On the Agenda: Business week highlights talks, social media, anniversaries

Contractors, marketing and lots of anniversaries are on the agenda this week for business and professional groups.


Urban Plantations grows business on corporate campuses

Two years ago, the area surrounded by biotech offices in Torrey Pines Science Park was a parking lot. Now, the lush green space is an oasis for employees, a nature classroom and a supplier for a campus restaurant.


Early work on North Coast Corridor project could begin within months

A committee of the San Diego Association of Governments learned Friday that two projects associated with the $6.5 billion North Coast Corridor Project being administered by SANDAG and Caltrans could break ground within the next year.


Local hiring stumbles in September


Dual agency disclosure law goes into effect Jan. 1


Chandler poised to take control of long-time Pimco account


Questions remain on 2 Hillcrest restaurants


Two SD-based ballisitic missile defense destroyers moving to Japan


Gas prices continue dropping


SD Law Library hosts NAWJ delegation

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Voter ID math finally adds up for judge

Liberal observers were astonished and thrilled that Judge Richard Posner, the most influential judge sitting on the federal bench, recently wrote a scathing condemnation of Wisconsin voter ID laws.

Crude oil's role as a global recession signal

It's been impossible to miss the headlines screaming about oil: Prices Plunge! Multiyear lows! Supply glut! Dollar rally!

Economic Calendar | Oct. 20

Major Economic Releases

Dallas Plans to Ship New Ebola Cases to Top Infection Units

Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- New Ebola patients in Dallas will be transferred to three top infectious-disease centers in the U.S., a Texas official said yesterday.

North Park apartment building sells for $18.47 million

Three partnerships from the Los Angeles area and Baltimore have combined to acquire the 132-unit Solana Vista Apartments at 3710-3810 Wabash Ave. in North Park for $18.47 million.

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In The News

In local news, Chandler Asset Management is poised to gain control of a $480 million fund long-held by Pimco, and two North Coast Corridor Projects could break ground within the next year.

Special Reports

Power of Attorneys - 2014

The Daily Transcript honors San Diego's top corporate counsel.

US & World

Dallas Plans to Ship New Ebola Cases to Top Infection Units

Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- New Ebola patients in Dallas will be transferred to three top infectious-disease centers in the U.S., a Texas official said yesterday.

German finance chief: confident on balanced budget

Hong Kong Protest Leaders Gird for Talks After Violent Weekend

Storm passes dangerously close to Hawaiian island


Los Angeles wants to ban parking apps

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The city of Los Angeles wants to prevent companies from auctioning off parking spaces through new mobile phone apps such as MonkeyParking and Haystack.

Man arrested for murder in 1992 cold case

Man charged in Oregon girl's disappearance

Napa man jailed for running over ex-girlfriend


The Tech Edge

The Daily Transcript focuses on how businesses can leverage technology to stay on top.

San Diego Entrepreneur

We applaud San Diego's entrepreneurs and their ventures as innovation drivers of our local economy.

San Diego Stock Exchange

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Events Calendar


Soaring Dimensions - San Diego is Building Again. Get Involved!

Soaring Dimensions 2014, now and all year long on San Diego Source. The special report features articles, profiles and videos on some of San Diego's most recognized companies involved in making San Diego soar once more. Construction, architecture, engineering, tenant improvement companies, plus law firms and government, all working to create a vibrant economy and positive local impact.

Newsmaker Videos

Ted Bumgardner, Xpera Group

Ted Bumgardner, president of Xpera Group, discusses the many different support services the company offers to the construction industry, including forensics, construction management, quality assurance and more.

Around Town

Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe

From land owned by the Santa Fe Railroad to becoming a choice location for the privileged, Rancho Santa Fe’s early history changed drastically. But for the past 90 years, it has remained an exclusive residential community with homes situated on expansive lots, offering its well-heeled residents privacy, peace and quiet.