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Vistage Gives Leaders Useful Perspective and Peer Interaction

LEADERSHIP: It Offers Coaching In a Confidential And Challenging FormatIt can be lonely at the top. In April, Torrie Inouye became president of San Diego-based alternative lender National Funding.

By Sarah de Crescenzo September 22, 2016 3:54 p.m.   Share

Sempra's Mexican Subsidiary Secures Rights to Two Solar Projects

Sempra Energy’s Mexican subsidiary, Infraestructura Energética Nova S.A.B de C.V., prevailed in a recent auction to secure rights to two solar energy projects totaling 141 megawatts-ac.

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Why San Diegans Must Invest in Delta Solutions

Although we have made impressive investments to develop local water supplies, most of San Diego’s water continues to come from far away. In fact, more than 80 percent of our county’s water supply is imported from Northern California and the Colorado River.

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Report: Federal Government Examining Sale of Hotel del Coronado

The federal government is scrutinizing the proposed purchase of Hotel del Coronado by Chinese insurer Anbang Insurance Group Co., due to its proximity to a large U.S. Navy base, Bloomberg News reported.

State Regulators Reject SDG&E Appeal on Net Metering Costs

State regulators have rejected an appeal filed by San Diego Gas &Electric Co. and other investor-owned utilities regarding how much money should be credited to business and residential customers whose rooftop solar panels feed electricity into the state’s power grid.

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New GM Named at San Diego’s Keating Hotel

The Keating Hotel, a 35-room boutique property in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, has named Adam Della Rocca as its new general manager.

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Studio 2055 Has a New Name: Comet Creative

Thirty years after its founding, Carlsbad-based marketing firm Studio 2055 has changed its name to Comet Creative.

STR: Chargers Rank 28th in NFL for Local Hotel Revenue Net Impact

The San Diego Chargers ranked 28th out of 32 NFL teams for net impact on local hotel revenue during the 2015 season, according to the latest in a series of articles tracking the league’s impact on hotels by the research firm STR.

Local Realtors Fall Victim to a Different Kind of 'Identity Theft'

Two innocent San Diego Realtors have gotten caught up in an apparent venture capital scam exposed in an intriguing story published online at Fortune.com.

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Del Taco Restaurants Inc. Signs Franchisee for Five Upcoming San Diego Locations

Del Taco Restaurants Inc. has signed an agreement with Rancho Cucamonga-based franchisee Bajwa Group, which plans to open five new San Diego County locations by 2020. Financial terms were not disclosed, and locations have not been announced.

Sempra Subsidiary Ienova Given Official Clearance to Buy Interest in Mexican Company

Sempra Energy said Sept. 21 its Mexican subsidiary, Ienova, has received antitrust clearance to buy a 50 percent equity interest in pipeline builder and operator Gasoductos de Chihuahua.

Attorney’s New Role Will Help Guide eDiscovery Training

Joseph S. Leventhal, local office managing partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, has been selected to join the ESI (Electronically Stored Information) Roundtable San Diego Charter Panel.

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Tasty Business Model Was Just Part of Recipe

FOOD: Cookie Co. Makes Each Step a Successful Step Up

A San Diego cookie company that got its start at local farmers markets has opened a second store, an expanded version of its first, small-scale store in Point Loma.

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KCD PR Acquires Wall & Broadway

San Diego-based public relations and marketing agency KCD PR has acquired Wall & Broadway, a boutique consulting firm that specializes in clients in the fintech sector, the company announced this week.

San Diego Hotels Post 3.7 Percent Revenue Rise in First 8 Months

San Diego County hotels saw total revenue rise 3.7 percent from a year ago in the first eight months of 2016, topping $1.86 billion, even as occupancy dipped 0.3 percent to 79 percent, according to the latest monthly data from research firm STR.