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ID Analytics, a consumer risk management firm, announced the appointment of Eric Lindeen as the vice president of marketing, reporting directly to the CEO Scott Carter.
A 400-room luxury InterContinental Hotel is planned for the southeast portion of the former Lane Field ballpark site in downtown San Diego, where construction is well underway to the north on a dual-branded Marriott hotel.
National accounting and consulting firm BDO USA LLP will acquire Carlsbad-based CEA LLP next month, expanding BDO’s staff to about 90 and making it the fifth-largest accounting firm in the county, the companies announced.
New York-based Rouse Properties Inc. announced that it has completed the acquisition of Westfield Carlsbad mall for $170 million, confirming a prior Westfield Inc. notification to the city that the property will change hands.
On Oct. 30, Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic candidate for president, tweeted: “We need to end private prisons. Protecting public safety...should never be outsourced or left to unaccountable corporations.” While Clinton’s call to end mass incarceration, including prison time for minor drug offenses which disproportionately affects African-Americans, was clearly a political move to shore up her support among minority voters, her campaign promise was right on point.
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ECONOMY: Despite Need For Coordination, It’s Often Not a Priority
San Diego employers, schools and job training programs need to step up their collective efforts to better prepare the local workforce for careers in the region’s top sectors, including manufacturing, life sciences, technology, health care and clean energy, according to a recent report from San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP).
DINING: Acquiring 8 Locations May Ease Challenges of Expansion
Carlsbad-based Rubio’s Restaurants Inc. will soon open the first East Coast locations in its 32-year history, with the company set to acquire and rebrand eight Florida locations of Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, currently owned by Ruby Tuesday Inc.
The California Western School of Law’s efforts to provide free legal advice to low-income clients have been awarded a $5,000 grant from the American College of Bankruptcy.
Eight companies have submitted bids for 24 of the 25 San Diego County locations being shut down by Haggen Inc., according to filings in the grocer’s bankruptcy case.
Nearly two-thirds of registered nurses over 54 are now considering retirement, according to AMN Healthcare and its Center for the Advancement of Healthcare Professionals.
Encore Capital Group, the largest buyer of defaulted credit card debt, said third-quarter revenues were up 5 percent to $288 million, but the company recorded a net loss of $11 million stemming from its $52 million settlement in September with federal regulators for allegedly deceptive tactics.
Flippin’ Pizza has appointed restaurant industry veteran Peter Tremblay as its new CEO, the San Diego-based operator of fast-casual pizza restaurants announced.
WELLNESS: Social Dieting Gains Traction And Some HR Critics
After weighing in at 222 pounds last year, Encinitas resident Simon Menkes realized he had to get thinner. He was beginning to suffer from health issues related to his obesity.
Trese Moser has been named general manager of the convention center at Town and Country Resort & Convention Center in Mission Valley, which will soon embark on a previously announced $80 million renovation.