In 2022, what is the best nickname for San Diego, a city clearly on the rise and increasingly punching above its weight on the national and international stage?
TECHNOLOGY: New Platforms Work for Any Vehicle Fleet
San Diego-based Endera continues to roll out new technology for its line of zero-emission commercial electric vehicles, the latest being the launch of new software and a mobile app.
NONPROFITS: San Diego-born Fundraising Firms Unite
Two San Diego-born and bred companies will be joining forces later this year to become the go-to spot for people looking to donate to causes that matter to them.
TOURISM: Sesame Place to Open in March
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: SEAS) is getting closer to opening its newest theme park under the colorful umbrella of its family of entertainment sites across the U.S.
Harold G. Sadler, better known to the community as Hal Sadler, passed away at age 91 on Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 in San Diego. Sadler was surrounded by family and looking out over the bay and the city he loved.
CONSTRUCTION: La Jolla Project Included Rewards, Challenges
A $105 million renovation and expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla is wrapping up with the museum scheduled to open to the public in April.
LIFE SCIENCES: Hire Bolsters SD’s Largest Law Firm’s PBA Subsidiary
San Diego’s largest law firm announced this week that Kenneth Weixel has joined Procopio Business Advisors (PBA), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Procopio law firm, in the newly created position of senior growth advisor.
TECHNOLOGY: Company Now Offers Solutions to Retail Supply Chain, Labor, Waste Issues
San Diego-based Qualcomm’s IoT unit has been working toward transforming retail for over three years now, and this week the company presented its vision of a tech-enhanced retail shopping experience at NRF 2022.
LIFE SCIENCES: Sales Driven by Genomics Testing Coverage
“The acceleration of genomics in healthcare drove a very strong year for Illumina in 2021 and is building momentum for our business in 2022 and beyond.”
The North San Diego Business Chamber has elected Neal Manowitz, president and chief operating officer of Sony Electronics, to its board of directors.
BIOTECH: Firm Reports Selling 65 Million QuickVue Coronavirus Antigen Tests
Six days after the close of the year, diagnostic test maker Quidel Corp. (Nasdaq: QDEL) offered a preview of fourth quarter and annual financial results.
$32 Million Valley Senior Village Is Slated to Be First of a Series
A downtown Escondido apartment project that started construction in mid-January will be the first in a series of similar North County affordable housing projects.
HEALTHCARE: Revamped Decor Focuses on Patient Comfort
Cold, sterile maybe even scary used to be words that might come to mind in describing a traditional medical center or outpatient clinic. Now, try warm, inviting, even comfortable.
Business Owns 9 Million Square Feet of Commercial Space in the Local Market
Irvine Company is expanding its San Diego operations as the company predicts a big year in 2022.
Topgolf, a popular golf-themed entertainment company, could be teeing it up soon at a new location on Harbor Island.
REAL ESTATE: Lower Rents the Goal in Escondido
Waterford Property Co., based in Newport Beach, has acquired three Escondido apartment complexes for $157 million in partnership with the California Statewide Community Development Authority as part of a program to provide stable housing for middle income renters.
BIOTECH: Company Co-Founder Dr. Alain Baron Retires
San Diego-based Escient Pharmaceuticals, a clinical-stage company focused on discovering and developing therapies to address serious, unserved medical needs, has named Joshua Grass as the company’s new chief executive officer.
TOURISM: Prestigious Event Slated for Summer 2023
When the men’s world lacrosse championship comes to San Diego in 2023, regardless of which team prevails, area officials say the event will be a big win for tourism in the county.
In our first edition of 2022, I introduced myself to Business Journal readers. Now, I want to put the spotlight on the engine that powers the publication, the newsroom’s veteran editorial staff.