SDBJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Eateries Cement Community Connection Via Product Sales

DINING: Local Goods Get Promoted and, in the End, So Do the Restaurants

For years, restaurants have sold merchandise at their locations as a way to promote their brands.

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South County Economy Has Many Moving Parts

Logistics, Aerospace, Health Care Are Part of Dynamic, Diverse Region

Otay Mesa, the busiest land port in the western hemisphere, is a magnet to business with its thriving warehouse and logistics environment.

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Curriculum Promoting Social Harmony Expands With Gift

EDUCATION: Local Banker’s Big Donation Pays Dividends at School

Since receiving a landmark $100 million gift from philanthropist and La Jolla resident T. Denny Sanford in 2018, San Diego-based National University System has continued to grow its Sanford Harmony program both locally and globally.

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As Times Change, Universities Fine-Tune MBA Programs

Online or in Person? Local Programs Straddle Line

Universities stand conventional thinking on its head. It’s what they do.

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Executive Q & A: Masters In Business

The decision to pursue an MBA is a big one. The San Diego Business Journal recently spoke with three university administrators about master of business administration programs, and how to evaluate the merits of competing MBA programs. Read on for their thoughts:

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Facing a Physical Problem, She Made It Her Business to Tackle It

RETAIL: Co-Founders Create Treatments For UTIs

Jenna Ryan co-founded Uqora with her fiancé in 2017. She had hoped to find a better solution for a common problem, the frequent urinary tract infections that had disrupted her life.

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Find Your Weaknesses Before Any Bad Actors Do

CYBER: Businesses Must Assess the Danger And Their Ability to Deal With It

Thwarting cybercrime starts with risk assessment. One of the most important ways that businesses can protect themselves against cybercrime to is perform a thorough risk assessment, according to cybersecurity experts.

Executive Q & A: James Skeen Jr.

I’m a founding board member of the Cyber Center of Excellence.[The nonprofit organization was created to support the growth of the cyber industry in San Diego, and to promote cybersecurity in the community]. I was made aware of the Citizens Academy.

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Understanding the Cyberthreat

Partnership is Truing to Take the Target Off the Backs of Businesses

The Federal Bureau of Investigation wants San Diego businesses to know about the threats posed by cybercrime, and what they can do to defend against hackers, phishing attacks, malware and other types of online dangers.

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Employers Must Set the Tone for the Workplace

WORKFORCE: Policies And Protocols Must Be Announced, Instituted

New laws alone won’t be enough for substantive change. Companies also have to set a tone from the top for a good workplace.

Executive Q & A: Sarah A. Williams

Employment law is complex. In California, businesses face a legal landscape that is like no other. The San Diego Business Journal consulted with two employment law attorneys to get their views on the challenges faced by employers in the San Diego community. Here are their edited responses.

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Executive Q & A: Rita R. Kanno

Employment law is complex. In California, businesses face a legal landscape that is like no other. The San Diego Business Journal consulted with two employment law attorneys to get their views on the challenges faced by employers in the San Diego community. Here are their edited responses.