San Diego Business Journal

SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Council Approves Revised One Paseo Development

The downsized, but still controversial One Paseo project was approved Monday by the San Diego City Council.

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Challenged Athletes Foundation Names Wheatley CEO

The Challenged Athletes Foundation announced the hiring of Ken Wheatley as its new CEO.

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Sequenom Patent Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review a lower court’s decision to invalidate one of Sequenom’s patents.

Conference Aims to Educate Small Business Owners on Getting Government Work

Small-business owners looking for insight into how to work with the government may glean some information at the Gold Coast conference in August.

Kirby Noonan Lance & Hoge Becomes Five Separate Law Firms

A nationally recognized, 40-year-old San Diego law firm announced Monday that it is splitting into five separate firms.

EMMES Realty Advisors Acquires Downtown Parking Structure

EMMES Realty Advisors LLC has acquired a 580-stall parking and retail facility. The eight-story parking structure with approximately 14,000 square feet of ground floor retail space is located at 1350 6th Ave. in downtown San Diego.

Qualcomm Plans Demo of New 5G System at Trade Show

Qualcomm Inc. plans to demonstrate very fast, fifth-generation wireless communications technology during a trade show in Shanghai beginning June 29.

Health Center Partners Awarded $2.6 Million in Federal Grants

Health Center Partners of Southern California (HCP) will receive $2.6 million in federal grants to expand oral health care services, the organization announced Monday.

Google Plans to Open Office in Sorrento Mesa

Google plans to open an office in the tech-heavy San Diego neighborhood of Sorrento Mesa.

Qualcomm Files Complaint Against Meizu in China

Qualcomm Inc. said June 23 that it took legal action against the Chinese company Meizu, filing a complaint in the Beijing Intellectual Property Court.

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DeMaio Pushes Plan for Privately Funded Stadium

A group that includes former San Diego City Councilman and mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio has put forward a proposal that it says could fund a new multi-use San Diego Chargers stadium with event facilities without tax increases or other public funding.

Ardea Biosciences Announces Layoffs as It Begins to Close Down

Ardea Biosciences, a local biotech sold to Big Pharma for big bucks, will lay off up to 145 employees in San Diego and eventually close down.

Grandpoint Division to Offer 'First of Its Kind' Cyber Crime Insurance

Grandpoint Bank, parent of La Jolla-based Regents Bank, has created a new division to address growing concerns about cybercrime within the banking industry.

The Business Events Calendar for the Week of June 27, 2016

Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of June 27, 2016, and beyond.

Jury Rules Against Tri-City Medical Center in Lawsuit Over Office Building

A jury ruled that Oceanside’s Tri-City Medical Center should pay Carlsbad’s Medical Acquisition Company Inc. (MAC) $19.7 million in a dispute over a medical office building that’s sat vacant since 2013.

Nordstrom Closing Store at Downtown's Horton Plaza

Retailer Nordstrom Inc. plans to close its department store at downtown San Diego’s Westfield Horton Plaza mall on Aug. 26, the Seattle-based retailer announced.

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Expanding Law Firm Buys La Jolla Building for $4.75 Million

Locally headquartered law firm Tyson & Mendes LLP has purchased a La Jolla building for $4.75 million, as the multi-state firm expands its San Diego offices, the buyer announced.

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Point Loma Apartment Property Sells for $4.4 Million

Jay Crystall LLC of San Diego has acquired a 13-unit apartment complex in Point Loma for approximately $4.4 million, according to brokerage firm CBRE Group Inc.

Google to Open Office in Sorrento Mesa

Google plans to open an office in the tech-heavy San Diego neighborhood of Sorrento Mesa.

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Carl DeMaio Pushes Plan for Privately Funded Stadium

A group that includes former San Diego City Councilman and mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio has put forward a proposal that it says could fund a new multi-use San Diego Chargers stadium with event facilities without tax increases or other public funding.