SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

In Changing Times, Wineries Resolve to Adapt

Business Models Shift as the Law Changes; Vintners Offer Discounts, Deals

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SOCi Closes $15M for its Oversubscribed Series C Round

San Diego Social Media Startup Has Raised Over $50 Million

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Local Cos. Pivot to Assist In Crisis

Startups: Offering Innovative Solutions to Help Those in Need

Organizations Offer Businesses Time, Money

Resources Offered By Local, State, Federal Entities

Sempra Looks Out to 2024, Reiterates Earnings Guidance

ENERGY: Co. Presents Investors With Growth Scenarios

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Otay Mesa Land Sold For $14.4M

Land is zoned for rental or for-sale housing

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Conrad Prebys Foundation's Challenge Match Gift to Help Scripps Fight COVID-19

This gift, coupled with matching donations from the community, will help front-line health care workers and make a meaningful impact in the fight against COVID-19.

Construction Jobs in CRE Are Expected to Return After Pandemic

The Life Sciences and Tech Companies Are in Full Expansion Mode

La Mesa Apartments Bring $34.5M

Serena Vista has 110 apartments

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Local Restaurants Counting On Take-Out And Delivery Model

Food: Website New Resource for San Diegans To Find Open Eateries

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Inseego, Turtle Beach and RF Industries Post Financial Results

ELECTRONICS: Private Placement of $25M Goes to Inseego

Mission Beach Apartments Sold For $3.1M

Complex has eight apartments

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Long Beach Developers Investing Heavily in San Diego County

Real estate: Co. Redevelops Property to Fit Tastes of Millennials

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County’s Storied Craft Beer Industry Reacts, Adjusts, Plans

Brewers Look Inward, Turn Outward; Intensely Social Venues Go Quiet

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Supply Chain Weaknesses Exposed in Crisis

TRADE: 85% of U.S. Pharmaceutical Components Are Made in China

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Intergenerational Homeownership Decline Continues

Millennials Deal With Rising Prices and High Student Debt

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Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt's Conversation on Forgiveness Will Be in Virtual Venue

San Diego Women’s Week will present a virtual conversation with author Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt during a webinar set for April 1. The discussion will run from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Pacific time. The event is free but registration is required.

Travel Tech Co. Receives $82M From Investors

STARTUP: CloudBeds Makes Management Software for Hotels, Vacation Properties

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Project Moving Ahead Despite COVID-19

Meridian Teams Up With IHP for 97 Townhomes; ttChelsea to Build 44 Apartments

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Jewish Family Service Makes Sure Programs Take Holistic Approach

Nonprofit: Organization’s Experience, $32M Operating Budget Make It Force for Good

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