San Diego Banks Hit Record Q2 Income - Region's Firms See Both Loans and Deposits Grow
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Air Canada suspended service in March 2020 due to COVID-19.
Innovative Product Releases to Help Increase Annual Sales
Sony Electronics Inc., the San Diego-based audio/video electronics and information technology products manufacturer, continues to increase its product line.
Co. Expects to Test Markets Next Year
BlueNalu, a food company producing seafood directly from fish cells, is among 28 semifinalists for the $15 million XPRIZE Feed the Next Billion, organizers of the competition announced.
Mission Federal Credit Union has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with the San Diego Padres.
FINANCE: Group Attracts More Than $5 Million For Latest Annual Fund
The San Diego chapter of the Tech Coast Angels, the region’s largest network of investors in early-stage companies, has raised over $5 million for its annual fund surpassing last year’s amount of $4.7 million.
BIOTECH: Co. Working on Genetic Therapy for Hair Loss
Stemson Therapeutics, a biotech company working on a cure for hair loss, closed a $15 million Series A funding round on July 15.
The Coromega Company Drops Pup Packets
The Coromega Company, Inc., the Vista-based maker of nutritional supplements, wants furry friends to get their nutriments, too.
Demand for Life Science Space Reaches Record Levels
Demand for life science space is reaching record levels as venture capital money pours into the region.
RETAIL: Both Expect Annual Revenues to Drastically Increase
Two San Diego companies have made it through Walmart’s Open Call.
First In-Person Event Hosted at Sotheby’s
Fashion Week San Diego (FWSD) is taking New York. The organization is marking its return to in-person events with “The Art and Beauty Behind Fashion,” to be hosted in New York City on July 24.
Downtown Chula Vista Drawing Developer Interest
Downtown Chula Vista has gained a $14 million apartment project as the city’s drive to improve its core neighborhood is drawing developer interest.
Even with Some Buyer Fatigue, Prices Still Rising and Multiple Offers Commonplace
Buyer fatigue has hit San Diego’s real estate market as some people are taking a break after making offers on several homes to no avail, according to several real estate agents.