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Drizly, a technology company that provides an on-demand alcohol delivery service, announced its launch in San Diego May 5.
Brenda Wallach has launched her own patent/consulting legal firm. Wallach is a former Sapphire Energy Inc. attorney, from 2009 to 2014. She also spent more than a decade at law firms Cooley LLP and Morrison Foerster LLP. Her company, Wallach IP Management and Consulting, can help clients search for prior art, prepare patent applications and work with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She specializes in biotech, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
RETAIL: Product Makes Infusing Supplements A Simpler, Cleaner Task
A product as simple as the plastic water bottle may seem beyond innovative overhaul, but startup founder Joshua Hall has nearly 1,000 customers who say otherwise.
RETAIL: High Volume and Low Pricing Create Opening
Three surfers went to lunch, put together a business name, designed their business cards and then knocked on the doors of national retailers asking them to carry their new product.
PHARMA: Acadia Prepares To Launch Drug to Treat Parkinson’s Psychosis
Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc. has earned the greenlight from regulators to sell a valuable antipsychotic drug. The medication, potentially worth billions, quells the hallucinations and delusions experienced by Parkinson’s disease patients. And it’s the first of its kind.
Sempra Energy — parent company to San Diego Gas & Electric Co. and Southern California Gas Co. — reported first quarter earnings of $319 million, or $1.27 per share of common stock, on revenue of $2.62 billion. The company made the announcement May 4.
Bridgepoint Education, a local provider of postsecondary education services, reported May 3 its results for the first quarter of 2016, ending on March 31, with revenue down from $142.5 million in 2015 to $133 million in 2016.
Wisconsin-based Wonderist Agency recently announced the opening of its new office in Point Loma.
LABOR: Wage Hikes Will Raise Threshold For Salaried Staff
Think California’s just-enacted minimum-wage increase only applies to low-paid hourly workers? Think again.
SUPPLEMENTS: Reset Includes CEO, New Products
As the co-founders of San Diego startup RuckPack Inc. will tell you, it’s not always smooth sailing after 15 minutes of fame.
Student entrepreneurs from the University of San Diego and universities in Tijuana will compete for $100,000 cash at a “Shark Tank-like” competition Thursday.
Sempra Energy on Tuesday said it was selling two utility subsidiaries in Alabama and Mississippi in a deal worth $400 million to The Laclede Group Inc., the holding company for a St. Louis-based utility.
An affiliate of Anaheim-based Marwaha Group Inc. has acquired the 94-room TownePlace Suites hotel in Vista for $15 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Adult Day Health Centers Among New Models for Aging Care
Every day in the U.S., 10,000 baby boomers reach age 65, about twice the rate of the prevous generation. By 2030, 18 percent of Americans will be at least 65, according to Pew Research Center projections.
Senior Housing Developments Include Wine Bars and Salons
A 309-unit senior community set to break ground later this year in Carlsbad is among the latest examples of developers adding resortlike amenities to attract the baby boomer generation into its next phase of housing.