San Diego Business Journal stories

    Meeting The New Standard
    Change in accounting rules brings about a new business to facilitate compliance.

    SDSU's Initiative Has Gathered Enough Signatures to Get on the Ballot, Group Says
    SDSU West is the name the university has given to its plan to redevelop the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.

    Office Rents Are Expected to Continue Their Climb in 2018
    Renting office space in San Diego is getting pricier, with the amount of money landlords want climbing closer to or matching peaks reached prior to the recession.

    Luna DNA Seeks to Blaze New Trail to Data
    Dawn Barry recently came on board as president of the startup led by former Illumina executives like herself.

    Jack in the Box Appoints New CFO
    Lance F. Tucker will begin serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer March 26.

    SD 500: Carisa Wisniewski
    Carisa Wisniewski joined Moss Adams LLP in 2005 after 16 years with Delotte&Touche LLP, rising to current position as the partner in charge in the San Diego office as well as on the corporate executive committee.

    SD 500: Doug Winter
    In 2010, Doug Winter founded Seismic Software Inc, a global marketing and sales enablement solution through technology and specializing in sales enablement, enterprise content management, content automation and sales and marketing alignment.

    SD 500: Caroline Winn
    In 2010, Caroline Winn joined San Diego Gas and Electric, a utility company providing gas and electric to San Diego County and the third oldest companies in San Diego.

    SD 500: Borre Winckel
    Borre Winckel became the president and CEO of the Building Industry Association in 2008.

    SD 500: Maurice D. Wilson
    In 2010, Maurice Wilson joined the National Veterans Transitions Services, a.k.a. REBOOT, a 501 (c)(3) organized and dedicated to assisting veterans in adjusting to civilian life and securing meaningful employment by combining best-practice performance social solutions and techniques.

    SD 500: Douglas Wilson
    Douglas Wilson founded his company in 1989 and has deftly steered it through numerous, ever-changing cycles. His company?s offerings and nationwide regional offices have expanded to include development and management during the industry?s good times and court-appointed bankruptcy and receivership services during tough times.

    SD 500: Barbara Wight
    As CFO of Taylor Guitars, Barbara Wight oversees the company?s foreign operations, financial information systems and legal interests.

    SD 500: Kurt Wickham
    Kurt Wickham joined West Partners in 2015. West Partners is part of the Gary and Mary West family office, and has a permanent capital base with no outside investors.

    SD 500: Chris White
    You might not know it, but it?s likely you?ve used White Labs? products before. Their yeast is used by many brewers around the world, and their analytical testing and consulting services are a favorite of winemakers, distillers and kombucha brewers alike.

    SD 500: Jack White
    Jack White co-founded Ballast Point Brewing in 1996, grew it to a San Diego craft beer icon with three locations and a distilling arm that now makes 14 spirits, and sold the company to Constellation Brands in 2015 for an estimated $1 billion.

    SD 500: Ruth Westreich
    Ruth Westreich became the president of the Westreich Foundation in 2002. The foundation focuses on advancing integrative medicine and promoting hope, healing and prevention.

    SD 500: Brad Weston<
    Brad Weston become CEO of Petco in early 2017, and it was a busy year for him. Petco operates more than 1,500 locations across the U.S., Mexico and Puerto Rico.

    SD 500: Robert E. Westfall Jr.
    Robert E. Westfall Jr. leads the Vista-based manufacturer of solar lighting applications for residential and commercial buildings.

    SD 500: Tim West
    Tim West came to JPMorgan Chase in 2012 as vice president of Middle Market Banking and was named executive director and regional manager of middle market banking in 2016.

    SD 500: Gary and Mary West
    The Wests were technology pioneers in the telemarketing industry, eventually netting $1.45 billion in 2006 from their stake in West Corp.