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Some of the business events scheduled for the county for the week of Aug. 11, 2014.
The San Diego Padres named A.J. Preller as the team’s new executive vice president and general manager, replacing Josh Byrnes, who was fired in June.
San Diego-based Jack in the Box Inc. reported net income of $24.7 million for its fiscal third quarter ended July 6, compared with a net loss of $5.6 million for the like quarter of 2013.
A state appeals court has ruled against the funding mechanism for a planned $520 million expansion of San Diego Convention Center, saying a proposed tax on hotel room bills is unconstitutional because it was not approved by voters.
San Diego Convention Center officials have hired Cleveland-based The Superlative Group to provide consulting work in relation to potential naming-rights and sponsorship programs at the center.
GAMING: Local Tribe Gets into Online Poker As Brick-and-Mortar Casino Operators Wait and See
Online poker is coming to California eventually; at least, that’s the opinion among many leaders at the area’s American Indian casinos. And for one San Diego County tribe, the future is coming fast.
Protests lead to airline severing ties.
Martha Gilmer, a longtime executive and creative leader with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, has been named CEO of the San Diego Symphony.
San Diego-based Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp.’s board of directors has appointed John Morberg as its CEO effective immediately.
SeaPort Airlines Inc. plans to begin new nonstop flights between San Diego International and Burbank Bob Hope Airport on Oct. 1.
Competitor Group Inc., the San Diego based media and event business that organizes the Rock ‘n Roll Marathon Series, said it named Meb Keflezighi as the first vice president of running.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of July 28, 2014.
With the 45th annual Comic-Con International now underway, the area around San Diego Convention Center has again assumed its role as a global Billboard Central for the major film studios, TV networks and video-game makers touting their wares this year.
Animal-rights group PETA and the parent of SeaWorld San Diego are again squaring off over a controversial advertisement at San Diego International Airport, this one timed to coincide with the start of Comic-Con International.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of July 21, 2014.