The legal job market is improving with many firms looking to hire in the near future, according to a recent survey by the legal staffing firm Robert Half Legal.
The San Diego City Council will approve and ratify Monday the results of the city’s contract negotiations with its various labor unions on employment terms for the coming fiscal year.
San Diego County's nonprofit arts and culture industry generates $665 million in annual economic activity, according to a recent study.
Construction will now be able to commence on a dual hotel project at the former Fat City/China Camp restaurant site, as land-use permits have been approved by the Centre City Development Corp.
Every San Diegan deserves a place to call home, and the San Diego Housing Federation honored those working to make that happen at the 2012 Ruby Awards on Thursday.
Bingham Construction recently completed the build-out of a 50,000-square-foot tenant improvement for Optum Rx, a subsidiary of parent company UnitedHealth Group. (NYSE: UNH).
Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP recently won the 2012 Heilbron Award for the mid-sized San Diego business category.
Former San Diego Padres great Trevor Hoffman will be the honorary chairperson for this year’s Fleet Week San Diego, which will run from Sept. 8 through Oct. 14.
The Scripps Research Institute has entered into a five-year collaboration with biopharmaceutical company Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., aiming to apply chemistry to drug discovery and synthesis, a statement announced Friday.
BioMed Realty Trust Inc. (NYSE: BMR) has reported its second quarter 2012 dividend.
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Stocks rose and commodities climbed for a second day on speculation central banks will take steps to boost economies as Europe’s debt crisis saps growth. Spanish, Italian, U.K. and U.S. bonds advanced.
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Gold climbed for a sixth day in New York on speculation central banks will take steps to buoy economies as Greece prepares for elections that may determine whether it leaves the euro.
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Oil rose in New York, heading for a second week of gains, on speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve may take more steps to stimulate the economy and on OPEC’s call for members to cut production in excess of targets.
When Dan Chavez’s father suffered a hemorrhagic stroke in July 2010, the family thought Chavez — whose background is in health care information technology — would be best suited to be the caregiver.
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The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's June 18, 1997 issue:
The Westfield Group, which controls seven regional malls in San Diego County, is attempting to turn its malls into one-stop shops.
The Westfield Group's Horton Plaza is about to undergo a major transformation that will involve the demolition of the old Robinson May building and the creation of Horton Park, which will include an amphitheater and the restoration of the park/plaza space.
The Deal of the Week lessee was represented by Barry Mahlberg, of Cushman & Wakefield.
(Bloomberg) -- Tax-allocation bonds (TABs) tied to California's former redevelopment agencies were cut to junk by Moody’s Investors Service, which cited the uncertainty of cash flow to make payments on $11.6 billion in debt.