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Bay Area Nonprofit Leader Named CEO of Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego

The Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego has appointed a former nonprofit leader from the Bay Area to be its new president and CEO, filling a position that had been staffed on an interim basis for more than two years.

By John Cox March 29, 2017 6 a.m. share »

Sempra's Mexican Subsidiary Signs Contract For Solar Plant

Sempra Energy’s Mexican subsidiary has signed a 20-year contract to finance, build, operate and maintain a 110-megawatt photovoltaic solar plant that would supply a privately owned steelmaker.

By John Cox March 28, 2017 12:05 p.m. share »

Crunching the Numbers

While it’s generally good news any time San Diego County’s official unemployment rate declines, as happened in February, the bigger picture tends to be more nuanced.

By John Cox March 27, 2017 2:04 p.m. share »
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Two Veteran Businessmen Join Scripps Health Board

Two local businessmen, each with more than 30 years of professional experience, recently joined Scripps Health’s board of trustees.

By John Cox March 27, 2017 1:44 p.m. share »

Loan Will Help Tri-City Make Key Changes

Tri-City Healthcare District has secured its first long-term financing package in more than a quarter-century, an $85.8 million, federally backed mortgage loan its leaders expect will allow it to begin initial phases of a hospital redesign and state-required seismic retrofits.

By John Cox March 26, 2017 1:07 p.m. share »

February Rebound Reduces Local Unemployment to 4.2%

San Diego County’s economy shook off post-holiday doldrums in February and posted what is, by one measure, its second-best showing in years, reducing local unemployment by 30 basis points, month-over- month, to a seasonally unadjusted 4.2 percent.

By John Cox March 26, 2017 1:03 p.m. share »

Loan Will Help Tri-City Make Some Key Changes

Tri-City Healthcare District has secured its first long-term financing package in more than a quarter-century, an $85.8 million, federally backed mortgage loan its leaders expect will allow it to begin initial phases of a hospital redesign and state-required seismic retrofits.

By John Cox March 24, 2017 3:01 p.m. share »

Loan Enables Tri-City To Make Key Changes

Tri-City Healthcare District has secured its first long-term financing package in more than a quarter-century, an $85.8 million, federally backed mortgage loan its leaders expect will allow it to begin initial phases of a hospital redesign and state-required seismic retrofits.

By John Cox March 23, 2017 1:33 p.m. share »

S.D. Pending Home Sales Reportedly Declined 5.1 Percent

Pending home sales in San Diego County fell last month by 5.1 percent, as compared with a year earlier, as concerns mounted that California as a whole has too few units for sale, while those that are available are increasingly unaffordable.

By John Cox March 23, 2017 1:28 p.m. share »
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Co. Aims to Advance Inventory Control

His CEO card gives pencil-fanatic Floyd Miller exclusive, unlimited access to his company’s office supply cabinet. But it’s useless on the vending machinelike dispensers in the downstairs training room he calls “The Museum.”

By John Cox March 23, 2017 1:08 p.m. share »

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