San Diego Business Journal

SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Video Game Developer Psyonix Expands into Emmes’ Downtown Tower

San Diego-based video game developer Psyonix Inc. has signed a multiple-floor lease as it expands into downtown’s 1 Columbia Place, according to office tower owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC.

The Business Calendar for the Week of November 28, 2016

Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of November 28, 2016, and beyond.

San Diego-Based Cireson Opens Tokyo Office

San Diego-based Cireson recently opened an office in Tokyo.

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Andaz San Diego Opens New Meeting and Events Space After Renovation

Andaz San Diego has opened a new meeting and events space called The Gallery, following a $400,000 renovation at the Gaslamp Quarter hotel.

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center First California Hospital to Use Kidney Injury Assessment Test

Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center has become the first hospital in California to adopt a new test to identify patients at risk of developing acute kidney injury, a potentially deadly condition estimated to cost the U.S. health-care system as much as $10 billion per year.

North San Diego Business Chamber Receives 5-Star Accreditation

The United States Chamber of Commerce awarded North San Diego Business Chamber with 5-Star Accreditation.

S.D. Home Sales Fall 1% for October

Pending home sales in San Diego in October fell by nearly 1 percent compared to the same month last year, the California Association of Realtors said.

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Orchard Supply Hardware Opening First San Diego County Store

Home and garden retailer Orchard Supply Hardware plans a Nov. 29 opening for its first San Diego County store, at 8780 Navajo Road in San Diego. The location is near the city’s eastern border with La Mesa

Business Calendar for Week of November 28, 2016

Some of the business events planned for the county for the week of November 28, 2016 and beyond.

Airgain Announces Follow-on Offering

San Diego-based Airgain Inc. — which makes antennas for mobile and household devices — plans to sell up to $46 million of its common stock in a follow-on offering.

Game Developer Psyonix Expands into Emmes’ Downtown Tower

San Diego-based video game developer Psyonix Inc. has signed a multiple-floor lease as it expands into downtown’s 1 Columbia Place, according to office tower owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC.

Cybersecurity Firm Proficio Targets Expansion Abroad, Raises $12 Million in Funding Round

Proficio, a Carlsbad-based provider of managed cybersecurity detection and response services, has raised $12 million in an international funding round.

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Andaz San Diego Opens New Meeting, Events Space After Renovation

Andaz San Diego has opened a new meeting and events space called The Gallery, following a $400,000 renovation at the Gaslamp Quarter hotel.

Sempra Subsidiary Withdraws From Negotiations on Peru Pipeline

Sempra International has withdrawn from talks it had hoped would allow the company to participate in a $6.5 billion natural gas pipeline project in Peru.

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HP Campus Buyer Obtains $90M for Purchase, Renovations

San Francisco-based Swift Real Estate Partners has obtained $90 million in financing for its recent acquisition and upcoming repositioning of the Rancho Bernardo office campus that it recently acquired from tech giant HP Inc.

San Diego Hotel Revenue Grows 4.1 Percent in First 10 Months

San Diego County hotels posted a 4.1 percent gain in revenue in the first 10 months of 2016, topping $2.29 billion, with year-over-year increases on most key metrics, according to the latest monthly data from research firm STR.

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Genalyte Inc. Receives $36 Million in Latest Funding Round

Local life science firm Genalyte Inc. has landed $36 million in funding to accelerate the development of its blood testing technology.

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Pacific Beach Retail Property Sold for $2.3 Million

SMP Realty LLC of San Marcos has purchased a Pacific Beach retail building for $2.3 million, according to brokerage firm Lee & Associates.

Judge Blocks Overtime Rule

A Texas judge has granted an injunction blocking the Department of Labor’s overtime rule, which would have required businesses nationwide to pay overtime to more than four million employees by doubling the salary threshold below which workers are eligible for that pay.

Cryotherapy Company Opens Third Location

A San Diego company has opened its third cold therapy treatment center at a location in La Jolla.