San Diego's Top Influentials highlights the Who’s Who in San Diego business, profiling the top newsmakers of 2007. The special publication will also feature lists from San Diego’s prominent industry sectors, combining thought-provoking editorial and useful data to offer the best resource for San Diego business.

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Top Influentials - SourceBook 2008 - Business, Consumer Services

Many of the future challenges the health care, insurance, accounting and retail industries will face in 2008 have been ongoing business trends from years past. See how the Top Influentials in the Business and Consumer Services area successfully face these challenges.

Top Influentials - SourceBook 2008 - Construction

Construction industry leaders have experienced a tumultuous year in which the county has endured wildfires and a sharp drop in residential building. Discover how Top Influentials in this sector have adjusted to the changing times.

Top Influentials - SourceBook 2008 - Finance, Law

The Transcript takes a look at some of the leaders who continue to pursue opportunities in the finance and law industries.

Top Influentials - SourceBook 2008 - Real Estate

There is no getting around the fact that the subprime mortgage collapse is affecting the commercial as well as the residential markets. These Top Influentials are finding ways succeed in this sluggish time.

Top Influentials - SourceBook 2008 - Tech, Biotech, Defense

San Diego's reputation as a hotbed of life sciences and technology is thriving, and these Top Influentials continue to develop and produce innovative products.

  • North Island Credit Union: Ethical business performance and organizational excellence

    North Island Credit Union was recently honored for ethical business practices by the San Diego Better Business Bureau (BBB) at the 2007 Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics. North Island Credit Union was the only winner in the 250-499 employees category. The award represents a two-decade -- and ongoing -- commitment to the pursuit of workplace excellence. This quest began with North Island's adoption of the National Malcolm Baldrige criteria as a template to improve its organizational effectiveness and to reflect its commitment to delivering ever-improving business value and ethics to its members. That commitment remains today.