Cyber attacks on the biggest U.S. banks, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co., have breached some of the nation’s most advanced computer defenses and exposed the vulnerability of its infrastructure, said cybersecurity specialists tracking the assaults.
Democratic mayoral candidate Rep. Bob Filner has made expanding the San Diego Port District the centerpiece of his economic platform, but the Port took center stage in the campaign last week for a different reason.
The Port of San Diego has appointed Thomas A. Russell as its attorney, the agency announced Friday.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to begin a new term on Monday, and it promises to be another closely watched year for the judicial branch.
The San Diego City Council will vote Monday on a series of items that would finalize the funding plan to expand the Convention Center with a $1 billion tax increase.
Scripps Health named Anil Keswani, M.D., corporate vice president of ambulatory care and population health management. Keswani starts his new position on Oct. 8.
The start of October brings little construction activity at municipalities, as not many are meeting the first week of the month.
Columbus Day is right around the corner and local businesses are serving up a platter of events between now and the long weekend. Presentations on the global economy and San Diego’s economic forecast, as well as a fireside chat with Mayor Jerry Sanders, an award ceremony and an entrepreneur enrichment expo fill up this exciting week in San Diego.
The law firm Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch announced Friday that Endopodium will be the first company to participate in its business incubator program, Procopio LaunchPad.
Neil, Dymott, Frank, McFall & Trexler APLC shareholder Clark R. Hudson was recently selected 2013 San Diego Lawyer of the Year for medical malpractice law – defendants by Best Lawyers.
Come meet with entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, inventors, service providers, government representatives and a bunch of other people who want to build sustainable businesses in Southern California.
With gene testing all the rage, the two biggest makers of DNA sequencing equipment are about to snap up smaller players in an attempt to stake out a market expected to reach $8 billion by 2014 and $25 billion within a decade.
Cytori Therapeutics Inc., a biotechnology company with $10 million in annual revenue, rose the most in about a year after the company won a $4.7 million U.S. government contract to develop a stem cell therapy to treat burns caused by thermal or radioactive bombs.
Southern California gas prices continued creeping down slowly for the third straight week, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California's Weekend Gas Watch. The state average is $4.133 a gallon for regular on Friday -- 1.6 cents lower than last week.
Strata Minerals Inc. announced it has retained Torrey Hills Capital Inc. to act as its investor relations consultant.
San Diego County voters will decide in November whether they are willing to pay more in taxes to support new construction bond measures that will modernize and repair campuses in 11 different school districts in the coming years.
Noting that $1.5 trillion worth of commercial loans will mature between now and 2017, Judy Hoffman, Trigild Inc. chief operating officer, warns that a full recovery may be years away.
Tuesday, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors completed what it set out to do months ago by unanimously approving the creation of the new Department of Planning and Development Services, hoped to offer the public a more direct route through the county’s planning process.
Local construction employment continues to grow and show a positive outlook, according to the latest data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
“Fashionable” is not a word Allison Andrews would ever use to describe herself.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 1, 1915, issue:
The lessee in the Deal of the Week was represented by Jeff Manley of Cresa Partners. The lessor was represented by Brian Starck, Jerry Keeney and Dave Odmark of Cassidy Turley San Diego.
(AP) -- Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation barring landlords from forcing renters to declaw or devocalize their pets to cut down on noise and property damage.