Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NYSE: NOC) autonomous helicopter, MQ-8B Fire Scout, prepares to land on the flight deck of littoral combat ship, USS Coronado (LCS 4). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Deven Leigh Ellis/Released)
The fast-growing Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers (a Texas restaurant is shown here) will make its local debut in Santee in early 2018. Photo courtesy of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers
Developers recently started construction on the first of what will be a three-building medical office campus in Escondido, called Palomar Health Outpatient Center. Rendering courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield
Shaun Savage was a little unnerved by his first customer. Photo courtesy GoShare
The first ecoATM kiosks had no electronic innards. Photo courtesy EcoATM
Roland Ligtenberg donned an elf costume while delivering Christmas tree. Photo courtesy Housecall Pro
DAV National Employment Director Jeff Hall (left), Jan Jones, president and CEO of The Elizabeth Hospice, who accepted the Outstanding Midsize Employer of the Year award at DAV’s national convention in New Orleans presented by DAV National Commander Dave Riley ...
New arrivals at North City in San Marcos include Urge Gastropub & Common House, which opened in April in a renovated former industrial building. It includes a brewery-restaurant and an on-site bowling alley. Photo courtesy of Urban Villages San Marcos
Pima Medical Institute plans to begin classes in October, in a new local campus at North City that is nearing completion. Rendering courtesy of Urban Villages San Marcos
Upcoming elements at North City include more housing, offices and retail elements. The apartment building anchoring Block C, shown here, opened earlier this year. Rendering courtesy of Urban Villages San Marcos
Operators are nearing completion of a $600 million renovation and expansion of the Westfield UTC mall. Rendering courtesy of Westfield Corp.
The terminus of the $2.1 billion Mid-Coast Trolley extension will be a raised-platform station straddling Genesee Avenue, next-door to Westfield UTC. Rendering courtesy of Sandag
A $490 million mixed-use development, called North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood, is being planned for the UC San Diego campus. Rendering courtesy of HKS
The Sipsee bottle stopper recently won an Outstanding Waste Prevention Award from the California Resource Recovery Association. Photo courtesy of GHI
In June, Ballast Point Brewing opened a tasting room in suburban Roanoke, Va. Ballast Point’s beer is now distributed in 49 states and 17 countries. Photo courtesy of Ballast Point Brewing Co.
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When it comes to content protection, there’s “a continual arms race,” said Verimatrix CEO Tom Munro. In addition to content protection, Verimatrix is increasingly interested in data analytics.
Unlike San Diego, Floridians have little interest in Rubio’s Baja origin story. They do, however, care about awards the restaurant chain has won. Photo courtesy of Rubios Coastal Grill