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New Restaurant Has The Right Hooks

DINING: Gritty Past, Fun, Social Atmosphere Should Fit in East VillageArchie Moore, Ken Norton and “Cinderella Man” Jimmy Braddock fought there.

Bill Threatens Progress Where Rubber Meets Road

Since vulcanized tires were invented more than a century ago, the common complaint is what happens to a tire once it has served its useful life. Billions of old tires are buried in landfills throughout the world and will languish there for thousands of years because they do not biodegrade.

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Commission Scuttles SDG&E Natural Gas Pipeline Plan

The California Public Utilities Commission on June 21 turned down a proposal from San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to build a $639 million natural gas pipeline from Rainbow Station to Miramar, saying there is no need.

Co. Finds Food Biz, Expansion, and Real Estate Opportunities

FOOD: Tax Credits Help Ajinomoto Set Up Shop in Otay

When Ajinomoto Foods North America Inc., stumbled upon the chance opportunity to set up shop in Otay Mesa, after Tyson Foods decided to sell its San Diego-based Circle Foods plant, those in charge knew they had to jump on the opportunity.

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Teradata Sues SAP

Teradata filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against German software maker SAP, alleging that SAP took trade secrets from Teradata, infringed its copyrights and violated antitrust laws.

Clients Get Leadership, Life’s Stories and Insight

TRAINING: Library of Lessons Comes in SaaS Subscription

Wisdom Capture was launched in 2016 by an unlikely pair.

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EDF Renewables to Help Develop Iowa Wind Project

The project is expected to be completed by early 2020.

Kratos Wraps Up Sale of Security Division

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said on June 11 that it concluded the sale of its Public Safety & Security Division to Securitas Electronic Security Inc., part of Sweden-based Securitas AB.

Investor Group Says Sempra Must Change

An investor group called on Sempra Energy to seat six of its candidates on its board of directors and conduct a thorough review of the company with an eye toward remaking it.

Fisher Phillips Chooses San Diegan as Chief Diversity Officer

The Fisher Phillips law firm has named Regina A. Petty chief diversity officer. Petty is a partner in the firm’s San Diego office.

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Mitchell International Completes Acquisition of Seattle-Based Co.

Mitchell International completes acquisition.

Law School Moving to 701 B Street

Thomas Jefferson School of Law announced it is moving from its location on Island Avenue to 701 B Street.

Shuttle Service Addresses Problems of Congestion, Climate

SERVICE: Company Set To Add Three More Vehicles By Next Month

FRED, the shuttle service that provides free rides around downtown, hasn’t seen any impacts to its ridership since the rise of the “dockless” bikes and e-scooters in the area since earlier this year.

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Pro Back Office Adds Two New Partners

Greg Laiser and Francesca San Diego served as consulting CFOs at the accounting firm.

HMG Hospitality Names VP of Development

San Diego-based HMG Hospitality manages brands such as JW Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, InterContinental Hotels Group, Wyndham Hotel Group, and Radisson Hotels.

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