TECH: Blue Sky Also Delivers Data to Support Various Missions
A map showing Africa appears on the large-screen television at Blue Sky Network in Mission Valley. It offers a unique perspective of the continent.
BEVERAGE: Drink Fits in With Craft Culture, Return to Nature
For a few decades now, San Diego has been distinctively known as the craft beer capital of America.
Sustainability is still in its infancy. This brings opportunities to think outside the box, even outside the disposable diaper box.
ACQUISITION: Sale Part of Focus On North America
Sempra Energy has agreed to sell its power businesses in Chile to a Chinese company for $2.23 billion in cash.
BUILDING: Family Firm Tackles Many Education Projects
Barnhart-Reese Construction — the successor to the long-time San Diego development firm of Douglas E. Barnhart Inc. — has nabbed three new contracts with a total worth of more than $29.5 million.
RETAIL: Co. Has Licensing Deals, Expects 10% Growth in 2019
Before Mike Barland launched MGP Caliper Covers a little over a decade ago, there were two common practices for beautifying a car’s calipers.
BIOTECH: Device Applications Include Sports, Military
Debbie Chen can throw a punch. She began competing as an amateur Muay Thai fighter before she founded her hydration monitoring startup, Hydrostasis.
Todd Jackson, president and CEO of Jackson Design and Remodeling (JDR) entered the remodeling business at age 20.
Two Theaters Recently Sold in Region for $36.5M and $32.3M
Movie theaters are attracting investors to San Diego County looking for property that is immune from disruptions caused by e-commerce.
Crypto Currency Services Increased Its Customer Base
Silvergate Bank named a new chief financial officer Oct. 14.
Access Trax Awarded $10,000, Plans to Make First Part-Time Hire
Connect All at the Jacobs Center’s first cohort of startups delivered their pitches recently.
Long impeding drugmakers, entire classes of proteins have proven too difficult to target.
Northrop Grumman will work with MiraCosta College and Palomar College to prepare students for careers in aerospace or defense.
Two apartment buildings and a retail center sold
Markstein Beverage Co.'s closure follows the acquisition of "key Markstein assets" in September by Anheuser-Busch InBev. The terms of that deal were undisclosed.
BEVERAGE: Ten Years In the Making, Co. Tapped Traditional Methods, Experts
San Diego-based Cutwater Spirits has revealed its latest creation: the brand’s first tequila offering.
DEFENSE: San Diego’s Defense Role Brings a Giant Economic Impact
The Defense Department pumped an estimated $28.1 billion into the San Diego County economy.
Growth Accelerator Fund Competition to Support Startups
Two San Diego business accelerators were each awarded $50,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.
DESIGN: Central Atrium And Even Center’s Stairs Bring People Together
Making space where researchers could casually bump into each other and get a peek at each other working was a big part of the design of Center for Novel Therapeutics.
Company to Charge for App, Plans to Also Develop A Job Health Feature
Sean Rones, a Carmel Valley-based entrepreneur, didn’t realize his relationship was out of balance until he found himself at the therapist’s office.