San Diego News

Mon, Dec 17, 2012

Federal inspectors have identified new questions related to California's troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant.

San Diego attorney Charles Grebing addressed 64 California Western School of Law graduates receiving their Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees Monday at a ceremony held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel.

Lisa Neitzel, certified legal manager of McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, was recently appointed as a Region 6 officer by the Association of Legal Administrators' board of directors. Her two-year term officially begins in April 2013.

The La Jolla bookstore Warwick’s and the San Diego Law Library are teaming up to bring former Vice President Al Gore to San Diego Feb. 10 for a discussion and book signing.

CCIM San Diego has named Lauri Hines president of the chapter for 2013.

Cloud computing presents businesses with a variety of options while gaining cost savings through the shift of capital expenditure (CAPEX) to operating expense (OPEX).

B. Riley & Co., the Los Angeles-based investment bank, bought San Diego-based stock-research firm Caris & Co. to increase its sales and trading business amid a slowdown in the brokerage industry.

In today’s environment, as forward-thinking government and commercial enterprises move to the cloud to improve scalability, agility, automation and efficiency, data is flowing from more sources than ever before. By 2020, the amount of information in our economy is expected to grow by 44 times.

There are only 10 trading sessions left in 2012 and the markets continue to hold steady despite the lingering uncertainty of the pending "F.C." Ask most people on the street what kind of year it has been for investors and they would probably say not so good. The truth is that it has been a very good year.


Plans are in place for CareFusion Corp. (NYSE: CFN) to provide an update Dec. 19 regarding progress toward filing its Form 10-K for fiscal year 2012 and Form 10-Q for the quarter ended Sept. 30, the company announced Monday.


San Diego medical device company NuVasive Inc. (Nasdaq: NUVA) announced Monday the Japanese approval of two of its titanium alloy implants -- the CoRoent Large Impacted and CoRoent Large Tapered implants.

San Diego-based Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) reported at the close of last week higher sales and earnings for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30.

Callaway Golf Co. announced the release of its X Hot and X Hot Pro irons, and NuVasive Inc. announced it has received Japanese regulatory approval of its CoRoent Large Impacted and CoRoent Large Tapered titanium alloy implants, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Dec. 18, 1920 issue:
Eastern freight consigned to local merchants came in yesterday from San Pedro, as the total liner from New York putting in at this port.

Consortium Holdings has leased the 4,516 square foot retail building in Little Italy at 1654 India St., San Diego 92101, from 1565 India Street Investor LLC.

(AP) -- Termites are being blamed for the floor collapse of an upstairs Los Angeles apartment and led authorities to order six residents out of the 104-year-old building.

Mon, Dec 17, 2012

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