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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.
LEADERSHIP: It Offers Coaching In a Confidential And Challenging Format
It can be lonely at the top. In April, Torrie Inouye became president of San Diego-based alternative lender National Funding.
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.
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 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.
A subsidiary of San Diego’s staffing giant AMN Healthcare Services is making a private offering of $300 million in senior notes, according to an AMN news release.
California’s First District Court of Appeals has agreed to revisit the state Public Utilities Commission’s 4-1 decision last year allowing construction of a 500-megawatt, natural gas-fired power plant in Carlsbad.
UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla has been appointed to the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, which recommends policies and programs to increase the global competitiveness of U.S. communities, companies and workers.
Thomas Lee has been named general manager of the 215-room Cape Rey Carlsbad, operators of the upcale Hilton-branded resort announced.
Perhaps during your last jaunt through Trader Joe’s, you noticed a man filling his cart with a surprisingly large number of groceries — and perhaps you even noticed that he was wearing a disguise as he shopped next to you. Maybe you’ve seen his advertisements looking for people who are willing to shop for him, at least until they are banned from Trader Joe’s as well.
Development: It Can Be A Costly, Uphill Battle To Change Status Quo
“The majority of ballot initiatives fail,” Brian Adams, a political science professor at San Diego State University, told attendees at a recent forum on “ballot box planning.”
EDUCATION: Role at Rady School Will Include Work With Accelerators
Serial entrepreneur and former California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner has been named the inaugural entrepreneur-in-residence at the Rady School of Management at the University of California, San Diego.
WORKFORCE: Studies Show Economic Benefits as Well
More and more San Diego companies are discovering that developing a more diverse workforce and establishing a sense of inclusion for workers from a variety of backgrounds isn’t just the right thing to do; it’s good business.
SERVICE: Cos.’ Solutions Save on Cost, Construction
Two San Diego pipe repair and replacement firms — Nu Flow and Bill Howe — have no shortage of business as private companies and public officials strain to modernize an aging infrastructure that some estimate could cost at least $1 billion to fix.
Mission Valley-based BlueHornet Networks has purchased a complementary business to create a new digital marketing company called Mapp Digital LLC.