The fifth annual Utility Scale Solar Summit is being held today through Thursday in Del Mar.
Underwater borrowers are choosing to stick with their properties instead of walking away, causing the county’s notices of default and trustee deeds to decrease, according to local experts.
The University of San Diego School of Law’s Center for Law & Religion hosts a debate titled “Is Religious Freedom in America at Risk?”
Anametrix Inc. is using a cash infusion to hire dozens of local employees over the next year, with a goal of making San Diego a hub for analytics technology.
The message at the Urban Land Institute’s October breakfast meeting was clear: Investing in the resources of the largely untapped Cali-Baja Mega-Region is the key to climbing out of this economic recession and establishing San Diego and Tijuana as a premier global city.
The Supreme Court has ruled out reviving lawsuits against Halliburton Corp. (NYSE: HAL) over insurgent ambushes that killed civilian truck drivers in Iraq.
Rep. Bob Filner now has a veritable stranglehold on public safety-related endorsements in his bid to become San Diego’s next mayor.
A special business event will be taking place on Oct. 17 at the Murrieta Innovation Center located on 26442 Beckman Court in Murrieta.
The city of Murrieta and SCORE have joined forces to host a Murrieta Business Roundtable focused on email marketing.
Sharp Memorial Hospital was among the first stops for more than 120 national and international health care leaders during the 2012 Planetree Annual Conference recently.
San Diego-based NexDx Inc. announced it has changed its name to Ignyta Inc., reflecting the biotechnology company's commitment to catalyzing the personalized medicine revolution across diagnostics and therapeutics, focusing on autoimmune diseases.
San Diego-based Total Rebalance Expert (TRX) and Omaha-based Orion Advisor Services LLC announced Tuesday the availability of data integration between the two technology platforms for financial advisers.
San Diego-based Medistem Inc. (Pink Sheets: MEDS) has appointed Dr. Alan Lewis to CEO and member of the board.
San Diego-based Novatel Wireless Inc. (Nasdaq: NVTL), a provider of wireless networking solutions, announced Tuesday that Thrifty Car Rental has selected Novatel Wireless’ mobile tracking device, the MT 2500, to manage and protect its fleet of rental vehicles against theft, damage and loss in South Africa.
Federal regulators have disclosed that the proposed restart of the long-shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant on California's coast could require an amendment to the plant's operating license, leading to an exhaustive review that could last months or even years.
The $27.3 million purchase of the 127,175-square-foot Clairemont Village Shopping Center in Clairemont Mesa is the latest addition to Kleege Enterprises' approximately $300 million portfolio.
Life Technologies Corp. announced it has entered into a license and supply agreement with VelaDx to develop and market next generation in vitro diagnostic tests on the Ion Personal Genome Machine platform, and Mitek Systems Inc. announced its board of directors has elected Bruce Hansen as independent director, effective immediately, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 10, 1916, issue:
The $27.3 million purchase of the 127,175-square-foot Clairemont Village Shopping Center in Clairemont Mesa is the latest addition to Kleege Enterprises' $300 million portfolio (see accompanying story).
The Deal of the Week was the acquisition of four National City industrial and office properties totaling 610,000 square feet for approximately $29,774,700.
(AP) -- Home prices in the Las Vegas area are up for the eighth month in a row, while the number of homes sold in September is down from a year ago.