Pakistani human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir will be speaking at the University of San Diego Thursday, Sept. 27, as part of the Joan B. Kroc Distinguished Lecture series.
California Western School of Law will host a free information workshop for individuals and local small businesses interested in growing their international export business on Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Global Energy Network Institute.
Greenwich, Conn.–based Wheelock Street Capital announced Monday that it has completed the acquisition of three hotels, including the 257-room Hilton Del Mar, for a total of $107.1 million.
San Diego bankruptcy attorney Jim Breshears will be among the more than 250 people walking 50 miles in three days, starting Friday, Sept. 21, at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s 11th annual Southern California Challenge Walk MS.
The North Island Credit Union board of directors selected Stephen O’Connell as the credit union’s new president and CEO, succeeding John Tippets.
San Diego Gas & Electric has agreed to pay the federal government $6.4 million for damages to federal lands and for federal firefighting costs arising from the 2007 Witch Creek Fire, the U.S. attorney's office announced Monday.
The law firm Fisher & Phillips LLP has added Jonathan Liu as a new associate to its San Diego office.
Steve Ogles first got into the camera business in the early 1970s because he wanted to take pictures of his friends surfing.
San Diego leaders will talk out the top issues facing the county's defense sector at an upcoming interactive public conference hosted by Rep. Duncan Hunter.
San Diego-based Hughes Marino, a commercial real estate company representing tenants in lease negotiations and building purchases, named Scot Ginsburg as senior vice president and Tucker Hughes as an associate.
"The Atlantic Meets the Pacific," a forum presented by The Atlantic and the University of California, San Diego, will examine breakthrough innovations in science, energy, health, media and technology.
Traffic, parking and air quality concerns have been raised over planned expansions of both the San Diego Convention Center and Hilton San Diego Bayfront, according to a draft environmental impact report covering both projects.
Federal Defense and Intelligence communities are seeing many engineering-related challenges. Today's defense budget environment demands a set of agile engineering solutions to flexibly meet warfighter requirements. This fact is made all the more pressing in light of the risk of a looming Defense Sequestration in early 2013.
County residents will have an opportunity this week to hear the latest updates on the Interstate 5 North Coast Corridor project, direct and in person from the California Department of Transportation.
DJO Global Inc., a provider of medical device solutions for musculoskeletal health, vascular health and pain management, has elected James R. (Ron) Lawson and James Quella as new members of its board of directors. Quella will also serve on the Compensation Committee of the board.
The International Conference of Shopping Centers will present its annual Western Division and Deal Making Conference from Wednesday through Friday at the San Diego Convention Center.
Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) is hosting a luncheon to provide an update on the distressed debt market in San Diego County on Thursday, Sept. 20 at the Sheraton La Jolla, 3299 Holiday Court. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m.
e.Digital Corp. announced it has retained Handal & Associates as intellectual property counsel for license enforcement of its Flash-R patent portfolio, and Eco Building Products Inc. announced it has been awarded the lumber contract to build a condo complex in Oceanside, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Sept. 18, 1995 issue:
Owner Westcore Properties announced that four new leases totaling more than $525,000 and 19,500 square feet of space have been signed for the nine-building, 128,000-square-foot Southrail Business Park on Marsat Court at Jayken Way in Chula Vista 91911.
Gaston & Gaston, a San Diego-based law firm specializing in business and transaction matters, has just completed all tenant improvements and occupancy of a 9,880-square-foot office space on the entire 24th floor at 1010 Second Ave. in downtown San Diego.