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Operators of downtown’s Westin San Diego have completed a $15 million renovation, including upgrades to the hotel’s 436 guest rooms.
Karl Strauss Brewery’s Sorrento Valley site is undergoing a remodel, triggering the layoff of 67 employees last month.
Cubic Corp. said on Feb. 25 that the New York Stock Exchange is changing the company’s ticker symbol to indicate it will be late in filing its financial statement from the quarter ended Dec. 31.
Lytx Inc., a company focusing on driver safety and compliance, announced that Con-Way Freight has rolled out Lytx’s DriveCam driver safety management program fleetwide to more than 8,500 vehicles.
Luna Grill is accelerating its expansion and has selected Texas to host the first group of out-of-state locations, the company said.
Pasadena-based Dog Haus, a fast-casual restaurant chain serving custom-made gourmet hot dogs, plans to open five San Diego County locations starting later this year, after entering into an agreement with local franchisees Laura Zhang and Calvin Lee.
Some of the business events happening around San Diego County for the week of Feb. 24, 2014.
Dining: New Rules Proposed To Regulate Mobile Eateries
Food truck operator Jay Margolin doesn’t like the idea of limiting where his loyal followers can find his New York on Rye, which has served East Coast-style deli food at office parks, festivals and other venues throughout the local region for the past three years.
RADIO: New CEO Needs To Boost Brand Awareness
Internet radio provider Slacker Inc. has tapped an executive from Nintendo of America Inc. and The Walt Disney Co. to further its growth and face its rivals in a crowded musical marketplace.
SPORTs Business: NCAA Tourney Promises To Bring Crowds, Cash and Publicity to San Diego
San Diego is about to go mad — in a way that’s sure to make its tourism and hospitality industries quite happy.
Some of the business events happening in the county for the week of February 24, 2014.
Jack in the Box Inc. reported net income of $32.3 million for its fiscal 2014 first quarter, compared with net income of $20.7 million for the like quarter of 2013.
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, the agency that manages Lindbergh Field, said it issued $305.3 million in senior specialty facility revenue bonds to finance its planned rental car center.
Sonic Drive-In plans a Feb. 24 opening for its sixth regional restaurant and first in the city of San Diego, at 5247 Kearny Villa Road in Kearny Mesa.
The luxury Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego has completed an extensive renovation, including a 10,000-square-foot rooftop deck with an events space.