With an open seat on the county Board of Supervisors for the first time in years, and fundraising totals between the two candidates exceeding $830,000, the stakes are high in the District 3 race between Steve Danon, most recently the chief of staff to North County Congressman Brian Bilbray, and Solana Beach Deputy Mayor Dave Roberts.
Dr. Heidi Hanna, CEO and founder of Synergy, will provide the keynote speech at a Nov. 8 Athena San Diego program geared toward helping participants optimize their brainpower.
In a not-so-subtle response to his opponent’s recent attacks on his temperament, San Diego mayoral candidate Rep. Bob Filner held a press conference Tuesday so veteran groups could testify for his work on their behalf.
San Diego-based Solar Gard, a company of Saint-Gobain that develops, manufactures and distributes specialty films and backsheet materials, opened its new facility in Qingdao, China.
Torrey Pines Bank announced it continued to increase business loans, deposits, revenue and net income in the third quarter of 2012. Total assets decreased slightly from second quarter, but increased year over year.
Five or fewer active new condominium developments in downtown San Diego have available units, and those are quickly becoming exhausted.
The New York Stock Exchange will reopen for regular trading Wednesday after being shut down for two days because of Hurricane Sandy.
SG Biofuels Inc., a San Diego-based energy crop company, has expanded its global network of Jatropha hybrid trial and agronomic research sites to 15 with the addition of eight new centers in Guatemala, Brazil and India.
Seacoast Commerce Bank (OTCQB: SCCB) announced it was ranked the 14th largest provider of loans to small businesses in the United States, as reported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), for the SBA's fiscal year ended Sept. 30. This is up from the 18th largest in 2011 and the 23rd largest in 2010.
Anticipated weather conditions associated with the massive storm on the East Coast have led San Diego-based Accelrys Inc. to push back the announcement of its third quarter results to Oct. 31.
An interactive physical therapy software that cuts rehab costs is getting a $4.25 million injection from the West Health Investment Fund.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Oct. 31, 1910 issue:
An invitation has been extended Count de Lesseps, now in New York, to be present at the breaking of ground in the city park for exposition. The ceremony will take place on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 24.
The Cushman & Wakefield of San Diego Urban Property Group reported that Fogo de Chao, an upscale Brazilian Churrascaria-style steakhouse, will open its first location in San Diego. The restaurant will be located in the Gaslamp district at 668 Sixth Ave. (92101). Fogo de Chao signed a 10-year, $4,946,820 lease for 11,372 square feet in a portion of the building that housed former Borders Books & Music.