SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS
Consultants for the San Diego Chargers touted “significant positive impact” from a proposed $1.8 downtown stadium and convention facility, as the team unveiled final results of a 90-page consulting study that it commissioned.
Cubic Corp. is leasing a 39,000-square-foot facility in Otay Mesa to complement its Tijuana manufacturing space.
The U.S. Department of Energy has chosen La Jolla-based clean tech company Hyperlight Energy as one of 43 small businesses that will work with the DOE’s national labs to "accelerate the transformation toward a clean energy economy," the department announced Tuesday.
A physician services organization based in Knoxville, Tenn., has acquired all operations of the medical group that staffs and manages Sharp Grossmont Hospital’s emergency department.
San Diego County hotel revenue rose 3.5 percent from a year ago, topping $1.6 billion for the first seven months of 2016, even as occupancy dipped 0.4 percent to 78.4 percent, according to the latest monthly data from research firm STR.
Shares of Sophiris Bio Inc. were tanking Tuesday on news of the company’s secondary stock offering.
San Diego’s business accelerator CONNECT is launching a new investor syndicate to help fund “disruptive” technology and life science startups in San Diego.
The U.S. Navy plans to send its futuristic destroyer Zumwalt to San Diego after the ship’s Oct. 15 commissioning ceremony in Baltimore.
San Diego-based Sullivan Solar Power announced it has hired Bill Ness as vice president of sales and marketing.
Tri-City Healthcare District and UC San Diego Health have finalized an affiliation agreement under which the university-based system will introduce new physicians and medical services to North County, while the hospital organization and its physicians gain access to additional insured patients.
The U.S. Navy’s satellite network is trusty, but it needs an update. So it has tapped ViaSat Inc. for some help.
Christina Spence has been named executive director of the Life Care Center of Escondido, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility.
The San Diego Hunger Coalition announced changes to its board of directors.
San Diego’s Fate Therapeutics has raised $10.3 million in an equity deal, according to a recent form filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Matt Savant, a resident of San Marcos, has been named President of Business Operations for the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League.
Irvine-based land brokerage firm Province West has established an office in San Diego, managed by Vice President Eric Weitz. The expansion follows a recently announced strategic alliance between Province West and Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Nathan & Associates Inc.
Ireland-based Zenith Technologies is opening a new site in San Diego to meet demand for its services on the West Coast.
Carlsbad-based Continuing Life Communities has acquired a 53-acre land parcel in San Diego’s Scripps Ranch neighborhood for $18.5 million, with plans to develop a new continuing care retirement community.
Local startup Singlera Genomics has raised $20 million in a Series A round, the company announced Monday.
Locally based Waypoint Public, Board & Brew, and Piacere Mio are among four new restaurants joining the tenant lineup at Del Sur Town Center, a new retail property in northeastern San Diego’s Del Sur neighborhood.