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Folks who get off on breaking records certified by Guinness may want to attend what’s billed as a Super Shred Event sponsored by San Diego County Credit Union.
Sentencing of Jing Yang set for November.
The grant supports research based on biotechnology licensed from The Scripps Research Institute.
The San Diego County Employees Retirement Association's fund is at a record $10.1 billion.
The service, called E-asy Account, uses real-time consumer data to help clients set realistic financial goals.
Microsoft Corp. said it’s embarked on a restructuring that will cut 18,000 people over the next year, including 378 based at its Rancho Bernardo office that once belonged to Nokia, which Microsoft acquired in April for $7.5 billion.
San Diego’s unemployment rate increased to 6.1 percent in June, up from May’s 5.8 percent despite the area adding a net of 9,700 jobs to county payrolls.
Seacoast Commerce Bank was the area’s first community bank to deliver its second-quarter results, and it set the bar fairly high. For the quarter ended June 30, Seacoast Commerce, now in its 11th year and headquartered in Rancho Bernardo, reported net income of $501,000, or double what it did in profit for the same quarter of 2013.
Finance: It Helps Brokers, Lenders With Fee Disclosure
Sometimes increased government regulation is a good thing.
LABOR: Opposition Considers Options, Calls for Exemptions
Opponents of a local minimum wage hike were weighing their options, including a ballot referendum that would place the matter before voters, after the San Diego City Council’s recent 6-3 vote to raise the city’s minimum wage to $11.50 an hour by January 2017.
The San Diego City Employees Retirement System, serving about 20,000 members mainly workers at the city of San Diego, said its total assets as of June 30 passed $7 billion and that its preliminary return for the fiscal year ended in June will exceed the 13.6 percent return it had in the prior fiscal year.
Seacoast Commerce Bank, based in Rancho Bernardo and with three branches, reported second quarter net income of $501,000, double the figure for the like quarter of 2013.
Renovate America, a provider of so-called residential property assessed clean energy, or PACE, financing in the U.S. raised $50 million in growth equity from new and existing investors, the company said.
Ralph Whitworth, co-founder of San Diego-based Relational Investors, an activist money management firm, has taken a leave of absence from the firm and resigned as interim chairman of Hewlett-Packard Co. to focus on his health, Relational said.