Home Bay Technologies Gives Sellers Cash
A real estate company based in Rancho Santa Fe - Home Bay Technologies - has come up with a new wrinkle for buying and selling homes that the company says takes the stress out of home buying.
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Founder of The RakiRaki Ramen and The Yasai Adds His Own Spin on Japanese Recipes
Before opening the first The RakiRaki Ramen restaurant in Kearny Mesa in 2011, Junya Watanabe was a fashion designer.
TECHNOLOGY: Yan Hui Fine-Tunes Networks, Sees Growth With Airhop
As a boy, Yan Hui took a liking to radio. AM, FM and ham radio had a certain allure.
RETAIL: Josephine Lee Makes Her Mark In the Dance World as a Pointe Shoe Fitter
For Josephine Lee, her first business was born out of tough times and her newest venture is no different.
EDUCATION: Real-World Skills Needed to Maximize an Opportunity on New Alderaan
A team of five Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) students from the University of San Diego School of Business made a very strong showing in the 2021 ARGUS University Challenge.
EDUCATION: Alexander Allione Receives Award Given in Memory of Daniel Woodruff
The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego School of Business presented Alexander Allione with the Daniel B. Woodruff Memorial Scholarship in April.
TECHNOLOGY: Will Oversee Defense and Fixed Broadband
Viasat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) has promoted two executives to positions within the company’s leadership team.
85% of Buildings Already Leased
Three Torrey Pines office buildings have been transformed into a campus for life science companies in a $100 million renovation project that was just completed.
REAL ESTATE: Opened Carlsbad’s Q-Homes in 2019
Lily Quan wanted to be a doctor, worked as a flight attendant for American Airlines and in 2019 opened Q Homes in Carlsbad real estate agency with her husband.
As Pandemic Concern Ends, Area Expected to Turn Corner
New leases have been signed in two prominent downtown office buildings, the newly renovated Paladion at the edge of the Gaslamp District and DiamondView Tower overlooking Petco Park.
Area Firms Grow Assets and Memberships
Many credit unions based in San Diego experienced a record surge in lending and uptick in membership in the last quarter of 2020.
San Diego’s Pharmatech Laboratory and Diagnostics, Inc. announced last week that with many public schools returning to in-classroom learning, it was piloting a COVID-19 testing program with the Jamul-Dulzura Union School District.
TOURISM: John Dunlap to Add Activations, Enhance Guest Experiences
Earlier this month, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. named John Dunlap as park president of SeaWorld & Aquatica San Diego.
Technology Helps Drug Makers Save Money and Time
San Diego-based Nano PharmaSolutions, a nanodrug delivery technology startup, has received a $149,000 investment from the Realize Impact’s Mission Driven Finance fund.
White Labs Brewing Co., AleSmith Among Winners
Numerous San Diego-based companies won 2021 Craft Beer Marketing Awards.
Jasmine Seafood Restaurant, StreetCar Merchants Among Grantees
Seventy-seven single unit restaurants in San Diego County have been awarded grants up to $3,500 as part of California Restaurant Foundation’s Restaurants Care Resilience Fund.
TECH: Device Applications Include Sports, Medical
Four years ago, Debbie Chen founded Hydrostasis to solve the problem around hydration monitoring.
TOURISM: Over 450 Crew Members Vaccinated in San Diego
In April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) placed a conditional sail order that required a number of steps be taken before cruise ships could start sailing again.
REAL ESTATE: Preferred Development Plan Benefits Navy and Community
The sprawling 70.5-acre collection of World War II-era airplane hangars along Interstate 5 in Old Town would be transformed into a mini-city of sorts with a population of more than 14,000 under a preferred development plan advanced by the Navy.
FINANCE: Need Seen for Wealth Management
Dowling & Yahnke, the privately held San Diego wealth management firm, has agreed to be acquired by a publicly traded Canadian counterpart, CI Financial (NYSE: CIXX).
FINANCE: Largest Since Firm’s Founding
Tide Rock Holdings, an Encinitas-based holding company, has raised over $100 million in capital to acquire additional business-to-business companies.
DEVELOPMENT: 22-Story Downtown Tower Will Include 241 Apartments
Cisterra Development will start construction this summer of a $145 million downtown project that will include a Target department store in the historic Farkas Store Fixtures Building.
Contract Could Grow to $165M; Part of the Work Will Go to San Diego
The U.S. Navy awarded BAE Systems a contract for work as the design agent for the mechanical portion of the Mk 41 vertical launch system.
San Diego Credit Unions See Record Numbers in Deposits - Area Firms Grow Assets and Memberships
SDBJ is collaborating with the Asian Business Association San Diego throughout Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
ARTS: Anjanette Maraya-Ramey Combines Art and Business Experience to Inspire Others
Anjanette Maraya-Ramey said she “escaped death twice” and the pandemic was yet another test of survival for her new business.
AGRICULTURE: Carlsbad’s Jimmy Ukegawa Reinvents His Farm Business
Jimmy Ukegawa jokes that he’s a farmer turned gardener — what was once a couple thousand acres of farmland off Canon Road has shrunk to a 25-acre family business.