A consulting firm in Washington, D.C. is working to make sure San Diego’s stance against defense budget cuts is heard loud and clear from thousands of miles away.
New Media Rights, a San Diego-based nonprofit that provides free and reduced-fee legal assistance to Internet users and technology and media entrepreneurs, is now offered at California Western School of Law.
The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) named the officers of its Board of Directors for fiscal year 2013.
It’s been almost a year since the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved its General Plan Update, but some of the same criticisms of the zoning changes it created continue to be heard in some of San Diego’s back country.
Backers of a voter-approved measure to curb pensions for municipal employees in the nation's eighth-largest city faced an early legal test Friday as a judge considered whether to put it on hold.
August is right around the corner, and it brings a technology workshop, conventions and a wine social.
After two straight weeks of increases, Southern California gas prices are about the same as they were this time last month and this time last year, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California's Weekend Gas Watch.
Vector Resources Inc. has announced that it will soon be deploying passive optical local area network (LAN) architecture to provide high-speed bandwidth in the city of San Diego’s new Central Library.
San Diego-based gene analysis firm Sequenom Inc. (Nasdaq: SQNM), which has been in the middle of some patent litigation lately, has had some difficulty remaining profitable.
Cubic Transportation Systems Inc. has received an extension to a contract it has held with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Agency, the company announced Thursday.
In an economy that has produced many start-ups, as some people have sought to turn misfortune into opportunity, Arnold Jaffa, 82, isn't the least bit interested in letting go of what he considers to be a major part of himself -- a desire to help people succeed.
The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's July 30, 1928 issue:
The Lewis Medical property -- a 22,461-square-foot medical office building at 330 Lewis St., San Diego 92103 -- has been sold for $9.7 million, or $432-per-square-foot.
Jeff Saywitz, senior vice president of The Saywitz Company, represented the lessee of the Deal of the Week.
(AP) -- A California man has pleaded guilty to federal charges that he defrauded investors out of $16 million in a Fresno golf course and housing project.