SERVICE: Company Set To Add Three More Vehicles By Next Month
FRED, the shuttle service that provides free rides around downtown, hasn’t seen any impacts to its ridership since the rise of the “dockless” bikes and e-scooters in the area since earlier this year.
LAW: Misclassification Could Bring Costly Penalties on Businesses
The California Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that is now changing the way employers classify independent contractors.
GAMING: Gear, Games And Player Participation Create Sector Worth Billions
Turtle Beach Corp., the San Diego company that provides gaming headsets and audio accessories for video game consoles, is experiencing explosive growth.
The store, which is located across from the Tyler Center at 10300 Magnolia Ave., in Riverside is the second to open outside of San Diego County.
RETAIL: Creating Experience And Community Can Pay Off
“Location, location, location.” The adage is just as valid for the successes of some brick and mortar bookstores today as it is for selling property — that and a bit of community engagement, too.
Carlsbad-based FMT Consultants announces acquisition.
PRODUCTION: Co. to Pursue System Solutions, Teams With SDG&E
It seems San Diego-based Maxwell Technologies Inc., which develops and manufactures ultracapacitor-based energy storage and power delivery solutions, has both hands on the wheel when it comes to providing that technology to the automotive industry.
The first open fare payment system in that country allows passengers to pay for travel using contactless credit cards and mobile wallets.
Viasat, Honeywell Aerospace expand in-flight internet to more business aircraft.
Since 2013, Kratos (Nasdaq: KTOS) has been making funded investments in its Unmanned Systems Division program.
DEFENSE: Viasat Using Commercial Model to Bring Such Capabilities Forward
Big Data has become a major component in the civilian world.
Doug Jackson moves into the top post. Company co-founders Jeff Goldberg and Tanner Haigwood continue to serve on the board of directors as stewards of the company.
Work under these recent orders will be performed at secure Kratos manufacturing facilities.
Cubic and 4C Strategies will explore opportunities to further integrate the companies’ complementary products, services and solutions.
San Diego-based online education institution is launching a new bachelor of science in Computer Software Technology program.
There’s a two-pronged approach to the success and growth of Retirement Benefits Group (RBG), according to Darrell Alford, a company partner based in its San Diego office. T
San Diego-headquartered Petco announced on May 15 a partnership with the Los Alamitos-based JustFoodForDogs to open hundreds of “stores within stores.”
DB Networks, a privately-held predictive database data loss prevention company headquartered in San Diego, announced on May 11 it has changed its name to DB CyberTech.
Cubic Global Defense business division earns $16 million contract to help train U.S. Navy
TECH: Carlsbad Co. Digs Deeper on Analytics, On High Growth Trajectory
In an industrial office space in Carlsbad, Ezoic’s machines are learning. They are learning what makes a good website.
EDUCATION: Earnings Fall as Company Becomes Online Program Manager
San Diego-based Bridgepoint Education, a for-profit postsecondary education services provider, said its revenue for the first quarter of 2018, which ended on March 31, came in at $118 million, down from last year’s first quarter revenue of $129.5 million.
SOFTWARE: New CEO to Push Sector Specific Solutions
VizExplorer, the San Diego-based operational intelligence solutions provider, is on the brink of transition.
Cohu, Inc. (NASDAQ:COHU), based in Poway will pay $796 million to acquire the Massachusetts-based Xcerra Corp.
Qdoba Mexican Eats said on May 8 it will be adding roughly 100 full-time positions to its corporate team in San Diego
The report showed earnings of $358 million, a $94 million drop from last year's first quarter.
AG: More Selective Market Leads to Demand For Co.’s Organic Produce
Growing organic bananas runs in her family.
Escondido’s Stone Brewing Co. announced on May 7 the official opening of its 9,500 square-foot restaurant and 10-barrel brewing facility in Napa, California.
The San Diego Regional Chamber awards five local business for their achievements.
Southwest Airlines intends to offer nonstop flights from San Diego to Hawaiian Islands.
Cubic Corp.'s sales for the second quarter increased 12 percent to $278.6 million from $248 million in the second quarter of last year.
The proposal orders the companies to pursue options for supply that may be needed in smaller amounts and for shorter periods of time in the coming years.
DEFENSE: It Disables Link; Military Said to Have Deployed System
Citadel Defense, a counter-drone company based in National City, is gaining interest and attention for its proprietary drone targeting system.
RETAIL: Jerome’s Expands Standalone Dream Shop Footprint
Everyone needs a mattress — and a recent report, along with announced expansion plans for one local company, are helping to prove it.
ECONOMY: Creation Of Specialty Beer Hard To Swallow for Some
Ballast Point Brewing Co., which got its start in San Diego more than 20 years ago with a small group of homebrewers, is looking to give back to the city that gave the company a chance to grow.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences to be acquired by Altas Partners.
New study will look at CBD as a treatment for severe autism.
San Diego is among 15 cities being considered for new Army command.
ACQUISITION: Price, Regulators Part of Obstacles to Going Private
Since Paul Jacobs said his goodbyes to shareholders and the board of directors during Qualcomm Inc.’s annual shareholders meeting in March, the company’s former CEO and chairman of the board has been relatively quiet.
TECH: Services Include Material Science and Failure Analysis
For the past 20 years, General Atomics’ Inertial Fusion Technology (IFT) Analytical Services Lab has been a well-kept secret in San Diego.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) will cut 1,231 jobs in San Diego.
Qualcomm Inc.’s $44 billion bid for the Dutch-based NXP Semiconductors NV continues to drag on. On April 19, Qualcomm and NXP agreed to withdraw and refile the notice of acquisition regarding the companies’ planned merger at the request of Ministry of Commerce in China (MOFCOM).
The transaction is anticipated to be completed within 30 to 60 days, subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals.
Ballast Point said April 19 it’s crafting a specially-brewed beer to mark its partnership with the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC).
Qualcomm Inc.’s $44 billion bid for the Dutch-based NXP Semiconductors NV continues to drag on.
DEFENSE: It Welcomes All Applicants for Career Slots
General Dynamics NASSCO is embarking on a hiring binge.