Sempra Energy’s $9.45 billion plan to obtain an ownership interest in Texas energy giant Oncor Electric took another step forward on Dec. 12.
Three high-profile scientists took home the prize billed as the Oscars of Science.
The 150-room Hyatt Place hotel in Vista was sold for an undisclosed price to Brighton Management.
San Diego-based broker dealers CUSO Financial Services LP (CFS) and Sorrento Pacific Financial LLC (SPF) have been acquired by Atria Wealth Solutions, a holding company in New York.
The San Diego software startup, an online fundraising platform for nonprofit organizations and social ventures, reported a record Giving Tuesday on its platform.
San Diego-based company, which makes ocean-inspired body care products, has been acquired by Beauty Partners LLC.
Don Knauss, chairman of the University of San Diego Board of Directors, and his wife, Ellie Knauss, are donating $20 million to the university to launch the planning and construction of a new $67 million home for its business school.
California is suing for-profit Ashford University and its parent company, San Diego-based Bridgepoint Education, alleging false promises to persuade students to enroll in the online school.
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The 726 Qdoba restaurants may be more coal than candy for Jack in the Box Inc.
Intellectual property law firm Patterson + Sheridan LLP plans to open its sixth U.S. office in San Diego.
The CPUC denied a San Diego Gas & Electric request to bill ratepayers $379 million in damages related to the 2007 wildfires.
Carlos Martinez, a senior manager at accounting, auditing and tax firm Haskell & White LLP, has joined the board of directors for the Association for Corporate Growth’s San Diego chapter.
UC San Diego is on its way to becoming a Division I school.
Sue Major has been elected to the national board of directors of Girl Scouts of the USA.
The CEO of the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank has been elected chairman of the California Association of Food Banks.