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FINANCE: More Cos. Adopting Culture Gives Investors Greater Choices
Twenty years ago, multibillion-dollar companies including Nike and Wal-Mart were in the headlines — not because of their growing profits, but because of how they made them.
A new coworking space called BioLabs San Diego is launching this fall, hoping to fill the gaps left in the city’s biotech startup space.
DeskHub San Diego, one of the more bustling coworking spaces in the city, is expanding its space in Little Italy.
PROPERTY: Those Paying Cash Targeted By Treasury Department
The U.S. Treasury Department wants to know who secretly may be buying luxury homes in San Diego.
PROPERTY: Property Values, Rents Increase on West Coast
So far in 2016, San Diego-headquartered real estate investment trusts are continuing to benefit from a West Coast climate of limited new retail center development in locations where major store operators are still looking to set up shop.
Tracking S.D.’s Wealthiest Provides Reflection of Community
The list of the wealthiest San Diegans is dynamic and evolving, much like the community it reflects. It shows a cross-section of the county’s key industries and inspiring success stories, from executives at promising life science companies to fast-growing craft brewers. It includes individuals and families that helped build this community and its innovative tech companies. It’s a snapshot of prominent philanthropists, political donors and power brokers. There is no question that publishing a list of a community’s wealthiest individuals can be viewed as a crass, voyeuristic exercise that has more entertainment value than journalistic value. Fair enough; we understand the criticism. Some people have argued that publishing
Renovate America, the largest provider of clean energy financing for an initiative called PACE, announced Wednesday that it had acquired CakeSystems, a Portland-based software provider for home energy modeling.
BofI Holding Inc., parent company of BofI Federal Bank, reported net income of $29.7 million for the fiscal quarter ending June 30, up 21.9 percent from the year before.
An investment management firm with headquarters in San Diego and Chicago on Monday announced it had changed its name from Gurtin Fixed Income Management LLC to Gurtin Municipal Bond Management.
A financial technology company has ranked San Diego County third in California and No. 78 nationwide on its latest list of the amount of investment received by counties.
Mitek, a San Diego-based identity verification software company focused on mobile technology, on Thursday posted a 19 percent year-over-year decline in third-quarter GAAP net income amid a 41 percent jump in revenue.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego announced that the annual Summer Games that were hosted at Miramar College recently featured 761 members competing in an Olympic-style competition.
FINANCE: Reporting to Be Centralized, Numbers Must Conform Companywide
Industry observers are not yet expecting a significant impact on the decisions that corporate executives make regarding the size of their leased business space, or the length of those leases. But compliance with new nationwide lease accounting standards could pose data-management challenges for many businesses.
Co. Lets Customers Customize Their Juices
Craft juice startup OH! Juice has opened a new kind of tasting room, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find barrels of wine or beer on tap. Instead, how would you like to sample a blend of leafy greens? Or perhaps beets and berries are more to your liking?
Three San Diego-based real estate investment trusts – Realty Income Corp., American Assets Trust Inc. and Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. -- recently reported generally strong revenue and other financial results for their second quarter ending June 30.