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San Diego Newsmakers profiles the people who helped make this region and The Daily Transcript what it is today - a Who's Who of those who have put San Diego County on the map as a thriving region.

Malin Burnham

Chairman

Burnham Cos.

4435 Eastgate Mall, Suite 200
San DiegoCA92121

Until recently, downtown real estate developer and philanthropist Malin Burnham was a champion to San Diegans. Now, he's taken his efforts on the road.

The native San Diegan, who is the chairman of Burnham Cos., is also the chairman of nine non-profits. Now the avid sailor, who at the age of 17 became the youngest skipper ever to sail to a World Championship in the International Star Class of yacht racing, is once again navigating change.

In August, Burnham made a  $310 million deal with the state to open a Burnham Institute lab in Orlando. During its 30-year history in La Jolla, discoveries by Burnham Institute scientists have contributed to the development of new drugs for Alzheimer's disease, heart disease and cancer.

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Coronado agent among top under-30 Realtors in US

Coronado Island Realty agent Kate Gillingham Milke was honored by the National Association of Realtors as one of the 2015 Class of 30 Under 30 Realtors, a prestigious recognition for rising stars in the industry.

Orca Maritime produces deep-sea data, images

Orca Maritime uses innovative technology to provide its clients with underwater data and images.

GalexC founder's entrepreneurial spirit continues through acquisition

About four years ago, Doug d'Heilly made the transition from an energy-efficiency consultant with Trane Inc. to running his own consulting firm.

George Chamberlin's Money in the Morning

The up and down of the stock market continues. After gaining 208 points Monday, the Dow industrials fell 85 points yesterday. The focus, at least for the time being, has shifted away from global economic concerns to quarterly earnings reports from U.S. companies.

Candace Friedman, Acme Safety and Supply

Whenever you drive past an orange cone or a detour sign in San Diego, they're very likely the pride and joy of Candace Friedman, who has been providing safety products from her National City company, Acme Safety and Supply, since 1999.

Patricia Trauth, AECOM

As a young girl growing up in Cincinnati, Patricia Trauth developed a deep appreciation of art from her mother, and nature from her maternal grandfather. Today, as principal landscape architect in the San Diego office of AECOM, a global interdisciplinary architecture, engineering and construction firm, she uses her artistic skills by designing public spaces with natural elements for the betterment of the public.

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Interview with Wells Fargo's Celia Lanning

July 1, 2015 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Celia Lanning, region president for Wells Fargo, about how Wells Fargo helps communities through charitable efforts, small business lending, and how customer service is still key to Well Fargo's success.

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