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Sonic Drive-In plans a Feb. 24 opening for its sixth regional restaurant and first in the city of San Diego, at 5247 Kearny Villa Road in Kearny Mesa.
The luxury Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego has completed an extensive renovation, including a 10,000-square-foot rooftop deck with an events space.
Fitch Ratings affirmed the credit ratings on bonds issued by the San Diego Regional Airport Authority, with nearly $380 million of senior revenue bonds receiving an A+ rating, $571 million of subordinate revenue bonds getting an A, and the overall bond rating outlook deemed stable.
Some of the business events scheduled for the week of Feb. 17, 2014.
Help acknowledge your company as one of San Diego’s “Best Places to Work.” The San Diego Business Journal is now accepting nominations for this popular program through March 28. The annual recognition program, supplement and event feature the region’s most highly ranked companies.
Some of the business events happening the week of February 17, 2014.
TOURISM: Along With Safari Park, It Delivers $875M Economic Impact
Those cute pandas at San Diego Zoo apparently create more than global attention. They also helped the zoo and its Safari Park generate more than $875 million in regional economic impact in 2012, according to a newly issued report.
Help acknowledge your company as one of San Diego’s “Best Places to Work.”
San Diego port commissioners said they want to host the next America’s Cup yacht races, and directed the staff of the Port of San Diego to present a bid on the event scheduled for 2017.
The San Diego Business Journal is bringing back one of its most popular programs to the roster of high profile awards recognitions. The Family-Owned Business Awards 2014 will honor those San Diego County organizations and the individuals in them that have become part of the history and culture of our region.
City Sights, an indoor extension of the open-air ALTITUDE Sky Lounge, is now open on the 22nd floor of the San Diego Marriott in Gaslamp Quarter.
Padres fans living in areas being served by Time Warner Cable will be able to watch their team on television following the news that the cable company and Fox Sports San Diego reached a long-contested agreement.
Sony Corp. said it’s selling its Vaio personal computer business to Japan Industrial Partners, a Japanese investment fund, for an undisclosed sum, as part of a massive restructuring of the company that will cost about 5,000 jobs worldwide.
Some of the business events happening around the county for the week of February 10, 2014.
Mad Catz Interactive Inc., a San Diego maker of computer game peripherals, reported a net loss of $566,000 on net sales of $32.9 million in its third quarter, which ended Dec. 31.