The Daily Transcript pays tribute to San Diego's newest entrepreneurs. Learn more about the Young Influentials program here.
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Dr. Gregory Frost was a young scientist finishing his research in the Department of Pathology at the University of California, San Francisco, when he reached a fork in the road: go to Sweden with fellow researchers to further his work with the human hyaluronidase gene family, or head southward to San Diego, where his entrepreneurialism could be nurtured at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center.
Thomas Del Monte, at age 31, is nothing if not ambitious. His San Diego-based startup, Interra Energy, is built on the premise that large-scale carbon negative energy production could essentially reverse global climate change.
With about 1.2 million square feet of net office absorption last year, Brett Ward, a Cassidy Turley senior vice president, says San Diego County is recovering nicely from the recession.
In the 1920s, when Italian tuna haulers formed the heart of Little Italy, the neighborhood’s social life revolved around Our Lady of the Rosary Church, founded as an Italian parish when immigration from Southern Europe was at a peak.
New, local TV series, “A Growing Passion,” is started a Kickstarter campaign on March 29, to raise $10,000 to finance the filming and production of their second season on KPBS (www.agrowingpassion.com).
The Daily Transcript appreciates the time and effort put forth by the following people to select this year's Young Influentials.
San Diego’s Young Influentials 2013 is the culmination of a search for San Diego County’s newest rising stars, market leaders and entrepreneurs crafting our region and our business landscape for the better.
NEW YORK — After years of hope, stalled efforts and studio frustration, "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas watched a long-held dream come to fruition in a sudden digital rush.
Deal Current Network, a private-label daily-deal software company, is giving away valuable tech tips through a campaign called Take Back Local.
As the sun set on a downtown party Wednesday night, pink mixed drinks swam down an ice luge into attendees' cocktail glasses and parting gifts came in the form of honey jars.
It pays to have friends in high places. For the CEO of Mogl, a Sorrento Valley-based restaurants rewards program, that means being chummy with Sir Richard Branson.