The company, which qualifies and pursues leads for real estate agents, employs about 150 people in San Diego.
Ballast Point said April 19 it’s crafting a specially-brewed beer to mark its partnership with the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC).
CDC Small Business Finance has facilitated more than $13 billion in financing to more than 11,000 small businesses.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) will cut 1,231 jobs in San Diego.
The dividend payout will be 9 percent higher than what shareholders have received quarterly since April of 2017.
Real estate operators use the San Diego-based company's platform to track and analyzes data on commercial properties' impacts on the environment.
The firm said it aims to invest in lower middle market companies in the manufacturing, niche software, business services and food sectors.
During a three-day period last month, Shoal Creek Elementary students in Poway collected $1,000 in donations for San Diego’s Ronald McDonald House as part of the charity’s Red Shoe Crew program. To foster a sense of kindness and charity among school-aged children, students participating in the Red Shoe Crew program help educate their peers on the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego’s mission.
Barry Wellins' experience includes a prior stint with Union Bank: From 2001-2003, Wellins was the bank's Santa Monica branch manager.
The biotechnology company described the financing round as oversubscribed.
The firm, which specializes in municipal bond portfolio management, had $14 billion in discretionary assets under management as of March 31.
Scripps Mercy Hospital celebrated the institution’s three decades of lifesaving trauma care at the annual Mercy Ball recently at the The Pendry hotel in downtown San Diego. Nearly 500 supporters attended the sold-out event that raised $700,000 to benefit the Scripps Mercy San Diego Trauma Center patients on both campuses, including the purchase of cutting-edge technology for head and spine trauma surgery in Hillcrest and the remodel fund for Chula Vista’s Triage Center.
INSURANCE: Right Deductible, Choice of Counsel Can Be Important
Obtaining Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) is a strong base for any corporation as it pertains to protecting its investment, but experts want business owners to know that’s just the start.
Just last fall, Kailey Rowan, owner of Hardcore Fitness North County in Vista, which has five employees and over 430 members, had no idea what Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) was. Consequently, she hadn’t imagined the risk she’d been taking as a small business owner not having it.
It was the first sale for the company involving its unsecured lending product.