WORKFORCE: Hiring Is Leading to Battle of Benefits and Amenities
The competition for tech talent is heating up in San Diego. With more corporate giants establishing offices in the area, local companies are having to go the extra mile to attract experienced engineers.
A year after officially kicking off at San Diego International Airport, the locally based in-airport food delivery service, AtYourGate, continues to expand.
At the annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare conference, major San Diego players like Illumina naturally command attention. But quietly, Mirati Therapeutics had a strong showing.
Forge Therapeutics recently took in more funding — up to $11.1 million — to battle life-threatening infections called “superbugs.”
Forget Guessing or Even Googling to Navigate New Tax Law, You Are Going to Need Expertise
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is many things. It is big. Its changes are sweeping.
FINANCE: Effects May Have Bigger Impact On Mid-Level Donors
Passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in 2017 came with some speculation that the law would put a damper on charitable giving.
The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors Ambassadors Foundation announced that it donated $5,265 to Operation Homefront during its holiday fundraiser. Realtors from across San Diego County collected toys and gift cards for families of the men and women who serve our country to fill the “Holiday House.”
The San Diego Women’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and inspiring women to engage in collective philanthropy, raised more than $2,000 for The AjA Project at the foundation’s annual “Holiday Party with a Purpose” celebration.
Mission Federal Credit Union is continuing its successful partnership with California State University San Marcos by announcing its collaboration with CSUSM Athletics.
The Walter J. and Betty C. Zable Foundation has awarded a $20,000 grant to San Diego Oasis to support its Intergenerational Literacy Tutoring Program for at-risk, elementary school students in Title One schools who have fallen behind in reading and comprehension.
Managed Solution, a technology solution company, announced that during the holiday season, its team gave back to the community working with several local nonprofits. This holiday season it supported: Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank that provides nutritious food to people in need, advocates for the hungry, and educates the public about hunger-related issues.
Scripps Health Foundation continued a cherished holiday tradition Dec. 1, when it hosted the 89th Annual Candlelight Ball at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
CUSTOM CONTENT: Is Your 401(k) Plan Participation Hindering Your Company’s Growth And Profitability?
Are you concerned that only 30% of your workforce can afford to retire at age 65? If you are like most business leaders, you hope your employees will take advantage of the 401(k) plan you’ve made available but don’t feel you need to aggressively encourage participation. Here is why you should.
After raising $140 million last year, Applied Data Finance closed another $17.8 million in a follow-on round.
According to a press release, the collective income for San Diego-based hosts was $213 million in 2018, coming in second after L.A.'s $613 million.
Earlier this month San Diego-based Retrophin’s board appointed a new president and CEO: Eric Dube.
Western Lighting and Energy Controls has become an employee owned company by changing its structure to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) trust.