With increasing competition from both domestic and international companies and a shortage of large-scale projects on the horizon, the utility-scale solar industry is on the brink of undergoing a massive shake-down, one that leaders say is expected and will prove beneficial for the long-term success of the field.
The man tasked with defending San Diego’s strong military position from more than 2,000 miles away finally broke his public silence on Wednesday, dishing the inside scoop on politicians and their stance on sequestration.
The Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) celebrated another milestone when more than 160 team members were recognized for significant contributions during the command's Capability Maturity Model Integration, or CMMI, Maturity Level 3 Awards ceremony, held Oct. 3.
San Diego-based Trigild Corp., which is best known for its receivership business, has formed an alliance with Santa Barbara-based Blu Hotel Investors — a company that not only acquires hotels, but also builds them from the ground up.
A senior chief petty officer from Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific's (SSC Pacific's) Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) Branch received the A. Bryan Lasswell In-Service Engineering Support Award at the National Defense Industrial Association's Fall Symposium in San Diego, Oct. 10.
In 2011, the owner of Charco Design & Build Inc., Armando Flores, took his love for lines to a new level when the company made for itself a new and more elaborate foundation from the building blocks of what Flores had been doing for years at Charco Construction Co. Inc.
The San Diego Association of Realtors will host a free workshop for first-time homebuyers on Oct. 20.
As work continues on the Interstate 805 South Project, westbound state Route 54 at I-805 is scheduled for a temporary shutdown this weekend, Caltrans announced Thursday.
San Diego State University received a $2.4 million gift from professors emeriti Carey Wall and Terry O’Donnell for the musical theater program.
The U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce (USGCC) has appointed former California Center for Sustainable Energy's executive director Irene M. Stillings as its new president.
Rouse Properties Inc. (NYSE: RSE), a national owner and operator of regional malls, announced Thursday that it has commenced cosmetic renovation of the Chula Vista Center.
Bridgepoint Education’s Ashford University has appointed Dr. Richard Pattenaude as the new president elect. The university’s Board of Trustees made the announcement on Thursday.
Foreclosure filings — default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — were reported on 37,917 California properties in September, a decrease of 5.68 percent from the previous month and down 26.86 percent from September 2011, according to RealtyTrac's U.S. Foreclosure Market Report for September and the third quarter of 2012.
Consider "Notes to our Sons & Daughters" as a small step in that process, an opening salvo in the much-needed conversation between the generations. We invite you to experience this art exhibit, featuring photographic works such as the one of Susan Lew, on the front cover.
TOKYO — The fast aging of Japanese society is evident as soon as one lands at Tokyo's Narita airport and sees who is doing the cleaning. Young people tend to take such menial jobs in other countries, but here they are often held by workers obviously in the second half-century of their lives.
Eco Building Products Inc. announced it has signed a binding agreement with Global Encasement Inc. to provide building technology for domestic and offshore housing projects, and Sequenom Inc. announced the appointment of Bill Bowen as senior vice president and general counsel, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 12, 1928 issue:
Mayor Harry Clark expects that the draft of the ordinance making uniform regulations for taxicabs will be presented to the city traffic commission next week and soon after passed by the city council.
San Diego native Matt Richman wears both chef and owner hats at his restaurant, Table 926, in Pacific Beach, open since December.
General contractor C.W. Driver has begun construction on a 100,000-square-foot renovation and 30,000-square-foot expansion project for the existing 1957-built Storm and Nasatir building complex at the San Diego State University (SDSU) campus.
The two-building, 95,000-square-foot Arrowhead General Insurance campus -- in Bressi Ranch at 2544-2548 Campbell Place in Carlsbad 92009 -- has been sold for $24.7 million.
(AP) -- Opponents have filed a lawsuit to block a controversial subway line in San Francisco.