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TaylorMade Rolls Out New Golf Equipment

TaylorMade Golf, a leading golf equipment company headquartered in Carlsbad, announced the release of its all-new SIM Max and SIM Max OS Irons.

Shipyard as Classroom: General Dynamics NASSCO Sends Welders to School

WORKFORCE: Eight-Week Course Is a Must for Prospective Employees

Barrio Logan shipyard builds its products from the ground up. The need for welders is high.

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New Operators of Loma Club Plan To Up Its Game

Country Club Cuisine, Cocktail Program Part of Broader Hospitality Appeal

Laura Johnson and Luke Mahoney founded You & Yours Distilling Co., an urban distillery and tasting room in the East Village, in 2017.

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Deep Space Clock Gets Down to Work With GA’s Support

Payload on OTB Satellite Is Part of a 1 Year Experiment

NASA’s experimental Deep Space Atomic Clock is now operating. It completed the commissioning phase of its journey in November.

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GA-ASI Wins Aircraft Support Deals; Northrop Grumman to Build Tritons

Both Stand to Gain Hundreds of Millions of Dollars

The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in December.

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Food Company Forecasts $9 Million in 2020 Revenue

RETAIL: Company Finds Competition, Inspiration in San Diego Market

In July, Business Insider voted San Diego as one of the top 15 cities in the U.S. for startups. In October, the city came in at No. 7 on Wallet Hub’s “Best Foodie Cities in America” list.

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Road Runner Sports Launches KORSA Apparel Brand

KORSA is now available in all 42 Road Runner Sports retail stores across the U.S. and on RoadRunnerSports.com.

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$741M Border Project Gets Finishing Touches

CONSTRUCTION: Crossing Achieves LEED Platinum Status

A $741 million project to rebuild the San Ysidro border crossing between the U.S. and Mexico officially wrapped up in December.

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Viasat Rolls Out Residential Internet Service in Mexico

COMMUNICATIONS: Already in Brazil, Co. Sets Sights on Rest of Latin America

Viasat Inc. plans to dramatically expand its residential internet service in Mexico and Brazil during the coming year.

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Acquisition Bringing Needed Resources to Before the Butcher

RETAIL: Experienced Team to Expand Products, Footprint in $12 Billion Market

Early last year, Before the Butcher Inc., a San Diego-based company that makes plant-based meat products.

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Executive Q&A: Alex Sun

CEO Mitchell International

Mitchell was founded by Glenn Mitchell in 1946 in a garage in the Clairemont Mesa neighborhood here in San Diego.

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Wind Turbines on Wheels Drive Uprise Energy’s Business

CLEAN TECH: Founders Build on Yacht and Windmill Experience, Raise $1 Million

Wind turbine Specialist Uprise Energy was recently selected as a top three finalist in the clean tech category during the annual Most Innovative New Product Awards, presented by Connect and the San Diego Venture Group.

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Flavored Whiskey Is Gaining Favor

MANUFACTURING: Distilleries Pile Into Space With 5.5% Growth

Chocolate. Peanut Butter. Honey. Yes, these are traditional candy bar flavors.

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Taylor Is in Tune With Its Mexico Operations

RETAIL: Tecate Site Helps Company To Be Globally Competitive

Operating a factory in Baja California, Mexico, for nearly two decades has helped El Cajon-based Taylor Guitars.

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