Qualcomm sales may miss analyst estimates on licensing slowdown

Qualcomm Inc., the world’s largest maker of mobile-phone chips, forecast fiscal third-quarter sales and profit that may miss analysts’ estimates as handset makers sell fewer phones based on older technology.


Distressed home resales decline in SD

San Diego’s share of distressed home resales dropped in March to the lowest level in the state, according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR).


Nominations sought for philanthropy awards program

The Association of Fundraising Professionals San Diego Chapter is looking for eight outstanding philanthropists, volunteers and nonprofit organizations to be recognized at the organization’s 42nd annual philanthropy awards luncheon as part of National Philanthropy Day.


Zogenix objects to new Massachusetts restrictions


Quidel gains FDA approval for strep test


Campbell Soup CEO to headline SD brand conference


Multifamily is the future of SD homebuilding, economist says


Chamber poll says business optimism continues


Jury still out in Downes murder case


Two more sentenced in South Bay probe


In The News

Apr. 23, 2014, 5:00 p.m. -- In local news, Qualcomm reported a net income of $1.9 billion, or $1.16 per share, for the quarter ended March 30, and City Council President Todd Gloria proposed a minimum wage hike to $13.09 over a three-year period.

Feature Videos

George Chamberlin on the Markets

April 21, 2014 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

KTU+A's Michael Singleton on Landscape Architecture Month, Daily Transcript roundtable

KTU+A Principal Michael Singleton talks about his landscape architecture firm's practice and discusses a roundtable KTU+A is sponsoring at The Daily Transcript on April 22 that will look at the concept of "complete streets." 

Special Reports

Human Resources - 2014

The latest news on health care reform, which has been a hot topic for human resources professionals and businesses.

US & World

US stocks edge lower after a six-day rise

NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market slipped Wednesday, after rising for six straight days, as investors worked through another round of quarterly earnings reports from U.S. companies. Intuitive Surgical was among those announcing disappointed results. A worse-than-expected report on the housing market also weighed on the broader market.

WTI Crude Gains as Cushing Inventories Slip to Four-Year Low

Sales of new US homes plunge 14.5 percent in March

Mortgage apps decline

Europe recovery shows signs of strengthening


Real Estate Trends

Explore the latest industry trends, issues and market predictions.

Small Business

The Daily Transcript celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit with small business news and how-to articles, roundtables and more.

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Newsmaker Videos

Terry Moore, Apartment Consultants, Inc.

Whether you’re new to apartment investing or an experienced investor looking to upgrade your portfolio, ACI is the right choice to achieve your long-term investment goals.

Around Town



Grantville, located near Qualcomm Stadium, is a quiet neighborhood centered around the Mission San Diego de Alcala and Mission Trails Regional Park.