SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
San Diego-based CareFusion Inc. is investing $100 million in Israeli pump maker Caesarea Medical Electronics, acquiring a 40 percent stake of the company.
Qualcomm Inc. is touting a series of new devices that could give retailers a boost in identifying interested shoppers in their stores.
San Diego-based life sciences software company Accelrys Inc. has acquired Ireland-based Qumas for $50 million in cash.
Steve Forbes, chairman and editor-in-chief of Forbes Media, is coming to Kearny Mesa Dec. 12 to sign a naming rights agreement between his company and San Diego-based Bridgepoint Education.
The Control Group, a locally based Web development and online marketing firm, plans to invest more than $3 million as it expands into the MetroWork office condominium building in Little Italy.
The ConAm Group of Companies recently named Chaz Mueller as president and CEO.
The four teams are set for San Diego’s two college football bowl games at Qualcomm Stadium this month.
San Diego-based Active Network’s race registration software now supports “mob” events, the company said recently.
The San Diego Padres will play the Mexico City Red Devils in an exhibition game set for March 27 at Petco Park, the team announced.
Imagine Communications has agreed to be acquired by Colorado-based Harris Broadcast.
Alaska Airlines is set to begin daily nonstop service between Salt Lake City and San Diego International Airport on June 10.
PriceSmart Inc., a San Diego-based chain operator of warehouse club stores in the Caribbean and Central America, reported that net sales rose 12.6 percent to $589.7 million for the three month period ended Nov. 30, from $523.6 million in the like period of the previous year.
Best Western Plus Blue Sea Lodge in Pacific Beach has been reflagged as Blue Sea Beach Hotel, an independently branded and operated property, as it undergoes an extensive $5 million renovation.
Some of the business events happening around the county for the week of December 9, 2013.
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. $40.3 million for full-rate production of the Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system, the Pentagon announced on Dec. 6.
The San Diego Workforce Partnership, the regional job training agency, added seven new members to its investment board.
Woodrose LP has purchased a 34-unit apartment complex in Pacific Beach for $6.8 million, according to brokerage services provider Sperry Van Ness, which represented the buyer and seller.
San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said that its defense systems subsidiary received a contract worth more than $70 million from an overseas customer.
Peregrine Realty Partners of Newport Beach has purchased La Terraza Corporate Plaza, an office building in Escondido, for $22.3 million, according to brokerage services company CBRE, which represented the buyer and seller.
Developer Lowe Enterprises has completed the third phase of the $500 million County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa, among the largest ongoing construction projects in San Diego County.