Attorney Elected President of San Diego Bankruptcy Forum

Maggie Schroedter, business litigation and bankruptcy attorney at Higgs Fletcher & Mack, was elected 2018 president of the San Diego Bankruptcy Forum.

UCSD, National University to Benefit From La Jolla Philanthropist's $30M Gift

Sanford’s charitable giving and contributions, which typically are tailored to improve health care and benefit children’s causes, exceed $1 billion.

CUSTOM CONTENT: Increased Investments from China Create Unique Growth Opportunities for US Companies

Custom Content from the San Diego Business Journal

For companies in the United States, there’s never been a better time to attract investors from China and expand market share in Asia.

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Cafe Rio Opens Loma Square Restaurant

New restaurant is the company's 20th California location

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Peruvian Restaurant Comes to Carlsbad

The city is Pisco Rotisserie & Cevicheria's second location.

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Better Buzz Coffee Opens In Hillcrest

New Location Is Corporate Headquarters

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Making a Business Case for Diverse Leadership

With recent events sparking national discussion about gender inequities in the workforce, businesses face an even greater urgency to identify solutions that are inclusive. That means creating a workplace culture that values leadership through collaboration and one that supports the unique individual leadership styles men and women bring to any organization.

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Haskell & White Audit Manager Added to CSU San Marcos Foundation Board

Thomas Kenaya has more than 10 years of professional experience with both CPA firms and private industry.

University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Names New President

Dr. Divina Grossman, who has more than 30 years of experience in higher education, is the new president of the University of St. Augustine for Health Services.

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Applications to 4-Year Universities Rise

As the economy reaches new highs, demand for higher education is climbing at San Diego’s major universities.

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Discontinuing Education?

Pilot Programs Offering Job-Focused 4-Year Degrees at Junior Colleges Could Come to an End

Come May, as the first graduates of a California demonstration project receive four-year degrees from an otherwise two-year college, there’s a good chance state lawmakers will be deciding how many students should have the same opportunity.

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Parking Biz Exec Stays Out of Tough Spots

SERVICE: Adapting to Change, Eye for Expansion Drive Success

Keith Jones knows the lay of the land, and he looks like he knows it.

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Acquisition Shows the Twists, Unexpected Turns of Process

DEAL: AAV’s Decision to Exit Was Just One Part of the Sale

Announcement of acquisitions rarely hint at the machinations that sometimes occur behind the scenes of such business deals.

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Grants Give Crucial Legal Access to Community Members

The San Diego County Bar Foundation (SDCBF) awarded a total of $105,000 to 14 San Diego nonprofit organizations as part of its 2017 grant cycle.

Two S.D. Tech and Software Services Cos. Merge

Solekai Systems merges with Fairway Technologies to expand technical services.