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Civic, military and business leaders stood united behind the defense industry on Tuesday as the San Diego Military Advisory Council unveiled its sixth annual Military Economic Impact Study.

The escalating U.S. attacks in Syria and other geopolitical tensions helped push stock prices lower again as health care shares slid amid a government crackdown on tax-saving mergers Tuesday.

Everyone has an opinion about when the Federal Reserve will start raising short-term interest rates.

CUBA Beverage Co. announced it signed a distribution agreement with Krasdale for New York City and New Jersey Metropolitan areas, and Cubic Corp. announced that Cubic Transportation Systems has successfully extended its service and maintenance contract for the eTicket backoffice system for one of the largest transport consulting and services companies in Germany, the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund ServicegesellschaftmbH, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

Carlsbad's Isis Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: ISIS) got a nod on Tuesday from Zacks Equity Research after rising 7 percent over the past week, swimming against a downward flow on Wall Street.

Getting serious in Syria. No one is connecting the dots, but yesterday's sell-off in the stock market -- the Dow dropped less than 1 percent -- could have been in anticipation of last night's military attacks against ISIS in Syria.

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The amphitheater at The Water Conservation Garden is getting a colorful, drought-resistant facelift thanks to some help from volunteers from Ernst & Young.

Stock prices moved lower Monday as concerns rose about economic conditions in Europe and China.

Aethlon Medical Inc: (OTCMKTS: AEMD) announced that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency plans to proceed with year four of a five year, $5.9 million contract under DARPA’s Dialysis-Like Therapeutics program; and Celladon Corp: (Nasdaq: CLDN) announced that it appointed Scott Garrett as vice president of commercial planning, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

Three in a row. That's the number of times the Dow industrials closed at record highs at the end of last week. Thanks to the continued caution of the Fed to maintain its low-interest rate policy, a huge drop in initial claims for jobless benefits and the IPO of Alibaba, there was plenty to be optimistic about and send the sellers running for cover.

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San Diego-basd Guild Mortgage Co. has acquired Comstock Mortgage, a Sacramento-based independent mortgage banking company.

After a brief dip in July, the mood among San Diego business leaders rebounded last month, fueled by growing optimism about revenues at small and mid-sized businesses, according to a monthly business forecast released Friday by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Lpath Inc. (Nasdaq: LPTN) announced Friday that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell 3,605,042 registered shares of common stock and 3,605,042 unregistered warrants in a registered direct offering.

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Biocept Inc. announced it has been granted a patent in China for its microfluidic channel technology used to capture Circulating Tumor Cells, and Regulus Therapeutics Inc. announced it has initiated its ATHENA natural history of disease study in patients with Alport syndrome, a life-threatening genetic kidney disease with no approved therapy, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

Executive Editor George Chamberlin will return Monday, Sept. 22.

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San Diego is touted as the second-largest hub of sports and active-lifestyle companies in the country, and corporate growth panel attendees on Tuesday heard the stories of three homegrown companies that recently completed capital transactions: prAna, SKLZ and Sanuk.

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