Cancer drug developer Zentalis Pharmaceuticals recently surfaced with an $85 million round. The funding was a series C financing, an unusually late point for a drugmaker to make its public debut.
French pharmaceutical Sanofi will pay $2.5 billion to buy Synthorx, a San Diego biotech that expanded the genetic alphabet in a quest to treat cancer.
BUILDING: From Dealerships To Schools, Co. Takes High Road
Dempsey Construction Co. is the little company that could — and did.
According to a press release, Safilo Group, an international eyewear company, acquired 70% of Blenders Eyewear's equity.
ECONOMICS: Cruise Line’s Local Impact To Reach $26 Million
Seven years since it last departed from the Port of San Diego, Carnival Cruise Line launched its winter schedule.
San Diego-based EDF Renewables North America and Shell Energy North America announced the signing of a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement.
By Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
Just steps from the Convention Center, historic Gaslamp Quarter and 3 miles from San Diego airport is the Grand Hyatt San Diego.
TOURISM: Forty Largest Hotels Are Not Cut From Same Cloth
This week’s list takes a measuring stick to San Diego’s hotel industry.
DEVELOPMENT: Briad Group to Bring First AC Hotels by Marriott Property to Heart of Gaslamp in Downtown
A hotel developer based in New Jersey is building its first West Coast project in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.
U.S. Department of Energy, Academic Researchers Pool Resources and Talents
General Atomics is getting five more years of federal funding to operate its experimental nuclear fusion reactor in Sorrento Valley.
According to a press release, Local Roots' acquistion of Latitude 33's brewing facility includes the 16,000 square foot brewery and 20 fermentation vessels located in Vista.
DINING: Inviting Atmosphere Seeks to Draw Younger Crowd
Nawar Miri felt Middle Eastern food, unlike Mediterranean food, was underrepresented in San Diego.
Irvine Co. and Casey Brown Co. Successfully Fill Spaces
Anecdotal evidence of the steady strong demand for office space in San Diego comes with word that the Irvine Co. has signed leases with five new companies.
TOURISM: Sportfishing Fleet Sees Big Crowds, Long Season
The sportfishing industry in San Diego, which has long served as a magnet for tourism and an economic driver for the region, is in the midst of a boom.
DEFENSE: State Dept. OKs Anti-IED Systems for Australia
Northrop Grumman Corp. is lining up an overseas order for its battlefield signal jammers, which the company designs and builds in San Diego.
LEADERSHIP: Diverse Pursuits All Lead Back To Great Work Ethic
San Diego businessman James Langley wears many hats.
PHARMA: Xenon Could Receive up to $1.7 Billion In Milestone Payments
Neurocrine Biosciences has plunked down $50 million upfront for a potential epilepsy treatment, the San Diego company’s second major licensing deal this year.
HOUSING: Change Will Be Gradual Leveling Playing Field For Buyers and Sellers
Baby boomers will ease the housing crunch when they die. So says a report from Zillow, an online real estate brokerage.