Employees working at the new 220,000-square-foot life sciences campus in Torrey Pines have their pick of mouth-watering options: brick-oven-baked flatbreads with seasonal ingredients plucked from an on-site garden, spaghetti squash meatballs and beet bruschetta. It’s not your typical lunchtime cafeteria menu, and Nautilus is not your typical office complex.
Lauri J. Stock has been named a partner at the law firm of Solomon Ward Seidenwurm & Smith LLP.
Happy November! As the countdown to Turkey Day begins, real estate summits, sports conferences and an intellectual property panel remind us to be thankful for America’s Finest City and all the events it has to offer. And don't forget to vote on Tuesday.
Earlier this year, the Port of San Diego sought community input to gauge interest on what, if anything, needs to be developed on a marsh area off Palm Avenue in the South Bay.
The USS Anchorage will be commissioned in its namesake city on May 4.
Life Technologies Corp.'s CEO Greg Lucier said his company will take the top spot in genetic sequencing next year ahead of current industry leader Illumina Inc.
A few weeks of steep price declines have erased the October price spike that had set new records for Southland gas prices.
Active Network, specializing in cloud-based activity and participant management, has announced financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30.
Online real estate marketplace Auction.com and its luxury home division have announced the upcoming auction of a Coronado luxury home, planned for Dec. 3-5.
San Diego real estate investment trust BioMed Realty Trust Inc. (NYSE: BMR) announced Friday its financial results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, with news that the company increased funds from operations for the quarter by 13.3 percent to $0.34 per diluted share, as compared to $0.30 per diluted share in the third quarter of 2011.
East County voters will be asked to support or oppose five school construction bond measures in the Nov. 6 General Election.
Several companies and individuals were honored last Friday as the San Diego County Apartment Association held its annual Mark of Excellence, one of Southern California's largest ceremonies recognizing leadership in the rental housing industry.
Eleven construction school bond propositions are on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot -- the most in the last 10 years.
CBRE’s Golf & Resort Group has been authorized by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to market Warner Springs Ranch for sale on behalf of the debtor, which will have a say in who buys the property.
Corporate America may be cut-throat, but no arena tests the true make of a leader like the life-or-death reality of the battlefield. Col. Tom Magness has succeeded in both worlds, and now helps business executives become more effective leaders using his battle-tested techniques and personal insight from more than two decades of military service.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 5, 1920 issue:
While the count of the votes cast at the election yesterday is not complete a big majority in the electoral college is assured to President Coolidge. Contrary to pre-election forecasts, La Follette ran third in popular votes.
Brandon Keith, of Voit Real Estate Services' San Diego office, directed the $10.4 million acquisition of a 60,870-square-foot office building in the Scripps Ranch area on behalf of the buyer, Double Black Diamond Properties LLC.
The 79-unit, garden-style apartment community on Lexington Avenue in El Cajon was sold for $11,500,000 -- or $145,570 per unit -- on Oct. 17.