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Advanced materials able to withstand extreme environments are the focus of a new binational institute inaugurated May 24.
BlueHornet, a San Diego-based email marketing software and services provider, announced Claire Long as its new chief financial officer.
As a small business operator in San Diego, I know that every penny from every sale is incredibly important to my success, and those sales are driven by the customers I am able to reach around the world through the internet and platforms like eBay.
The San Diego Business Journal has one of the best group of candidates for its General Counsel Awards for 2016. You should attend this event June 30 at Hall of Champions in Balboa Park from 4-7 p.m.
VENDING: Co. Takes New Name, Begins to Seek Other Markets
Fresh Healthy Vending International Inc. is renaming itself and splitting its franchises in advance of its release of its latest product, a frozen yogurt robotic kiosk.
San Diego County business owners are less optimistic about prospects ahead because of the planned increases in the minimum wage and their own doubts about future hiring, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce reported on May 19.
Brazil-based Spoleto, a fast-casual Italian restaurant chain that lets customers choose ingredients for their entrees, plans to open six of its first seven California locations in San Diego County.
An organization called San Diego Stadium Coalition has joined with Save Our Bolts and other civic and fan groups, calling for a boycott of three hotel companies they claim are collectively opposing development of a hybrid downtown stadium and convention facility favored by the San Diego Chargers.
The University of San Diego board has named Donald R. Knauss as its new chairman, effective July 1. Knauss will succeed Ron Fowler, who is stepping down from the chairman’s post.
San Diego-headquartered Premier Food Concepts LLC, which operates the Luna Grill chain of fast-casual Mediterranean-style restaurants, plans to open new locations in Pacific Highlands Ranch and Mira Mesa, bringing its companywide total to 24.
Shares of Jack in the Box Inc. rose more than 10 percent to touch $71.99 in after-hours trading May 11 after the quick-service eatery chain reported second quarter earnings.
Developers of a new 400-room InterContinental Hotel, planned for the $217 million second phase of development at the former Lane Field in downtown San Diego, have obtained construction financing for the project. Construction was scheduled to begin May 10, with completion slated for September 2018.
La Jolla-based Cornerstone Integrated Marketing (CIM) Inc., a luxury hospitality and lifestyle public relations and marketing agency, announced the opening of its Houston office.
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.