Janssen Labs rebranded as JLABS

If you weren’t paying close attention in October, you may have missed a fairly significant shift in the local biotech space. What had been known as Janssen Labs since its opening in 2012 changed its name — and mostly just that — to JLABS to better identify the purpose of the incubator space and create more cohesion under the Johnson & Johnson Innovation umbrella.


Qualcomm move to appease activist leaves bondholders frustrated

Two months after lending $10 billion to Qualcomm Inc., bondholders are getting a lesson in the risks of buying the debt of companies with activist shareholders.


TJSL grad honored with state pro bono award

Nicole Heffel, a 2013 graduate of Thomas Jefferson School of Law, just won the 2015 California State Bar President's Pro Bono Award in the “Recently Admitted” category.


Sempra unit acquires Pemex pipeline stake for $1.3B


San Diego County had $1.6B in projects out to bid in 2Q


Business park on Danielson in Poway sold


ParkerVision loses appeal in Qualcomm case


Gas-price drops gain momentum


PLNU building science facility


GA-ASI awarded contract for Italian logistics

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Report presents case for Wyoming wind power to California

California regulators could achieve savings in water use, electricity rates and greenhouse emissions by turning to Wyoming wind power to help offset the natural ups and downs of wind and solar power in their state, according to a University of Wyoming report released Monday.

Rethinking gardens in a time of drought

Severe drought is parching large sections of America, but that doesn't mean giving up on gardening. Plants can be coaxed through the hot summer months despite severe water restrictions.

Zero-percent financing may not be best deal

When a car dealer offers to loan you the money to buy a car at zero interest, it gets your attention. Yet that cheap money might not be the best deal you can get.

California says water use fell by 27 percent in June

California's unprecedented system of mandatory conservation imposed on cities got off to a strong start with water use plunging 27 percent in June, regulators said Thursday.

No, Trump can't win. And yes, Clinton can

I spent a nice long weekend away from the news, and returned to find people talking about how Donald Trump might really win and how Joe Biden could win after all.

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Weekly Update

George Chamberlin on the Markets

July 27, 2015 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin recaps last week's financial events and looks at the week's upcoming announcements.

US & World

Stock rally makes July in the office not such a sacrifice

U.S. equity investors who delayed July vacations to grapple with the latest chapter in Greece’s debt- crisis saga and China’s stock collapse were rewarded with the biggest monthly gain since February.

Oil Heads for Biggest Monthly Drop This Year Amid Global Glut

US wage growth falls to record-slow pace in 2nd quarter

University of Michigan: Consumer sentiment dips in July

Amazon makes 'Dash' buttons available to Prime members


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