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My guess is that some San Diego officials believe that the city’s current anti-homelessness policies are being executed in the service of local businesses. Actually, these policies are hurting our businesses – and, therefore, hurting our region’s economy and our overall quality of life.
Marjorie J. Burchett has joined the San Diego office of Withers Bergman as a partner. Burchett is an experienced real estate lawyer who has worked across major residential, commercial and mixed-use development projects in California for the last 30 years. She joins Withers Bergman from Dentons, and was previously a partner at McKenna Long & Aldridge and Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps.
Federal prosecutors have charged two San Diego businessmen with insider trading for using a confidential tip to snag $83,000 in profit when local biotech Ardea Biosciences was acquired in 2012.
WORKFORCE: Sites Offer Work/Play Mix to Boost Morale, Creativity
As coworking spaces surge in popularity, some entrepreneurs are putting a new twist on the business model — targeting those who want to combine work with play.
RETAIL: E-Commerce Tactics To Open Up Market for Adigica
One of the biggest names in local biotech, David Hale, is joining forces with an e-commerce expert to bring the sale of skincare products into the digital age.
Stone Brewing Co. is moving forward with a $26 million hotel previously announced for land adjacent to its headquarters and flagship brewing facilities in Escondido.
San Diego city and business development leaders have officially launched a previously announced free downtown circulator shuttle service, now called FRED. The acronym for the service, which uses all-electric vehicles, stands for Free Ride Everywhere Downtown.
Chula Vista-based Karina’s Mexican Seafood has permanently closed its downtown San Diego restaurant due to plumbing issues, just short of the eatery’s second anniversary at 925 B St.
Chula Vista-based Youngevity International Inc. has acquired assets of Renew Interests LLC.
Maryland-based Zips Dry Cleaners has signed a development deal with a Los Angeles area franchisee to build 110 locations in Southern California, including 15 in the San Diego market.
Sempra Energy reported earnings of $16 million, or 6 cents per share, during the second quarter of 2016. Total revenue was $2.16 billion, the company said Aug. 4.
Denver-based hospitality group Punch Bowl Social, which operates restaurant-entertainment centers, plans to open a new location at downtown San Diego’s Makers Quarter mixed-used development. It is planned for the building that once housed the historic Coliseum Federal Athletic Club, at 1485 E St. in East Village.
We Californians like to think we are the envy of all other states. Governors of Michigan, Texas, Florida and others have found it fruitful to advertise here, even flying in to persuade businesses to leave California for greener (read: less taxing) pastures.
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.
MARKETING: Giving Public Active Role Can Create Waves of Publicity
Back in the day, advertising arrived in 30-second segments that the family would watch while crowded around the television after dinner.