SDG&E and Civita developer Sudberry Properties announced plans Monday to turn the Mission Valley development into the metropolitan area’s first working “smart” microgrid, with technologies such as solar panels, electric vehicle charging stations, and more.
David Wallace has been promoted to general counsel of Trigild, a San Diego-based real estate and fiduciary services company, the company announced Monday.
The law firm Marks, Finch, Thornton & Baird LLP has added Richard J. Pinto II and Kelly A. Floyd as post-bar clerks/associates.
A recently published study led by the University of California, San Diego in collaboration with Facebook and done in part using large-scale simulations on the San Diego Supercomputer Center's (SDSC) data-intensive Gordon supercomputer, confirms that peer pressure helps get out the vote while demonstrating that online social networks can affect important real-world behavior.
Leap Wireless International Inc. (Nasdaq: LEAP) today announced its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cricket Communications, Inc., launched the syndication of a $400 million principal amount term loan facility
California pending home resales rose in August from July, but a continuing shortage of housing inventory sent pending resales lower than the previous year.
Opus Bank announced Monday its acquisition of 10 banking offices and roughly $125.1 million of related deposits from Pacific Western Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of PacWest Bancorp (Nasdaq: PACW). The offices will begin operating as Opus Bank immediately, with all of the clients’ accounts having been transitioned to Opus Bank.
Firefighters raced the winds Monday morning to contain San Diego County wildfires that destroyed 20 homes and threatened several hundred more in rural areas.
Bridgepoint Education Inc announced its Ashford University eliminated 450 admissions jobs to focus on student support, and PacWest Bancorp announced it has completed its sale of 10 branches to Opus Bank, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Sept. 25, 1928, issue:
(AP) -- San Francisco officials are weighing changes to the city's building code that would allow construction of among the tiniest apartments in the country.