Joe Quinn, chief financial officer of defense contractor Epsilon Systems Solutions, needed to close a deal before year’s end.
ECONOMY: City-Funded Program Aims for More Diversity, Opportunity
The second floor of the Joe and Vi Jacobs Center in southeast San Diego feels familiar and anodyne, like a place you’d go to get help with your taxes or attend a Toastmasters meeting.
Company tests clients' cybersecurity software to determine if and how hackers could penetrate.
Nick Bulcao and Ryan Rusnak founded Airspace in 2015.
Turtle Beach Corp., a maker of gaming headsets and accessories, reported net income of $6.3 million on net revenue of $60.8 million.
Sempra Energy has named Kevin C. Sagara chairman and CEO of San Diego Gas & Electric Co. The business made the announcement on Aug. 10.
San Diego Sport Innovators (SDSI), a business development organization for sports and active lifestyle startups, has expanded and rebranded its flagship accelerator program.
Deckard Technologies Inc., headed by local serial entrepreneur Neil Senturia, recently raised just shy of $370,000 of a $500,000 offering.
Only the terracotta-tiled roofline of a Spanish Colonial estate near the heart of downtown Rancho Santa Fe is visible from the street.
The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy was awarded $7,500 from San Diego Gas & Electric to support SDRVC’s climate-science curriculum, “Microclimates on a Macro Scale,” which is a part of the conservancy’s Watershed Explorers Program.
Viasat Inc. recorded a higher net loss — and higher revenues — in its latest quarter.
NuVasive Inc. said Aug. 9 that it has formed a strategic partnership with Germany-based Siemens Healthineers.
Ocean Beach resident Jarrod Russell, 35, has had an eclectic career.
Cubic Corp. reported net income of $6.3 million on net sales of $296.2 million for its third quarter, which ended June 30.
Sempra Energy subsidiary SoCalGas announced on Aug. 8 that it will settle certain legal claims against it stemming from the leak at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility.
FINANCE: Conditions Seen As Continuing Through 2019
A University City-based investment bank that advises companies on mergers and acquisitions has beefed up its roster in expectation of a surge of M&A activity.