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Museum of Beer to Open in San Diego

The approximate 12,000 square foot space will also feature a beer garden, an artisanal pizza kitchen and a tasting room that will feature beers from members of the San Diego Brewers Guild.

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Bitmo Brings Gift Cards Digitally Up to Date

Frustrated by the growing number of plastic gift cards in his wallet, San Diego software entrepreneur Mike Smallwood sought out a digital solution.

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Belgium Moves Closer to $600 Million Reaper Deal

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. is getting attention from a NATO ally and the aviation community at large.

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EvoNexus Launches New Cohort with Merck’s High-Tech Materials Subsidiary

EvoNexus is launching a new incubator program with Merck's subsidiary, EMD Performance Materials.

SD 500: Janice Brown

SD 500 recap: Janice Brown launched her own law firm in 2003 specializing in business and employment law.

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Vista Welcoming New Apartment Projects

BUILDING: High-End Is Focus, Class B, C Lackin

Bulldozers are rumbling across central Vista as the inland North County city of 103,000 experiences a wave of construction of new, high-end apartment buildings, that will complement the city’s multimillion-dollar, decades-long quest to revitalize its downtown core.

SD 500: Peter Zien

SD 500 recap: Peter Zien was instrumental in building the region’s craft brewing reputation.

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U.S. Clears Sempra to Export LNG from Baja California

Sempra Energy has received federal approval to export natural gas to its terminal near Ensenada, Mexico for shipping to foreign shores. The news comes on the eve of a major LNG conference in Shanghai.

SD 500: William “Bob” R. Grande

Bob Grande launched Quality Controlled Manufacturing, a precision machining company, from his garage in 1978.

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Turning Point Therapeutics Planning $100M IPO

FINANCE: Platform Tackles Enzyme Mutations That Hinder Cancer Treatments

Drugmaker Turning Point Therapeutics — taking aim at drug-resistant cancers — recently filed paperwork calling for a $100 million initial public offering.

Northrop Grumman Gets $245M Order for Roadside Bomb Jammers

The U.S. Navy said March 22 that it exercised an option worth $245 million to buy more signal jammers known as JCREW. Northrop Grumman Corp. builds the electronics, which U.S. troops use to foil roadside bombs.

GA Tests System That Could Propel Underwater Vehicles

General Atomics’ Electromagnetic Systems unit reported in early March that it successfully demonstrated an aluminum power system for an unmanned underwater vehicle.

SD 500: Steven Jones

SD 500 recap: Steven Jones founded Jones & Associates Consulting in 1993 and has become a leading authority nationally on diversity and inclusion within organizations.

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SD 500: Robert “Brick” Nelson

SD 500 recap: Brick Nelson is Northrop Grumman’s senior executive for the San Diego region, representing all business activities and the primary company interface with peer industry partners and business leaders in the region.

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