SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Carlsbad Logistics Startup Takes Off with $20M Funding Round

Airspace Technologies, a Carlsbad logistics startup, closed a $20M series B round.

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Qualcomm and Apple Playing With Fire in Lawsuits

LEGAL: Key Legal Rulings Are Expected in 2019

Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc.’s all-out patent war faces a legal crossroads next year.

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Arthritis Drug Is Big Test for Samumed

MEDICINE: Co. Following Own Path on Investors, Valuation

Samumed emerged two years ago with a mission of regenerating hair, skin and joints, valued at a head-turning $12 billion.

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Labor Dispute Prompts Two Weeks Cancellation for National Lacrosse League

The team’s inaugural home game will now be on Jan. 12, against the Rochester Knighthawks at Valley View Casino Center.

San Diego VCs Hit the Road in Investment Show

Four San Diego investors launched their own reality TV show, "VCs in a Van," showing how startup investments take place offstage.

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LRAD Makes $3.2M Sale

Rancho Bernardo-based LRAD Corp. said it received a $3.2 million order from the National Guard for an undisclosed number of 100X MAG-HS kits, one of its high-decibel sound systems able to send intelligible communications over very long distances.

Business Events Calendar for Week of November 12, 2018

Business events scheduled in the county.

Unmaking A Mess

SERVICE: Cleaning Co. Sees Chance to Shine By Tackling Dirty Jobs

Good customer service goes a long way. Just ask Green Guard Services Inc. President and CEO Nathan Leathers.

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Internet Bank Has New Home With Quite a View

San Diego’s high flying digital banking trendsetter has made it to another peak, this one on top floors of the Pacifica Tower at The Plaza office center in UTC.

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Company Adds Fifth Ingredient to Beer: Data

SOFTWARE: More Than 100 Data Points Tracked In Brewing Biz Processes

Water, hops, grain and yeast. Pulkit Agrawal became familiar with beer’s four main components while working for San Diego’s largest brewery, Ballast Point. Serving as a process engineer for just over two years, he helped Ballast point manage its packaging and canning systems.

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Nonprofit LISC Looks to Give Little Saigon Chance to Develop

FINANCE: Banks Back Efforts; Infrastructure and Housing Part of the Plans

Many years into the future, when out-of-town visitors decide they want to grab a great bowl of pho, they may head en masse to San Diego’s Little Saigon district — just as today’s tourists go to Little Italy for pasta.

Delivery Apps Bring Fresh Challenges to the Dining Scene

FOOD: As Eateries Struggle To Make Profit With Tech, Ghost Restaurants Open

The boom in food delivery apps available in San Diego has mushroomed exponentially the last several years. And, data shows they aren’t going away anytime soon.

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Certona Eyes Adjacent Markets, International Expansion

Years of steady growth carried Certona from its beginnings as a tech startup in small warehouse space to one of San Diego’s top software companies.

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The Missed Opportunities From A Lack of Diversity Are Costly

Leaders of San Diego startup and investment organizations shared what they are working on to advance representation through their work, and what opportunities they see in San Diego. They shared their thoughts during a Nov. 13 panel discussion hosted at Connect’s offices downtown.

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Report: Jobs Increase in Life Sciences Sector

Employment in the life sciences sector in San Diego County rose 15.4 percent year over year, according to a recent report.

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Westcore’s $11.6M Auction Bid Is a Winner in Many Ways

A prime piece of Sorrento Valley real estate has been scooped up by Westcore Properties, which is still figuring out what to do with it.

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Some Areas Still Have Not Recovered From Housing Crisis

San Diego neighborhoods that were hardest hit by the housing crisis have yet to recover.

Co.’s Printing Technology Gives It New Capabilities, New Focus

Forecast 3D liked its new, industrial-sized printing machines so much, it got more.

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Urbanite Moves

Mission Valley Is Hot for Office Projects Which in Turn Bring More Multifamily, Creating a Wave of Urbanization

Mission Valley is about to undergo a surge in office redevelopment.

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CRE Markets Don’t See Downside As Sectors Keep Flourishing

PROPERTY: Strong Labor Market, San Diego’s Popularity Stoke Momentum

Commercial real estate in general is booming in San Diego, with many brokers expecting a strong finish to 2018 in most sectors.

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