Vaughn Walker, the former U.S. district court judge who overturned California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, downplayed his role in the historic case.
A number of elected officials were represented at a presentation Thursday on community choice aggregation, presented by the San Diego Energy District Foundation, a nonprofit trying to ramp up support for an alternative to purchasing electricity from San Diego Gas & Electric.
Wednesday night, the Engineering & General Contractors Association, which will soon assimilate into the Associated General Contractors of America, presented for the ninth time a number of scholarships to students pursuing higher education.
The Port of San Diego has approved $6.2 million in projects throughout the five member cities that will be funded as part of the Port’s Capital Improvement Program.
California regulators will open an investigation into Edison International’s San Onofre nuclear power plant this year.
The California Supreme Court has declined to review an appellate court's ruling that Tri-City Healthcare District's unfair business practice claims against Scripps Health Inc. are not subject to arbitration.
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC member Pedro Suarez has been reappointed to the board of directors of STC.UNM, a nonprofit corporation formed and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico to protect and transfer its faculty inventions to the commercial marketplace.
San Diego-based LRAD Corp. (Nasdaq: LRAD), a provider of long-range acoustic hailing devices, has shipped its first LRAD 360X order to an Asian customer for a trial earthquake and tsunami warning mass notification installation.
Dimont & Associates, an El Cajon-based provider of hazard and mortgage insurance claims processing services, has received SSAE 16 Type II certification following an independent accounting firm's detailed review of Dimont's processes and controls relating to operations.
Sharp HealthCare disappeared for the last two years on Hospitals & Health Networks magazine's "Most Wired" hospitals list, but the San Diego-based system hopes to return to the list this year.
Until recently, health care organizations both big and small typically hosted their data on servers located on, or close to, their premises. Larger organizations and companies had server rooms with security and a backup in place, whereas others stashed their servers in a corner or a closet.
Dr. Ted Chan, an emergency medicine physician with UC San Diego Health System and San Diego Beacon Community program leader, was one of 82 representatives from across the country whose progress in health information technology (IT) was recognized by the White House and Health and Human Services (HHS) in Washington, D.C., at a White House Town Hall on Tuesday.
A buzz word being thrown around a lot recently in the medical industry is the term “big data.” What does it really mean?
The proliferation of online health communities and so-called “peer-to-peer health care” sites allow people to reach out to others for advice on managing illness. Hospitals and health care providers have started to integrate social media into their marketing and patient engagement efforts.
While the venture capital market has been under pressure for the last several years, life sciences industry leaders in San Diego are optimistic about the prospects of local companies finding venture capital.
Nearly three months after the Supreme Court’s hearings on the health care reform law (the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010), the justices are expected to announce their decision most likely on Thursday, June 28.
LRAD Corp. announced it has shipped its first LRAD 360X order to an Asian customer for a trial earthquake and tsunami warning mass notification installation, and BioMed Realty Trust Inc announced its operating subsidiary BioMed Realty LP, priced a public offering of $250 million aggregate principal amount of 4.25 percent Senior Notes due 2022, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's June 22, 1998 issue:
Bingham Construction has recently completed the build-out of a 50,000 square feet of tenant improvement for Optum Rx, a subsidiary of parent company UnitedHealth Group (NYE: UNH).
The 127-space Cabrillo Mobile Lodge senior mobile home park on 6.36 acres at 731 G St., Chula Vista 91910, has been sold for $6.85 million.
(AP) -- Authorities say raids on metal recyclers in Northern California have turned up AT&T (NYSE: T) wiring, Amtrak cables and a 6-foot metal ramp stolen from a freeway project.