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Movers in SD seeing a big increase in business

As the San Diego housing market begins what could be a slow recovery, movers are seeing more business than they have in several years.

San Diego business outlook

Pending legislation, waning confidence in fiscal austerity at all levels of government and the election in November continue to foster uncertainty and stifle potential growth in San Diego’s economy, according to a Daily Transcript survey sampling business leaders in San Diego County.

Something to celebrate: Festivals draw visitors to San Diego

From Beer Week to the La Jolla Festival of the Arts, San Diego is home to a plethora of festivals that cover everything from science to craft beer and jazz.

Economy, stock market will be affected by upcoming ‘fiscal cliff’

The first half of 2012 has been a bumpy road for economic recovery and volatility in the stock market. As if that hasn't been challenging enough, all eyes appear to be focused on what is being called a “fiscal cliff” waiting at the end of the year.

Cargo trade has evolved at Port of San Diego

There's been a transformation in the types of cargo coming through the Port of San Diego since the 1950s, when it was primarily cotton, newsprint, paper products and livestock.

Plan would freeze UC, CSU fees if voters pass tax

SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders have come up with a plan to freeze tuition rates at California's public universities if voters approve a tax hike in November, the Senate leader said Monday.

Seeking elusive 'alpha,' investors scour the globe

NEW YORK — You can leap off a mountainside in extreme skiing, kick and claw to near death in extreme fighting and twist yourself into a pretzel in extreme yoga. Why not turn investing into an adventure sport?

City Council creates development organization Civic San Diego

The San Diego City Council voted Monday to merge Centre City Development Corp. and Southeastern Economic Development Corp., forming Civic San Diego to continue the nonprofit corporations’ responsibilities and wind down previously approved redevelopment projects.

Report: Defense has mega impact on local jobs, spending

San Diego’s economy will benefit from a whopping $20.6 billion of direct defense-related spending in fiscal year 2012, which equates to more than $6,500 for each of the county's residents.

SD Superior Court facing massive cuts, layoffs

San Diego Superior Court plans to eliminate 250 employee positions and close or restructure more than 40 courtrooms in the next two years because of drastic state budget cuts.

SD construction employment shows uptick in May

The construction industry seems to be picking up steam in San Diego, as data for May released last week by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows employment is at its highest point of the year.

Hunter: 'Economic bombshell' looms in San Diego County

An economic tidal wave threatens to take 30,000 of San Diego’s jobs come October if defense cuts aren’t stopped.

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