Mayor Bob Filner has won the first round of his court battle with downtown hoteliers, as a superior court judge tentatively declined to order him to sign a disputed agreement with San Diego’s Tourism Marketing District.
At a public hearing Thursday in San Diego, the California Public Utilities Commission denied a proposed power purchase agreement between San Diego Gas & Electric and the developer of the proposed Quail Brush power plant near Santee.
The 25,721-square-foot Scripps Mesa Retail Center at 9801-9841 Mira Mesa Blvd. has been sold for $6,925,000, cash.
Dutch firm Wereldhave appears to have lost more than $110 million in six months on two San Diego high rises. The 376,703-square-foot First Allied Plaza building at 655 W. Broadway has been sold for a reported $140.88 million -- representing a more than $70 million drop from the $212 million figure garnered when the asset was sold in 2007.
First Pactrust Bancorp Inc. announced its board of directors has authorized a quarterly cash interest payment of 47 cents per share on its outstanding senior notes, and Sequenom Inc. announced that the Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine has launched a cystic fibrosis carrier screen test branded under the name Heredi-T, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
Infraestructura Energetica Nova SAB, a Mexican unit of U.S. natural-gas utility Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), priced an initial public offering at the top of its projected range, two people with knowledge of the transaction said.
Genetic analysis instrument maker Illumina Inc. (Nasdaq: ILMN) said Thursday that a federal judge ruled in its favor in a lawsuit brought by Life Technologies Corp. (Nasdaq: LIFE).
As the number of health care apps for smartphones and tablets rises, there's a push to get the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to finally regulate the crowded market.
(AP) -- Freddie Mac (OTC: FMCC) said Thursday that the average rate for the 30-year loan fell this week to 3.54 percent from 3.63 percent last week.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in the March 22, 1994, issue:
William Schempers has replaced Victor Rollinger as San Diego's city engineering and development director. Schempers, a 35-year city government veteran, had been assistant director. Rollinger left the city in January to work for the city of Los Alamitos.
Democrats have regained their supermajority in the Senate after the chamber's newest member was sworn in.
A Cowen & Co. analyst downgraded shares of Life Technologies Corp. (Nasdaq: LIFE) Thursday, saying the stock has risen to a fair price.
California's median home price marked a full year of annual price gains, propelled by strong sales of higher-priced homes in February, while a lack of inventory constrained total home sales for the month, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported.
San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said Thursday he will defend Mayor Bob Filner's decision to close the Children's Pool at night from now until May 15.
Shares of San Diego-based Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc. climbed to a multiyear high on Thursday after the company reported new data from a study of its drug pimavanserin, which is designed to treat psychosis in patients with Parkinson's disease.
TripAdvisor has announced its top 10 ballparks in the United States, with Petco Park checking in at number seven.
The Zillow Value Home Index reports that all 30 of the largest metropolitan areas in the country, including San Diego, recorded an appreciation in home values.
In a new survey by CheapCarRental.net, San Diego has been listed among the cheapest places to rent a car in the country.
Final preparations are taking place for the grand opening of the $36 million Viejas Hotel, which will open its doors on Thursday.