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Youngevity Announces Closing of Subsidary's Private Placement Offering

Youngevity International Inc., a Chula Vista direct marketing business of gourmet coffees and other products, said is wholly owned subsidiary, CLR Roasters, completed a previously announced $4.35 million sale of secured convertible notes and warrants for an aggregate total of $4.75 million.

Opera Outreach Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

In an effort to expand its audience, the revitalized San Diego Opera, which was rescued from liquidation in April, launched a free outreach program called Opera Exposed.

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RF Industries Ltd. Reports Third Quarter Results

RF Industries Ltd., a San Diego-based maker and distributor of wireless cable assemblies, reported fiscal 2014 third quarter sales of $5.5 million, down from $9.4 million in sales for the like quarter of 2013.

SmartDrive Systems Moves Headquarters to New S.D. Location

SmartDrive Systems, a San Diego provider of video recording systems aimed at helping to improve vehicle fleet driver performance, said it relocated to larger headquarters offices in Sorrento Valley.

SmartDrive Moves Headquarters to New Location in S.D.

SmartDrive Systems, a San Diego provider of video recording systems aimed at helping to improve vehicle fleet driver performance, said it relocated to larger headquarters offices in Sorrento Valley.

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RF Industries Reports Q3 Results

RF Industries Ltd., a San Diego-based maker and distributor of wireless cable assemblies, reported fiscal 2014 third quarter sales of $5.5 million, down from $9.4 million in sales for the like quarter of 2013.

Venture Group’s New President Knows the Scene and San Diego

FINANCE: Mike Krenn Sees Opportunities, Expects More Investment Activity

The San Diego Venture Group named Mike Krenn, a longtime business-development professional, as its new full-time president.

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Region’s Exports Hit Record Level in 2013

TRADE: Goods Go Mostly To Mexico’s Maquiladoras

Exports emanating from San Diego grew 4 percent last year to a record $17.9 billion, says a recent report from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration.

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SeaWorld Entertainment Hit With Shareholder Lawsuit

SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. was hit with a shareholder lawsuit alleging the operator of three SeaWorld parks, including the original venue at Mission Bay, mislead investors by publicly stating declining attendance last year was caused by bad weather when it actually was the result of the documentary movie “Blackfish,” which alleged the company used questionable practices in the handling of its killer whales.

Median Housing Price Increases in August

Two reports tracking the housing market show local median prices continued rising in August.

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