The local community garden movement got a boost earlier this month with the California Coastal Commission's approval to permit the plots in both commercial and residential areas.
The U.S. Copyright Office has invited the executive director of California Western School of Law's New Media Rights program to participate in hearings this week in Los Angeles on the proposal to create a small claims system for copyright disputes.
San Diego-based Covario was named the Search Agency of the Year by OMMA (Online Media, Marketing and Advertising) Magazine. This was the second year in a row Covario earned the distinction.
The law firm Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP is opening its first full-time office outside San Diego County with the addition of five Silicon Valley attorneys from Sughrue Mion PLLC.
The College of Business Administration at San Diego State University announced Monday that its financial planning program was named one of Financial Planning magazine’s “25 Great Schools For Future Financial Planners” in its November 2012 issue.
Two free educational forums will be held on Wednesday in an effort to ensure business leaders are aware of the Enterprise Zone and Enterprise Credits, and the benefits qualifying companies can claim.
Shares of San Diego-based genetic analysis instrument company Illumina Inc. slumped Monday after an analyst downgraded the stock, pointing to concerns about its competition.
San Diego-based Tactical Engineering and Analysis Inc. is being awarded an $8,366,000 contract modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to increase the ceiling amount.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 27, 1996 issue:
San Diego-based Volcano Corp. (Nasdaq: VOLC) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Sync-Rx Ltd., a privately-held company based in Israel that develops advanced software applications that facilitate transcatheter cardiovascular interventions using automated online image processing.
There is no Thanksgiving hangover at municipalities this week, as most are slated to meet and provide updates on construction projects.
The law firm Higgs Fletcher & Mack has expanded its downtown office space by 3,000 square feet to accommodate its growing number of lawyers.
Bill Clinton became president on a platform of “change.” Not change in any particular way — just change in the abstract. Like characters in a Chekhov play, Americans found daily life unbearable in some usually unspecified way and dreamed of escape. But they didn’t have the energy to achieve escape velocity. Then along came this fast-talking charmer, and suddenly we’ve left Chekhov behind and are in “The Music Man.”
San Diego State University received a major donation from Leonard Lavin, chair of the Alberto Culver Company, for its Entrepreneurial Management Center, the school announced Monday.
Tealium, an enterprise tag management company based in San Diego, announced Monday that Jeff Lunsford will join the company in January as CEO.
San Diego-based Active Network (NYSE: ACTV), a cloud-based activity and participant management company, is partnering with Allianz Global Assistance USA to protect registration fees for event organizers and participants when participants can’t show up on race day with “Registration Protector.”
Short sales remain the better choice over foreclosures for both banks and homeowners, and local real estate experts believe the number will continue to increase, unless the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act is not extended.
Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced it is hosting a conference call and webcast to discuss its top-line results from its Phase III trial with pimavanserin in patients with Parkinsonís disease psychosis, and Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced that testing of multiple synthetic vaccine constructs for cytomegalovirus induced robust T cells in mice, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The 21-unit apartment complex located at 7629-7633 Normal Ave., La Mesa 91941, has been sold for $1.9 million, or $90,476 per unit.
(Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) may limit its exposure to claims by Countrywide Financial mortgage-backed securities investors after a federal judge said she may have erred two years ago by allowing some claims to proceed.