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Nominate Today - Leaders in Law Awards 2021

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How to Build a Reputation Management Plan for 2022

by Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest

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Spreckels Theater to be Operated by ASM Global

Founded in 1912, the 1,463-seat, six-story Spreckels Theatre was the brainchild of philanthropist John D. Spreckels.

Nominate Today - Cybersecurity Stewardship Awards 2021

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Sorento Mesa Life Science Building Sold

$15.9M sale

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Cue Health to Sell 12 Million Shares in IPO

Cue Health will offer 12.5 million common shares for a range of $15 to $17 per share, according to its amended IPO.

Visit Carlsbad Names New CEO

With this move, Sidoriak will help elevate Carlsbad as a premier tourism destination in Southern California.

World Trade Center Seeks 15 Companies for Accelerator

NONPROFIT: Export Assistance Available Through Program; Application Deadline Is Nov. 15

San Diego small businesses have a new opportunity to enter the sprawling marketplace that is the world.

Plantible Foods Nets $21.5M Series A Funding

BIOTECH: Ag-Tech Co. Aims to Change Food Supply Chain

Plantible Foods, a local agriculture-tech start-up developing a plant-based protein, raised $21.5 million in Series A funding.

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Tipsy Elves Clothing Finds New Home

The $70M Co. Moves to Wells Fargo Plaza Downtown

Tipsy Elves Clothing, the $125 million company that designs creative and memorable apparel, has found a new home.

Advanced BioMatrix Acquired for $15 Million

BIOTECH: San Diego Co. Joins BICO’s Bioprinting Business

Advanced BioMatrix, a San Diego biotech that creates products for 3D applications including cell cultivation, cell assays and bioprinting, was acquired by BICO Group AB (STO: BICO) for approximately $15 million. Acquires InsideScientific expands its offerings of "biotech as a service” (BaaS) platform

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New Life Science Campus for Sorrento Mesa

Two Chicago-Based Firms Developing Property

San Diego’s life science real estate market drew a major investment in August with the $567 million purchase of a handful of Sorrento Mesa buildings and five acres of adjacent land by Sterling Bay West – the West Coast arm of Sterling Bay and Harrison Street.

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Historic Bankers Hill Apartment Building Sold

Built in 1869

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New $100 Million Development Started in Oceanside

CONSTRUCTION: Melrose Heights to Feature 301 Homes Targeting Middle-Income Buyers

A more than $100 million Oceanside housing development that started construction in August will have 301 homes in a mix that targets middle-income buyers.

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Venture Summit Spotlights Female Entrepreneurs

STARTUPS: Weekend Event Includes Fast-Pitch Competition

Funding is what’s on the table this week at the eighth-annual Women’s Venture Summit, created to help fuel and support female-led startups.

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Brixton Inc. Expanding Brick-and-Mortar Footprint

RETAIL: Stores in Long Beach, Oceanside, Inland Empire and Japan Opening This Year

Brixton Inc. is expanding its brick-and-mortar footprint. Headquartered in Oceanside, the privately owned premium apparel and accessories brand recently opened a 1,600 square foot store in Long Beach.

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New Aztec Stadium Passes Halfway Mark

On Target to Open for 2022 SDSU Football Season

One year after the groundbreaking for a new Aztec stadium on the Mission Valley site of what was once known as Qualcomm or Jack Murphy Stadium, the project is starting to look more like a sports arena and less like a hole in the ground.

NASSCO to Study Oiler Construction

Navy Awards $25.6 Million Contract to Improve the Building Process

The U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics NASSCO a $25.6 million modification to previously awarded contract for additional special studies and cost reduction implementation studies in support of the John Lewis-class fleet replenishment oiler ships.

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SDBJ Insider

Collaborating with Reality Changers, an organization that prepares youth to become first-generation college graduates, San Diego-based Robolink taught 2nd through 12th grade students in robotics, artificial intelligence and fundamentals in coding.