REAL ESTATE

Vacant apartment in Pacific Beach on Oliver sells

The vacant, six-unit apartment in Pacific Beach's Crown Point neighborhood at 2009 Oliver Ave., San Diego 92009, has been sold for $1,245,000.

BIOTECH

Sequenom prenatal test shown to detect cancer in mothers

San Diego’s Sequenom (Nasdaq: SQNM) reported that its MaterniT21 PLUS prenatal genetic test has been shown to actually detect cancer in the mother in several cases, but cautioned that this is purely incidental.

HOSPITALITY

'Empire Strikes Back' at new Legoland attraction

“Star Wars” fans of all ages will be seduced by the dark side of the Force at Legoland California’s newest display.

REAL ESTATE

Garden club in Rancho Santa Fe Covenant sold

SPORTS

NFL stadium supporters in Carson file ballot paperwork

HOSPITALITY

Alaska Airlines offers service to Kona

BIOTECH

Sequenom significantly improves sales, net loss in 2014

GENERAL

Envision Solar takes solar-powered auto charging to Virgin Islands

LAW

Solo practitioners cite benefits of legal incubators

CONSTRUCTION

Renovations, libraries top county capital improvements

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East Village temporary urban park to open Saturday

Construction is wrapping up and finishing touches are being made on San Diego’s first temporary urban park, The Quartyard, in the East Village.

Iran's nuclear ambitions will outlive the mullahs

When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made his case to Congress on Tuesday against a nuclear deal with Iran, his argument drew heavily on the untrustworthiness of that country's theocratic rulers.

Tesla road-trippers charge up from Yosemite to Jackson Hole

Some travelers pick hotels with a five-star chef. Vincent Argiro looks for a Tesla charging station.

San Diego Housing Federation announces Ruby Awards date

The San Diego Housing Federation will host its annual Ruby Awards on April 24 at The Westin Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego.

Contractors required to register with DIR on public works projects

California contractors are now required to register with the state’s Department of Industrial Relations and pay an annual fee if they want to work on public works projects.

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Weekly Update

George Chamberlin on the Markets

March 2, 2015 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

Feature Videos

John Kilroy Jr. speaks about current real estate market

March 5, 2015 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin speaks with John Kilroy Jr., chairman of the board, president and CEO of Kilroy Realty, about the California real estate industry and how technology is playing a role in shaping the market.

Special Reports

Building San Diego - 2015

The nuts and bolts of construction in San Diego, from commercial and residential project updates to a review of how the industry is faring.

US & World

US stocks edge higher; Pharmacyclics jumps on AbbVie bid

NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. stocks edged higher on Thursday, led by gains for utilities and health care companies. Pharmacyclics, a pharmaceutical company that makes cancer drug Imbruvica, surged after AbbVie said it would acquire the company for $21 billion.

Oil Falls as Surging U.S. Crude Supply Seen Boosting Global Glut

US productivity falls at 2.2 percent rate in fourth quarter

Applications for US jobless aid inch up to a 10-month high

US factory orders slip 0.2 percent

California

California store owner sues lottery winner for half of prize

MILPITAS, Calif. (AP) -- A woman who won $1 million from the California lottery is being sued by a San Francisco Bay Area liquor store owner who sold her the winning scratch-off ticket.

California jobless claims move faster but still have delays

Judge sets new trial date in CA priest murder case

12 patients to participate in 'kidney swap' at SF hospital

Vallejo man arrested in 3 killings over 3 months

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