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Seminar Will Explain and Explore Angel Investing Opportunities

The San Diego Tech Coast Angels is looking for a few good investors.

Conference Will Help Create Links Among Industry, Innovators and Foreign Investors

“Making It in America” is the title of a three and half-day conference aimed at making connections for local innovators with business representatives from China, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

San Diegan Wins Boston Marathon

Meb Keflezighi, who grew up in San Diego and graduated from San Diego High School, won the Boston Marathon today, the first American man to win the prestigious race since 1983.

County Unemployment Rate Is Down Slightly in March

San Diego’s unemployment rate fell slightly to 6.9 percent in March from 7 percent in February, as the region gained 12,700 nonfarm jobs, according to the state’s Employment Development Department.

San Diego Unemployment Rate Is Down Slightly in March

San Diego’s unemployment rate fell slightly to 6.9 percent in March from 7 percent in February, as the region gained 12,700 nonfarm jobs, according to the state’s Employment Development Department.

BofI Expects Good Returns From Purchase of H&R Block Bank

BofI Federal Bank is one of the fastest-growing banks in the nation, increasing nearly $700 million in assets — or 24 percent — last year to bring its total assets to more than $3.5 billion.

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Shawne Merriman Sues Nike, Alleging Trademark Infringement

Sports: Ex-Charger Seeks To Protect Lights Out Brand

Former San Diego Charger linebacker Shawne Merriman filed a lawsuit against Nike Inc., alleging the sports gear and apparel giant infringed on his trademarked Lights Out brand.

Medical Devices Now a Major Piece of Manufacturing Puzzle

Manufacturing: Local Production Helps in Maintaining Quality Control

Once a major producer of planes, aircraft parts and canned tuna, San Diego’s manufacturing base is far different today with a decided high-tech slant.

Olympics Fever Is No Sweat for San Diego

SPORT: Exploratory Group Calmly Makes Case for U.S. Bid

There’s the Final Four, and then there’s the final three.

Opera Changes Tune on State of Its Finances

ARTS: Some Point to Previous Assurances About Fiscal State

Part of the shock that accompanied the announcement last month that the San Diego Opera will cease to exist after the just completed season stems from the public reports the company put out in recent years that painted a rosier picture of its financial condition than it’s describing today.

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