SD BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY ENEWS

Health Systems Implement Plans of Action

Goal Is to Flatten Curve, Protect Hospitals’ Ability to Help Patients

TuSimple Partners With Automotive Supplier ZF

Self-Driving Startup Developing Autonomous Vehicle Technology On Commercial Scale

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Buying A Home Online

HOUSING: Pardee Program Allows Homebuyers To Do Almost Everything Virtually

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Some Good COVID News? Case Count Falling Short

Opinion: Government projections overstated

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Local Attractions Launch Distance Learning Initiatives

Tourism: San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld and Others Debut Online Programs

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Ocean Aero’s Unique Vehicles Have Government Buying

Tech: Department of Homeland Security to Test Swimming Robots

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SDBJ INSIDER: Rising Up

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United Way Ready to Recieve Applications for Assistance

NONPROFIT: SDG&E Pledges $1 Million to the Fund Assisting Low-Wage Workers

National Demand Fuels Need for Travel Nurses

ER, ICU Nurses Are on Top of List of Needed Specialties

Philter Labs Raises $1M For Portable Smoking Filter

Device Is Used to Reduce Second-Hand Smoke in Vaping

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Artisanal Food Businesses Get Crafty

Duo Creates Subscription Food Service Co-op For Small Businesses

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$150M UCSD Housing Project to Mix Cancer Patients With Grad Students

Effort to Create Interaction and Teaching Opportunities

Former Prohibition Era Speakeasy To Become Hotel

Vacant Gaslamp Quarter Building Has Colorful History

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U.S. Marines Tap RQ Construction For Big Projects

Five Contractors Will Split as Much as $975M Of Work on East Coast

Company Makes Meeting Product Demands Top Priority

Sales of Bonafide Provisions’ Bone Broth and Soups Have Jumped 500% Since Coronavirus Outbreak.

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Brixton Capital Buys Texas Apartment Complex

Complex has 250 apartments

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San Diego Co. Brings People Together In Social-Distancing Era

Entertainment: Kast Sees Daily Growth As COVID-19 Limits Non-Essential Activities

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Researchers Hunting For Existing Drugs to Repurpose in Fight Against COVID-19

Already Proven Drugs Could Be a Quicker Way to Treat Virus

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Scaling Up Is Matter of Saving Lives

DEVICES: ResMed CEO, Team Take On Ventilator Needs

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SDBJ INSIDER: Innovative Times

SDBJ's Editor-in-Chief, Jay Harn, on how San Diegans are dealing with the coronavirus disruption.