention Center was previously proposed.

Local Shoes With Heart Acquired by Elsey Enterprises

Elsey Enterprises and its brand, Funds2Orgs, recently acquired San Diego-based Shoes with Heart, a shoe drive fundraising company, to expand and gain market share in the company’s industry.

Mirum Agency Partners with Rady School’s Center for Business Analytics

The Rady School of Management at UC San Diego announced that its Center for Business Analytics will partner with the Mirum Agency.

San Diego's Workforce Not as Educated as its Peers, Study Shows

San Diego’s workforce may not be as educated as its peers, but it’s catching up quickly.

Tease photo

Gainful Employment Regulations Need Balance

Throughout the San Diego region, we rely on various services to be available to us.

Storix’s Intellectual Property Case Is One Worth Studying

Fish & Richardson has been named to the National Law Journal’s (NLJ) “2015 Appellate Hot List” as one of 20 firms that “represent appellate advocacy at its strongest — winning the big cases and changing the law.” This is the fifth time that Fish has been named to the Appellate Hot List.

Tease photo

Biz Taps a Rich Vein: Hangover Sufferers

SERVICE: I.V. Society’s Product Is Rehydration

It’s not uncommon for those who enjoy San Diego’s craft beer and beach nightlife to drink too much. Visiting conventioneers, vacationers and wedding parties are particularly prone to excess (let’s call it the “carpe diem effect”).

Tease photo

Aptus Court Reporting acquires Brunson Court Reporters

Aptus Court Reporting announced its acquisition of Brunson Court Reporters Jan. 12 to help with the company’s continued global expansion efforts.

Tease photo

Welk Resorts Opens New Fitness Center at Escondido Property

Locally based Welk Resorts has opened a new $2.6 million fitness center at its Escondido property, located at 8860 Lawrence Welk Drive.

Tease photo

Marvin Malecha to Lead NewSchool of Architecture and Design

Marvin Malecha has been named president and chief academic officer of the NewSchool of Architecture and Design in downtown San Diego.

Tease photo

Merrit Strunk Named Chief Marketing Officer at Asset Marketing Services

Asset Marketing Systems on Monday said it had hired Merrit Strunk as its new chief marketing officer.

Tease photo

Gelson’s Opening First San Diego County Store in Del Mar

Encino-based Gelson’s Markets plans a Jan. 14 opening for its first San Diego County store, located at 2707 Via De La Valle in Del Mar.

Tease photo

In the Cracker Business, Logistics Can’t Be Half-Baked

RETAIL: Milton’s Targets Health-Conscious Customers With Offerings

Milton’s Baking Co., a local gourmet cracker and bread company, has expanded distribution of its new gluten-free cracker line into over 6,000 stores nationwide. It took 18 months to achieve this level of distribution, and the company’s top executives credited its network of “co-packers” across the country that work with Milton’s to make and deliver its product line.

Tease photo

Device Gives Cat Owners the Scoop on Their Pets’ Health

TECH: When Nature Calls, Wireless Device Does Its Business

A decade after losing his 7-year-old feline companion, Alex Treiner is ready to begin manufacturing and distributing a device he says would have warned him of his late cat’s illness and could save the lives of other pets.

Wealth Management Faces Familiar Obstacles in 2016

FINANCE: Eyes Are On Fiduciary Rule, Use of Robo Advisors

This year is shaping up to be more of the same for wealth management firms, with new regulations still on the horizon, asset allocation software steadily rising in popularity and interest rates below historical norms.