Each year, Qualcomm Inc. generates more economic impact in San Diego than one and a half London-sized Olympics games, according to an economic impact analysis of the company released on Friday by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp. and the San Diego Workforce Partnership.
According to the office of San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria, he and San Diego Mayor Bob Filner have come to terms on who will be recommended to fill the city’s two seats on the San Diego Association of Governments Board of Directors.
From a home theater experience on a tablet to the growing market for "phablets," leading technology companies discussed the next big trends at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Benfold (DDG 65) and its complement of nearly 300 returned from its seven-month, independent deployment to the Western Pacific and Middle East on Friday.
If your New Year’s resolution is to get out in the community and check out more events, then you are in luck. The local business community has a variety of events lined up this week ranging from workshops to presentations and economic outlooks.
Let's be honest, does anyone really love their HOA? Since I'm 99 percent sure that your answer is, "no," I have one request: consider the possibility. Think of a community where everyone realizes they have the same objective in mind; a place where builders needn't worry they will eventually be sued, or where the owners aren't afraid that they are going to be taken advantage of.
A second straight week of price increases has brought Southern California pump prices back up to where they were around this time last month in most areas, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California's Weekend Gas Watch.
California’s diminishing inventory is the worst in the country, with San Diego’s down 56.7 percent in December compared to the previous year, according to Redfin’s Real-Time Home Price Tracker for December 2012.
In one more sign that the economy is improving, the number of bankruptcies filed in San Diego and Imperial counties plummeted in 2012, dropping 19 percent from the previous year.
Less than a month ago, the county kicked off another project in its continuing effort to centralize many of its operations when it broke ground on the new Registrar of Voters Office in Kearny Mesa.
Pedro Lopez didn't really have anyone to look up to when he was growing up. There were not any Hispanics who he saw as mentors or leaders in his field of engineering in San Diego and Mexico during the mid-1970s through the mid-1990s.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Jan. 14, 1927 issue:
The question of the liability of the city for damages done the Showley home in the capture of Bill Smith has been submitted by the council to City Attorney Higgins.
The county's office and industrial rental markets are stronger, while franchises are powering retail leasing.
Two Chula Vista apartment communities totaling 406 units -- 223-unit Terra Nova Villas and 183-unit Canyon Villas, at 440 East H St. and 601 Telegraph Canyon Road, 91910, respectively -- have been sold for a total $77 million.
The Deal of the Week lessee was represented by Rick Nelson, of Capstone Commercial, and Brian Driscoll, of Cassidy Turley San Diego.
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