SD SERVICES

Translation Cos. Define Themselves With Work

SERVICE: Contractors Play Big Role in $30B Market

Sayed Ali’s face is something to behold. Ten seconds ago, a reporter asked him for the most obscure language his business deals in. Taking a few steps through his Scripps Ranch office, he stops at a low cubicle wall and consults the woman on the other side.

Tease photo

AttackIQ Names New CEO

A San Diego cybersecurity company named a new CEO on Nov. 20, after making its founder chief technology officer of the company.

Cleaning Co. Sees Chance to Shine By Tackling Dirty Jobs

Good customer service goes a long way. Just ask Green Guard Services Inc. President and CEO Nathan Leathers.

Tease photo

New Plan Aims to Equip Underutilized Workforce For Innovation Economy

San Diego County faces a steep challenge when it comes to preparing enough workers with the right skills to fill high-tech jobs in the coming decade, a recent study found.

Tease photo

ScaleMatrix, HPE, open high-performance computing center in San Diego

San Diego data center company ScaleMatrix will partner with Hewlett Packard Enterprises to open a new center for hybrid high-performance computing.

Puesto’s Co-Founder Named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30' 2019 List

25-year-old Adler is the only local entrepreneur to make the list this year.

Caterers Put More Tasks on Their Plate To Profit Year-Round

It was shortly before the Great Recession of 2008-2009 that Tracy Zemke, founder of Personal Touch Dining catering company, switched her business’ focus from corporate events to weddings.

Tease photo

Phil’s BBQ to Temporarily Close Sports Arena Location

The temporary closure will affect approximately 115 employees, although Phil’s is offering limited opportunities to work at other locations.

Bridgepoint Education Has Net Income of $4M in Quarter

Bridgepoint Education Inc., the San Diego company specializing in postsecondary education, reported net income of $4.3 million on revenue of $114.9 million during the third quarter.

Sempra Interests Stretch From Trade to Climate

ENERGY: With Most All Moves Regulated, Co. Weighs In on Issues

Lighting San Diego’s homes. Moving electricity around California and Texas. Sending natural gas through pipelines. Building infrastructure to export liquefied natural gas to foreign ports. Those are only part of what Sempra Energy does to stay in business.

Tease photo

Sempra Earns $274M in Quarter, Signs Customers to Baja LNG Plant

Sempra Energy reported earnings of $274 million, or 99 cents per share, on total revenues of $2.94 billion in the third quarter of 2018. It also announced new customers for its liquefied natural gas (LNG) export business.

Jack in the Box to Lay Off 66 Employees

The positions being eliminated are in areas including IT, finance & accounting, supply chain, and in the human resources and legal departments, company spokesperson Brian Luscomb said.

A New Steakhouse On The Dining Scene Raises Questions About Market Saturation

During an exclusive hard-hat tour in October of the then soon-to-be-opened $10 million Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse at the InterContinental San Diego hotel in downtown, general manager Michael Manoocheri stated: “There are steakhouses in every corner in this area, but, we hope to stand out by the ambience we’ve created.”

Tease photo

Mitek names new CEO

Mitek Systems named a new CEO, Max Carnecchia, to lead the company.

Tease photo

Judge Rules Qualcomm Must License Tech to Competition

A U.S. district judge ruled in favor of the FTC in its antitrust case against Qualcomm.