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RF Industries' President Johnny Walker Gets CEO Title

RF Industries Ltd. said its president, Johnny Carl Walker, will now also serve as the company's chief executive officer.

San Diego Private Bank Posts Q4 Net Income of $734,000

San Diego Private Bank reported 2014 fourth-quarter net income of $734,000, compared to net income of $2 million for the like quarter of 2013.

Tony Karklins Named General Manager of BST Bikes

BST Nano Carbon, a Rancho Bernardo manufacturer that uses advanced composite materials, named Tony Karklins general manager of BST Bikes LLC, the company’s cycling division.

Vibra Bank Reports Q4 Net Income of $600,000

Chula Vista-based Vibra Bank reported 2014 fourth-quarter net income of $600,000, compared to $44,000 for the like quarter of 2013.

Royal Bank Acquires City National Bank for $5.4 Billion

City National Bank, based in Los Angeles and with seven offices in San Diego, said it signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Royal Bank of Canada in a stock and cash deal valued at $5.4 billion.

December Unemployment Rate Dips to 5.2 Percent

San Diego’s unemployment rate fell to 5.2 percent in December from a revised 5.8 percent in November, buoyed by an increase in seasonal hiring in the retail sector.

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Golf Tournament Gives San Diego a Shot at More Tourist Dollars

SPORTS: Broadcast Shows Some of the Area’s Inviting Charms

Next week’s Farmers Insurance Open Tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course, featuring two of the sport’s best players, Tiger Woods and local resident Phil Mickelson, should draw well over 40 million viewers to the CBS broadcast over the final two days, said Peter Ripa, the tournament director and executive director of the Century Club, the nonprofit sponsor for the event.

President Paints Tax Target On Big Banks, Financial Firms

Among the new proposals touted last week by President Obama to boost the nation’s middle class were free tuition for community colleges, expanding paid sick leave, and giving working families tax breaks.

Tax Credits Keep Companies in State

FINANCE: It Pays to Stay For 8 Local Businesses

Looking to expand but not thrilled with the business climate in California, Santee-based Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc. was considering relocating to another state a few years ago.

Seasonal Hiring Drops Unemployment Rate to 5.2 Percent in December

San Diego’s unemployment rate fell to 5.2 percent in December from a revised 5.8 percent in November, buoyed by an increase in seasonal hiring in the retail sector.

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