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WD-40 Co., the San Diego based maker of lubricants and other household products, said it completed the acquisition of the business and assets of GT85 Ltd., a United Kingdom based company that sells multipurpose maintenance products.
Succession Capital Inc., a San Diego based private equity firm, said it acquired Sienna Sky Jewelry, a maker and distributor of fashion jewelry based in Longmont, Col. for an undisclosed price.
OneAmerica Financial Partners Inc., an Indianapolis-based insurance company, said it completed the acquisition of City National Bank’s’ retirement services record keeping unit in San Diego.
Venture capital funding for the life sciences sector reached $2.5 billion in 195 deals nationally for the second quarter of 2014, according to a new report by MoneyTree and PricewaterhouseCoopers, based on data provided by Thomson Reuters.
Comerica Bank’s California Economic Activity Index grew in June, advancing 0.4 percent to a level of 113.3.
Opponents of an approved hike in San Diego’s minimum wage have begun circulating petitions to place the matter before voters, following City Council’s recent override of a mayoral veto.
Investment firm Fenway Properties of San Diego has obtained $7.1 million in financing for a planned renovation of Tri-City Corporate Towers in Oceanside.
Balboa Thrift and Loan, based in Chula Vista and one of the last six thrift and loans in the state, just keeps on truckin’, racking up profits despite more competitors in its chosen niche — auto lending.
The value of the San Diego Chargers increased by $46 million or 5 percent over the past year to $995 million, according to the annual Forbes report on the National Football League.
JMI Equity, a private equity firm with offices in San Diego and Baltimore, said it closed its largest fund ever this week-— $1 billion for JMI VIII.
A San Diego-based immunotherapy company has successfully completed $100,000 of financing by utilizing an unusual fundraising approach — crowd funding.
Emeryville-based Jamba Juice Co. plans to hold a National Hiring Day on Aug. 21, recruiting in several California cities including San Diego as it seeks to add up to 1,000 new employees.
Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute’s board of trustees has appointed Perry Nisen as CEO and holder of the Donald Bren chief executive chair for the institute’s La Jolla-based headquarters.
Mitek Systems , a San Diego maker of software used by more than 2,500 financial institutions for transferring money via mobile devices, saw its stock plunge 18 percent Aug. 18 following the company’s announcement that its chief technology officer abruptly left the company.
San Diego City Council has voted 6-2 to override Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s veto of a measure to raise the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 an hour by 2017.