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Pilot Program Puts Zero Emission Buses on Sustainability Route

CARB Goal Is to Have ZEB Fleets Replace Polluting Vehicles By 2040On Oct. 19, 2017, the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Board of Directors unanimously approved an 18-month Zero Emissions Bus (ZEB) pilot program.

Sycuan Appoints New General Manager

According to a press release, Robert Cinelli will hold the general manager post at the Sycuan Casino Resort starting Jan. 1, 2020.

Grants Give Researchers Tools To Tackle Problems

Oceanographers Team Up to Examine Toxic Algae Blooms

Toxic algae blooms. Injuries from nerve damage. Brain disorders- these are problems San Diego researchers hope to better understand.

Company Tastes Success With Dehydrated Bone Broth

RETAIL: Portability Sells; Revenue Expected To Be $10 Million in 2019

According to Global Market Insights Inc., the worldwide bone broth market will be worth more than $2.8 billion by 2024.

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Employee Ownership Seen As Way to Preserve Co. Culture

FINANCE: Eastridge Adopts Plan to Show Confidence in Staff

Eastridge Workforce Solutions, a San Diego-based company that offers recruiting, payroll and other services, began offering its employees stock ownership.

Food Hall in Sorrento Valley Opens

According to a spokesperson, Park Commons features five food places within a flexible 10,000 square feet open floor plan and hopes to effectively service Sorrento Valley's 130,000 daytime population.

Hotel Karlan San Diego to Close

According to WARN filing made with the Employment Development Department, the 174-room Karlan Hotel will be permanently closing on Dec. 31.

Petco Opens Its First Tijuana Store as Part of Joint Venture

RETAIL: Store is 85th In Mexico; Goal Is for 90 Locations in 2019

On Nov. 1, Petco Animal Supplies Inc., the San Diego-based pet specialty retailer, and Petco Mexico, opened the first Petco store in Tijuana.

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Customer Service Kept Store Open For 60 Years

Oceanside Site Sells for $2.5M

The building formerly known as Red & White Market has officially been sold.

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BioMed Builds for Tech, Life Sciences

PROPERTY: New UTC Facility Is Fully Leased

With construction only just beginning, BioMed Realty has fully leased a 204,000 square-foot research and office project that it’s building on Towne Center Drive in UTC.

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Choose Wisely When It Comes to Corporate Structure

STARTUPS: Taxes, Time and Earnings Are All Part of Selection

It’s important to start off on the right foot, and for most startups, that means incorporating.

Giving Chickens Room To Roam Appeals to Chefs And Customers

Pluck Takes Humane Approach To Raising Chickens

From free-range to cage-free to the latest term pasture-raised, there are plenty of poultry production practices a chef and/or restaurant owner can choose from.

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Qualcomm Names New CFO

Qualcomm promoted interim chief financial officer Akash Palkhiwala to the executive role.

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San Diego MTS Launches Zero-Emission Bus Pilot Program

According to a spokesperson, MTS deployed six battery-electric buses and is currently testing on routes 1, 2, 4, 10, 13, 815, 905 and 936, with the goal is for public transit agencies to gradually transition to 100% zero-emission bus fleets by 2040.

Eastridge Workforce Solutions Honors Late Founder’s Vision by Becoming Employee-Owned

Eastridge Workforce Solutions began offering its employees stock ownership in January.

Seismic Poaches Google Exec as New Chief Marketing Officer

Michael Londgren, a former Google Cloud marketing executive, will serve as Seismic's new head of marketing.

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