Brad Graves

Reporter & Special Sections Editor

Email: bradg@sdbj.com
Phone: 619-366-6627

Recent Stories

Senate Confirms Cindy Marten’s Nomination to Education Post

The U.S. Senate on May 11 approved the nomination of San Diego schools Superintendent Cindy Marten as Assistant Secretary of Education in the Biden Administration.

Video for Big-Rig Trucks Attracts Funding and Customers

TECHNOLOGY: Lytx, Netradyne and SmartDrive Find Themselves in Demand

San Diego-based Lytx Inc. announced in April that it generated record revenue in 2020, driven by a 63% increase in new customers such as Coca-Cola Beverages Florida LLC and The Kroger Fulfillment Network.

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$11 Billion Property Deal

REAL ESTATE: REIT Attracts Realty Income

Realty Income Corp. (NYSE: O) has signed an agreement to acquire a second REIT, Phoenix-based VEREIT Inc. (NYSE: VER), in an all-stock transaction worth approximately $11 billion.

The Vision Endures at Convoy Street’s Dumpling Inn

RESTAURANTS: Vietnam, China, Kentucky, O.C. All Make Their Mark on Eatery

It’s been quite a run, the last six years at Dumpling Inn & Shanghai Saloon.

GA Captures $11M Navy Contract

Business Will Plan Depot Work for its Advanced Arresting Gear

The U.S. Navy awarded General Atomics an $11.4 million order for support services. Under the deal, GA will move into the second phase of depot planning efforts to support its Advanced Arresting Gear.

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KLM Switches on Wi-Fi From Viasat

Dutch Airline to Provide Service on European Routes

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has begun offering in-flight Wi-Fi powered by Carlsbad-based Viasat on a limited basis, with plans to expand the service to more of its fleet.

USD Pitch Competition Set for May 5

The University of San Diego will host its annual Venture Vetting (V2) Pitch Competition virtually at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 5.

Catalyst Names New CEO

Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties announced on May 4 that Megan Thomas has been named president and CEO.

Life Sciences Sector Will Be Key to Rebuilding Downtown

TOURISM: Bio Events to Increase Overnight and Day Visits

Tourism and technology are not mutually exclusive. In many ways they lean on each other, support one another.

Northrop Grumman Seeks Out Customers for Unmanned Aircraft

AEROSPACE: Co. Takes Firebird on U.S. Tour to Show Off Capabilities

It’s not your typical unmanned aircraft. At 35 feet long with an 80-foot wingspan, the Firebird from Northrop Grumman Corp. can fly two ways — with a pilot onboard or without.

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