Stories for June 2004
Monday, June 28
Whether in Business, or The Political Arena, Lying Is a Widespread Phenomenon Throughout Modern America
Biotech: Firm Follows Trend of Other Local Early Stage Companies
Borrowing to pay for college is nothing new, but the amount of debt some students are graduating with is at critical levels.
Tammy Haughey credits her ascent up the ladder at Di Zinno Thompson advertising to being at the right desk at the right time.
'Make and Hold' Strategy Helps Student Lending Company While Reducing the Burden of Costly College Tuition
Internet Bill Payment A Key Strategy in Retaining Customers
Some Seek Work Elsewhere Due to Strict Wage Rules
Maybe the refinance market hasn't dried up yet, but home mortgage lenders are beginning to act as if it has.
Monday, June 21
Government: County Looks to Public Market as S.D. Grapples With Probe
COMMENTARY by Lou Dobbs, anchor and managing editor of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight."
Prices the Reflect Nature of Firms With Products Years Away From Market
Continuous Computing Among Firms Looking At Expansion Plans
Parking Issues, More Day Games Among Topics of Discussion
EL CAJON , GKN Aerospace Chem-tronics Inc. has received a $28 million Air Force contract to manufacture military aircraft parts.
This November, California voters will be asked to approve a $3 billion bond measure to fund embryonic stem cell research.
Gateway Inc.'s transformation into the company it purchased in March, Irvine-based eMachines, is under way, and from the early financial results, the makeover is taking hold.
Defense: Headquarters Tones Down Stance Taken By Pendleton Commander
Paradise in Progress was formed to keep the Mardi Gras parade from being cut short by an unexpected road closure or a row of trucks lining up to pour concrete for the base of a new high-rise tower.
Restaurants: Despite Growing Number, Independent Owners Still Hold Sway
Monday, June 14
When Margit Muenker learned that the San Diego outpatient clinic where she worked as a surgical nurse was going to close, she never once worried about being jobless.
The legal foundations beneath California's Indian casino industry are shifting again, and in San Diego's backcountry, local gaming tribes are casting about for options..
Tourism: Makeup of Agency's Board Also Up for Discussion
COMMENTARY by Tom Plate, a UCLA professor, former editorial page editor of the Los Angeles Times, and a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy.
Question: How do I properly utilize an alternative dispute resolution provider?
State Fund Cuts Workers' Comp Rates 7%; Bayfront Redevelopment Plan Picked; Factory 2-U Closing 23 More Stores; Regulators Approve SDG & E; Plan; Sempra Outlines Succession Plan
The staff at the SD Business Journal won nine first place awards, and 17 awards overall, at this year's Excellence in Journalism awards presented by the SD chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Monday, June 7
Two San Diego-based telecom equipment companies see a future in India.
Convention Center's Plan: Push Compelling Deals To Grab Meeting Planners
Question: How can I ensure that my business meets Safety, Health and Environmental Regulatory compliance? What are the risks if I don't meet these standards?
The Latest Seat Belt Campaign Not Only Wastes Police Resources, But May Make People Less Safe
Medical Services Enterprise, UCSD Still Debating Over Approval for Local Trials
Proxy: DJ ORTHOPEDICS, INC. San Diego Technology 15; San Diego BioTech 15; Southern California Index Watch
Sales dip 20 percent to 30 percent at the Gaslamp Quarter restaurant, Trattoria La Strada, every time the San Diego Padres play in town on a Friday or Saturday night