Students and young leaders in the real estate and development industry received insider advice from seasoned professionals on where future opportunities exist in the field at an Urban Land Institute of San Diego meeting Monday.
Some of San Diego Gas & Electric's employees walk the talk when it comes to going green by driving electric vehicles.
Rep. Bob Filner is now calling for the resignation of San Diego U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy due to her involvement in the San Diego mayoral race.
While Escondido-based Realty Income Corp. (NYSE: O) saw a slight dip in its earnings in the third quarter, it continues to strengthen as it adds new single-tenant retail properties to its portfolio.
ChloroFill LLC, a San Diego-based renewable, formaldehyde-free building material company, closed the company’s funding round to expand and launch advanced manufacturing in Missouri.
Score San Diego will continue its series of small business workshops in November.
The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) successfully conducted the largest, most complex missile defense flight test ever attempted, Oct. 24.
The California Public Utilities Commission on Thursday opened an investigation into the damaged San Onofre nuclear power plant to determine whether ratepayers should bear costs tied to the facility that has been shut down most of the year.
San Diego-based medical device maker NuVasive Inc. said Wednesday that it turned a profit in the third quarter, and its shares bounced back as its earnings topped estimates.
Independent search marketing agency Covario, headquartered in San Diego, and PC manufacturer Lenovo, earned a gold medal for having the “Best Marketing Impact” in the Sales and Marketing category of the 2012 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards.
San Diego International Airport’s “Green Taxi” initiative won an Environmental Excellence Award from the Industrial Environmental Association on Tuesday.
Foreclosure rates in the San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos metro area decreased for the month of August compared to the same period last year, according to CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX).
The University of Phoenix is reporting that none of the planned 115 campus closures will be in San Diego County.
Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: OREX) priced an underwritten public offering of 11 million shares of its common stock at a price of $5.50 per share.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy, formerly enXco, signed a deal with Marubeni Corp. to sell half of its energy project in Minnesota.
LRAD Corp. will tap into the consulting services of an internationally recognized expert in counterterrorism and homeland defense.
Poway-based K-Tube Technologies announced Monday that it is working with Medical Engineering Resources-Europe and Medical Metals to improve customer support and expand its sales representation.
The 49-room Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa in Rancho Santa Fe officially reopens its doors Friday following a $30 million transformation.
The problem that San Diego Gas & Electric faces is an odd one: how to get customers to use less of their product.
A number of locally based, privately held commercial property investors have at least one major thing in common -- they like going out of town to buy properties.
A pair of UCSD graduate students were the first to see the light. Before long, so would millions of others.
On a mountain ridge overlooking Linda Vista sits a plot of land that stood undeveloped until 1949. Once blanketed in a sea of sage and chaparral, the mesa now known as Alcala Park is today home to the University of San Diego.
Twenty-seven years ago, a group of seven former Linkabit scientists and engineers gathered in Irwin Jacob’s San Diego home to discuss the future of digital communications.
This coming January will mark 75 years of business for San Diego County Credit Union.
From preventing rust on aircraft to lubricating sticky windows, drawers and hinges, WD-40 is a homegrown success story that has built a lasting brand.
If there hasn’t been much written about H.G. Fenton Company, it’s because the 103-year-old, family owned firm is more focused on getting things done than talking about its accomplishments.
Almost every major commercial project developed in San Diego during the past four decades bares the fingerprints of Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg and Bagley LLP.
Jim Jessop always wanted to go into the jewelry business. He has the seventh grade school paper to prove it.
Satisfying the needs of a rising car culture that demanded convenience, San Diego businessman and restaurateur Robert Oscar Peterson opened his first drive-thru Jack in the Box in 1951. Located at the corner of 63rd Street and El Cajon Boulevard, it was the first restaurant to use new two-way intercom technology. A giant jack-in-the-box took customers’ orders through a speaker box, and about three minutes later, they could pick up their 22-cent hamburgers at the drive-thru window. Perhaps not coincidentally, 1951 was the first year the term “fast food” appeared in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
Before it became a Navy town, San Diego used to be a tuna town. Nearly a dozen tuna canneries dotted the waterfront in downtown during the early 1900s, from 1911 through 1920.
Aethlon Medical Inc. announced it has been issued a patent covering “Extracorporeal Removal of Microvesicular Particles” and Lifevantage Corp. announced it has appointed David Toda as president and managing director, Asia Pacific for Lifevantage Japan, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 26, 1915 issue:
Nearly $50,000 of new taxes have been collected by County Tax Collector Cornell since collection opened last week. Yesterday Collector Cornell turned in $48,000 to the county treasurer.