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Business Models Shift as the Law Changes; Vintners Offer Discounts, Deals
ENERGY: Co. Presents Investors With Growth Scenarios
ELECTRONICS: Private Placement of $25M Goes to Inseego
Brewers Look Inward, Turn Outward; Intensely Social Venues Go Quiet
Engineering: Kleinfelder Updated a Bridge Beloved by Community; NV5 Mulls Electric Infrastructure
RELIEF: San Diego Foundation Will Collect, Disburse Donations
Aaron Ryan, Region Manager, J.P. Morgan Chase
Company Buys Patent Portfolio, Participates in Experiments
Second Deal Would Aid Army Communications
Feeding San Diego has announced additional emergency food distributions to help meet the increased need throughout San Diego County. This comes as other social service and community resources close in response to the coronavirus issue.
Utilities: Port Arthur LNG Plant Comes Closer to Construction
The San Diego North Economic Development Council issued the following newsletter Monday. It is reprinted here.
Businesses seeing a slowdown or interruption in their operations with the emergence of COVID-19 may want to check their insurance coverage. That is according to a legal alert issued March 16 by Allen Matkins, a law firm with five offices in California.
Lockheed Martin Radio Repair Project to Bring $55M to San Diego Region
Technology Informs Decisions, Replaces Clerical Tasks, Helps Customer Service
REAL ESTATE: Tenants Get Flexibility, Community, Location, Image
Northrop Grumman Is Only Bidder on Nuclear Missile
Business Offers Antennas, Chips for Base Stations
U.S. Navy Wants to Build Up a Network of Vendors
DEFENSE: NAVWAR Wants Better Buildings; Navy and Sandag Eye Mixed-Use Development
Reaches a Captive Audience on Transit Systems
DEFENSE: $172 Million Deal Includes Operating Base; Tritons Deployed To the Pacific
Work Goes to GD NASSCO, BAE and Huntington Ingalls
Net Loss of $21M Due, in Part, to Program Investments
TOURISM: Train Layout, Set in 1959, to Get a Modern Marketing Push
LEADERSHIP: Since Late 2019, 4 Out of 9 Directors Have Been Women
HEALTH CARE: Kaiser, Sharp Have Retail Presence; Tech Companies See Data
Contractor Will Operate and Support ‘Wi-Fi in the Sky’
DEFENSE: USS Gerald R. Ford Features Other Advanced Technology
TECHNOLOGY: Effort Could Speed Delivery by Bypassing Traffic
Unmanned Aircraft Designed to Travel in Swarms
ACCOUNTING: Beginning Tax Specialist Can Command $51,900 Salary, Survey Says
Support for Air Vehicle Planning System Extended
USS Carl Vinson to Change Home Port in August
TECH: Permira To Buy Major Stake in Video Telematics Firm
Investor group, Permira, values Lytx in excess of $2.5 billion.
New Program Puts Budding Engineers to Work on Real-World Projects
Matt Cole’s New Job Will Be in the Technology Space.
Facilities to Serve Marines on the Job and at Meals.
WORKFORCE: Eight-Week Course Is a Must for Prospective Employees
Barrio Logan shipyard builds its products from the ground up. The need for welders is high.
Payload on OTB Satellite Is Part of a 1 Year Experiment
NASA’s experimental Deep Space Atomic Clock is now operating. It completed the commissioning phase of its journey in November.
Both Stand to Gain Hundreds of Millions of Dollars
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in December.
Matt Cole, the executive who has led Cubic Corp.’s transportation business unit since 2015, plans to leave the company, the Kearny Mesa business announced Jan. 7.
COMMUNICATIONS: Already in Brazil, Co. Sets Sights on Rest of Latin America
Viasat Inc. plans to dramatically expand its residential internet service in Mexico and Brazil during the coming year.
ENERGY: SDG&E Asks for $12.38% But Given 10.2%
State utility regulators ruled last month that profit margins at San Diego Gas & Electric Co. and Southern California Gas should remain the same.