According to a press release, the upstairs terrace restaurant, now named Loft 94: Yakitori, Noodle, Craft, has new outdoor yakitori grills, new furnishings, craft cocktails and specialty noodle options like ramen and pho.
According to a press release, Smokin J’s BBQ will be located at 14053 Midland Rd. in Old Poway Village and will be open Thursday and Friday from 11am to 8pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 8pm.
According to a Bloomberg report, Apollo Global Management Inc. is exploring a sale of QDOBA Restaurant Corp. that could be worth up to $550 million, including debt.
According to a WARN filing with the Employment Development Department, Encinitas-based Chili's Grill & Bar, located at 1004 N. El Camino Real, will close on Jan. 3, 2020.
Fulcrum’s Platform Gives Access to More Than 15 Million Freelancers
Greatscale Ventures, a new venture capital firm in San Diego, made its first investment in a San Diego-based employment software company.
According to a press release, Scott H. Baxter will begin serving on the board of directors of Callaway Golf Company immediately.
According to a press release, San Diego Zoo Kids includes programs primarily produced for medical facilities, specifically pediatric patients.
TECH: Visionary CEO Said to Be Wrong Fit For Current Conditions
Teradata’s CEO Oliver Ratzesberger was ousted from the company less than a year into his new role.
According to a press release, Robert Cinelli will hold the general manager post at the Sycuan Casino Resort starting Jan. 1, 2020.
Oceanographers Team Up to Examine Toxic Algae Blooms
Toxic algae blooms. Injuries from nerve damage. Brain disorders- these are problems San Diego researchers hope to better understand.
RETAIL: Portability Sells; Revenue Expected To Be $10 Million in 2019
According to Global Market Insights Inc., the worldwide bone broth market will be worth more than $2.8 billion by 2024.
FINANCE: Eastridge Adopts Plan to Show Confidence in Staff
Eastridge Workforce Solutions, a San Diego-based company that offers recruiting, payroll and other services, began offering its employees stock ownership.
According to a spokesperson, Park Commons features five food places within a flexible 10,000 square feet open floor plan and hopes to effectively service Sorrento Valley's 130,000 daytime population.
According to WARN filing made with the Employment Development Department, the 174-room Karlan Hotel will be permanently closing on Dec. 31.