SDBJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Viasat Has the Markets, Pricing and the Margins for Success

TECH: Company Takes Big Slice of In-Flight Internet Service

Revenue for Viasat Inc., the Carlsbad-based broadband internet service provider and government contractor, has shot up over the past decade like the communications satellites the company designs and launches into orbit.

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Firms Size Up Market and Do What It Takes to Survive

Seven of the top 10 public companies based in San Diego from a decade ago are alive and well and still headquartered locally, raising the question: What gives a company staying power?

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Past VC Funding Likely Indicator of Strong IPO Market in 2019

FINANCE: Shutdown Of Government Slowed Activity Early in Year

Last year’s record amount of venture capital in San Diego life sciences paved the way for recent public offerings, with more likely ahead.

Executive Q & A - Jane Finley

Hospitals are changing with the times, particularly with the introduction of new technologies, as well as a changing funding paradigm. Special Sections Editor Brad Graves, with the help of Health Care Reporter Jared Whitlock, asked several senior hospital executives about the advent of new technologies and approaches — in short, what we might expect from the hospital of the future. Here are their edited responses.

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Executive Q & A - Chris Howard

Hospitals are changing with the times, particularly with the introduction of new technologies, as well as a changing funding paradigm. Special Sections Editor Brad Graves, with the help of Health Care Reporter Jared Whitlock, asked several senior hospital executives about the advent of new technologies and approaches — in short, what we might expect from the hospital of the future. Here are their edited responses.

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Executive Q & A - Andy Crowder

Hospitals are changing with the times, particularly with the introduction of new technologies, as well as a changing funding paradigm. Special Sections Editor Brad Graves, with the help of Health Care Reporter Jared Whitlock, asked several senior hospital executives about the advent of new technologies and approaches — in short, what we might expect from the hospital of the future. Here are their edited responses.

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Executive Q & A - Patty Maysent

Hospitals are changing with the times, particularly with the introduction of new technologies, as well as a changing funding paradigm. Special Sections Editor Brad Graves, with the help of Health Care Reporter Jared Whitlock, asked several senior hospital executives about the advent of new technologies and approaches — in short, what we might expect from the hospital of the future. Here are their edited responses.

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San Diego Is Test Market for Company’s Micro Apartments

PROPERTY: Luxury Offering Short on Space, But Big on Amenities and Style

Tiny apartments — some so small that they’d almost qualify as walk-in closets — are making a go of it in downtown San Diego.

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Special Report: Seeking Approval

Downtown Development May Take a New Turn As Civic San Diego Loses Its Role in the Process

The demise of Civic San Diego as the arbiter of downtown development may slow approval of new projects or may lead to better oversight.

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Small Town Charms May Be Big Selling Point

BUILDING: Project Offers Community Inspiring Amenities And Variety of Home Styles

A new community that is a mini city of sorts is taking shape in eastern Chula Vista’s Otay Ranch with a goal of re-creating the feel of older small towns but with the amenities modern homebuyers want at a price they can afford.

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The Sales Signs: Residential Brokers Find Reason for Optimism, at Least, in Near-Term Prospects

Home sales are picking up in San Diego County following an especially weak market toward the end of 2018 and early 2019, according to several real estate brokers.

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