Taxes, skilled-worker visas challenge innovators

Taxes, skilled-worker immigration policy, export regulations and research funding topped the challenges facing San Diego’s innovators, according to a joint panel Tuesday of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association and Connect.


Coronado could lose $60M under post-redevelopment legislation

Proposed legislation could prevent the city of Coronado from receiving almost $60 million it is scheduled to be repaid for loans it made to its former redevelopment agency before it was dissolved.


Targeson granted patent for optical imaging

San Diego-based Targeson Inc. announced it has received a Notice of Allowance for the patent “Optical Imaging Contrast Agents and Uses Thereof.”


Vacant lot in Little Italy sold


USS Peleliu decommissioning ceremony today


Coronado retail sold


County leading economic indicators up sharply in February


Achates Power awarded $14M for work with U.S. Army


Naming rights extended to Valley View Casino Center


Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina expanding

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GrubHub tries to dominate the last mile to foodies

Only a few years ago, tracking tools weren’t really a part of the food delivery experience.

Want to find a miracle drug? You have to get lucky

The harvesters at 23andMe have struck upon what sounds like a smart idea -- using the genetic data they gather about their customers to develop new medicines.

Abolish voter registration to boost the turnout

The civil rights marchers who were attacked in Selma, Ala., in 1965 were attempting to register to vote.

One trade agreement that even liberals can live with

One of the bigger economic issues under debate right now is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the multilateral trade deal that would include most countries in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the United States.

Republicans can't wait for a new Harry Reid

How hard will it be for Republicans to find another Harry Reid to kick around? After all, "Fire Harry Reid" was a rallying cry of the 2014 election cycle.

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March 31, 2015 -- Coronado could lose out on repayment of $60 million in redevelopment loans, and George Chamberlin writes about being smart while investing.

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George Chamberlin on the Markets

March 30, 2015 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

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Women of Influence - 2015

The Daily Transcript recognizes local women of influence and inspiration in honor of Women’s History Month.


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Newsmaker Videos

Interview with Booz Allen Hamilton's Greg Wenzel

Greg Wenzel, executive vice president and lead for digital solutions and C4ISR at Booz Allen Hamilton, talks about the modern digital ecosystem and Internet of Things that can create an enterprise effect across the federal government and military orgnizations through secure interoperability for efficiency and effectiveness.

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