Rep. Bob Filner nabbed the endorsement of the fifth and final Board of Education member Wednesday, giving him the support of the entire board in his bid for San Diego mayor.
Two San Diego boutique residential real estate companies that jointly have been responsible for more than 3,000 transactions valued at more than $1 billion during the last decade, have merged operations to become part of the Harcourts USA network.
Despite an upcoming increase of nearly 10 percent in the wholesale cost of water for the city of San Diego, city ratepayers will not see the increase reflected with higher rates on their bills, Mayor Jerry Sanders announced Wednesday.
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders announced Wednesday that the city will not raise water rates even though the city’s wholesale water costs will increase 9.6 percent at the beginning of 2013.
San Diego County’s retail vacancy rates are declining -- albeit at a slow rate.
The National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges is holding its 86th annual conference in San Diego from Oct. 24-27, with a panel discussion on bankruptcy law for students on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
J.H. Cohn LLP and Reznick Group PC have merged to form CohnReznick LLP. The new entity has 25 offices, 2,000 employees and combined revenues of more than $450 million.
San Diego-based EarthRisk Technologies, which provides research, analysis and visualization of extreme temperature and weather pattern risks, released TempRisk 4.0, an update of the company's flagship platform used for detecting both hot and cold weather patterns up to 40 days before they occur.
San Diego-based Pathway Genomics Corp., a clinical laboratory that offers genetic insight to patients based on scientifically validated tests, has announced that it has partnered with Scripps Center for Executive Health.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) and Semp Toshiba, an electronics manufacturer in Brazil, announced Wednesday that they have entered into a 3G and 4G license agreement.
The economy is slowly improving, but the nation still is not bouncing back like in previous recessions, local experts said at the 2012 San Diego Beacon Economics Conference.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced it has received a contract extension from the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command to support the command management system, and Mitek Systems Inc. announced the appointments of Keith Gray as vice president of sales and Thomas Dockman as senior director of professional services, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 11, 1994 issue:
The Navy taps innovative environmental technology to clean up contaminated soil at North Island Ö Stac Electronics prepares for the Christmas computer rush with its first multimedia product … And FCC Commissioner Andrew Barrett to address the San Diego-Baja Communications Council.
Mayor Golding yesterday unveiled CityLine, a high-tech interactive kiosk that dispenses information on city and government services, schedules and employment opportunities. Users also can pay their water bill there with a credit card. Golding, who introduced the first outlet at the Mira Mesa Library, plans to establish CityLine kiosks in each council district within a year.
The 22,268-square-foot Pacific Gateway office building, at 1495 Pacific Highway in downtown San Diego (92101), has been sold for $4.35 million.
A yearlong study has concluded that fracking at a giant Los Angeles oil field won't harm the environment.