Microsoft says it has settled a computer-fraud case against a website operated by a Chinese businessman that had become a major hub for illicit Internet activity.
Relative to cities of its size, San Diego is a safe place. Violent crime is low compared to virtually any other large city in America.
Leaders from San Diego and Imperial counties’ six community college districts gathered aboard the USS Midway Museum on Tuesday to confirm their commitment to veteran students’ education in the face of shrinking budgets and troop drawdowns from overseas.
Oceanside attorney Dean G. Chandler and telemarketing salesman Shelveen Singh were arraigned Tuesday in federal court on a 50-count indictment, charged with defrauding thousands of homeowners in an $11 million “loan modification” fraud scheme, according to U.S. attorney Laura Duffy.
Poseidon Resources, the company looking to break ground in the coming months on the proposed seawater desalination plant in Carlsbad has moved its West Coast headquarters from downtown San Diego to Carlsbad.
Poway-based PureForge has been helping cops on motorcycles stop faster, and now the brake technology company is doing the same for patrol cars.
Higgs Fletcher & Mack recently hired Gregory F. Brucia as a new partner, bringing the firm’s total attorney count to 68.
Littler Mendelson P.C. has appointed Denise M. Visconti as office managing shareholder of the firm’s San Diego office. She will succeed Jeremy Roth, who served as managing shareholder of the office for a decade and will assume the role of Littler’s co-managing director and co-president, effective January 2013.
Larrabee, Mehlman, Albi, Coker LLP, a San Diego law firm focused on employment-based immigration matters, has been certified by the National Women Business Owners Corp. (NWBOC), the first national certifier of Women Business Enterprises.
The San Diego Employers Association (SDEA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping organizations attract, coach and train a more efficient work force, has formed an affiliation with Brown Law Group.
In San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 0.8 percent in August 2012 compared to August 2011 and increased by 0.1 percent in July 2012 compared to July 2011, according to the August Home Price Index report by CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX).
California’s housing market will continue to recover in 2013, as home sales are forecast to increase for the third consecutive year and the median price to rise for the second straight year, according to the California Association of Realtors’ “2013 California Housing Market Forecast.”
Adventrx Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NYSE: ANX) Tuesday announced that it has engaged Theradex Systems Inc., a contract research organization with 30 years of experience, to manage the company's upcoming phase 3 study of ANX-188 (purified poloxamer 188) in sickle cell disease.
MEI Pharma Inc. (Nasdaq: MEIP), a San Diego-based oncology company focused on the clinical development of novel therapies for cancer, announced Tuesday that the European Patent Office has issued a new patent covering the pharmaceutical composition of the company's lead mitochondrial inhibitor candidate and its use in treating cancer.
San Diego-based Mad Catz Interactive Inc. (NYSE: MCZ) announced Tuesday the shipping of the Tritton 720+ 7.1 Surround Headset, an upgrade to the company’s Tritton AX 720 Headset.
Realty Income Corp announced the pricing of $350 million of 5-year 2 percent fixed rate notes, due Jan. 31, 2018, and $450 million of 10-year 3.25 percent fixed rate notes, due Oct. 15, 2022, and ADVENTRX Pharmaceuticals Inc announced it has engaged Theradex Systems Inc. to manage its phase 3 study of ANX-188 in sickle cell disease, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 3, 1928, issue:
Brian Mulvaney, SIOR, CCIM, Nick Frasco and Matt Bean of Voit Real Estate Services represented the buyer in the Deal of the Week. Patrick Rohan of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller.
(AP) -- San Bernardino County officials have approved a plan to pump the Mojave Desert's groundwater to supply it to Southern California homeowners.
The 23-unit Park Villas apartment complex at 505 N. Grape St. in Escondido 92025, has been sold for $1.65 million.