US Sand Sculpting Challenge comes to San Diego

For the past few days sculptors have been packing sand along the San Diego Bay in preparation for the fourth annual U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge, which culminates Labor Day weekend.


Resold home prices keep climbing in SD, elsewhere

CoreLogic reported that San Diego County home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 5.2 percent in July 2015, compared to the same month last year.


San Diego Stock Exchange closes down 2.4%

The San Diego Stock Exchange Index closed lower Tuesday at 167.37, down 2.41 percent from Monday. Declining issues beat advancing 62 to 24, and 86 issues were unchanged.


Stocks Tumble With Crude as China Concerns Roil Global Markets


Encinitas' mayor becomes second challenger to Dave Roberts


Otonomy loses chairman


Apartment on Kelly in Linda Vista sold


Apartment on Central in City Heights sold


Apartment on 44th Street in City Heights sold


Sempra U.S. Gas & Power awarded at National Clean Energy Summit

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Major Economic Releases

Remembering civil rights champion Julian Bond

One of my keenest memories of Julian Bond is his voice. It had a beautiful tone, smooth and musical and soft.

This is a fine time to be a big company, and a CEO

“Public companies are perishing sooner than ever before,” the Boston Consulting Group’s Martin Reeves and Lisanne Pueschel wrote in a recent BCG Perspectives essay.

US holds steady in a world of economic trouble

If you believe the political discussion, from left and right, the U.S. economy is in dreadful shape, beset by rampant joblessness, no growth and too much debt.

French train rescue shows how heroes are made

Europe's media was abuzz with the extraordinary story of three Americans who tackled a suspected terrorist last month on a train in Northern France. The question being asked is this: Were they displaying a distinctly American can-do spirit?

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Weekly Update

George Chamberlin on the Markets

August 31, 2015 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

Feature Videos

USS Ronald Reagan departs San Diego

Aug. 31, 2015 -- Reporter Carlos Rico caught up with family members of the USS Ronald Reagan, who saw their loved ones off and wished them well, as the aircraft carrier departs for Asia. The Reagan will now be permanently stationed out of a U.S. Navy base in Yokosuka, Japan.

US & World

Albertsons Faces $1 Billion Suit by Haggen Over Store Sales

(Bloomberg) -- Albertsons Cos. was sued for more than $1 billion by Haggen Holdings LLC, a West Coast regional grocer, over claims the national grocery chain engaged in an illegal campaign to stymie competition.

Google refines logo as it prepares to join Alphabet

McDonald’s Will Start Selling All-Day Breakfast Next Month (1)

Franchises want more time to pay Seattle $15 minimum wage

Oil Tumbles Most in Two Months After Biggest Gain in 25 Years


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Newsmaker Videos

Interview with Jody Watkins

Jody Watkins, president and CEO of Watkins Landmark Construction, talks about business fluctuations in the construction industry and outlines his goals for growing his firm.

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Borrego Springs

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