AtYourGate allows passengers the ability to order food or retail items via mobile devices to be delivered at their gate.
San Francisco-based Twist Bioscience Corporation has opened a 2,500-square-foot office in Carlsbad.
Win Technologies USA will provide a casino management system for the new La Jolla Trading Post Casino.
BIOTECH: Illumina SVP Tackles Challenges
Susan Tousi doesn’t practice medicine, unlike many in her family tree. But Illumina’s senior vice president of product development is making her mark on health.
Daré Bioscience, a San Diego biopharmaceutical focused on women’s reproductive health, has partnered with Orbis Biosciences to develop long-lasting injectable contraceptives.
Steven Jones founded his diversity and inclusion consulting firm in 1993, and while there has never been a shortage of need for its services, there hasn’t always been this much demand.
Teradata Corp., the publicly traded data analytics business that has about 1,000 employees in Rancho Bernardo, has created and filled two new executive positions based in San Diego.
San Diego biotech Crinetics Pharmaceuticals, taking aim at endocrine-related cancers and endocrine disorders, raised $63.5 million through a Series B financing round.
In a flurry of moves announced March 8, Alphatec acquired SafeOp Surgical, raised $50 million and installed Patrick Miles as CEO.
PROPERTY: Building To Be Connected to Current HQ Next Door
MedImpact is expanding its corporate headquarters campus along the Interstate 15 corridor with construction of a 158,000-square-foot building and an adjacent four-level parking structure. The six-story building at 10159 Scripps Gateway Court will be linked by a pedestrian bridge to Medimpact’s first headquarters building, completed in 2010 by Sudberry Properties.
A Valley Center housing development rejected by voters in 2016 has been retooled with what the developer said is a host of improvements, including plans to add an elementary school and renovate an existing fire station or build a new one.
An East Village project aimed at providing housing for people at risk of becoming homeless has been approved by Civic San Diego, the city-owned nonprofit agency that oversees downtown development.
The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego was rated the top real estate program in the nation for undergraduate students in 2018 by College Factual, an online college rating site.
$10M Fund Targeted for ‘Community-Minded’ Borrowers
A group of San Diego investors is betting on locally based nonprofit organizations and social enterprises to the tune of $10 million.
FINANCE: Signature Covers Bookkeeping To Business Insights
Signature Analytics CEO Peter Heald sees the scope of the rapidly growing financial firm’s opportunity through the lens of “the second black box” of small business — operational finance.
Ramona R. Whitley has been named chief business development and marketing officer at Allen Matkins. She will lead client relationship and marketing initiatives, for the real estate and business law firm.
Two years ago, three La Jolla High School students formed Clean for a Cause, a nonprofit to recycle plastic, aluminum, and glass at CRV redemption centers and donates funds raised from those recyclables. During this time, Cause has recycled approximately two tons of material. Led by Mason Matalon, a senior at LJHS, Clean for a Cause announced that it has made its first donation to San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy.
The world is in the midst of a fundamental change in how people work and the words they use to describe it. When San Diego residents discuss full-time, permanent employment, it remains straightforward, “I work full-time at [insert employer].” However, how do they relate non-permanent employment?
Until recently he was executive chairman of the board.
It's unclear how he would finance a bid for the company, which has a market value of about $90 billion.