SB 1 Essential to More Than Just Fixing Roads

Every city and county in California is getting an injection of funding to fix potholes, repair sidewalks, and invest in public transportation, thanks to a new law — Senate Bill 1 (SB 1).

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In a Job Seeker’s Market, Companies Turn to Search Firms

Need workers? Finding them could be tough.

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Pho Cao Dao & Grill Opening in Poway

Founded in 2001 by the Huynh family, Pho Ca Dao already has restaurants in Mira Mesa, East County, Rancho Bernardo and Santee.

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Cubic Secures L.A. County Mass-Transit Agency Contract

The deal is to deliver an integrated mobile app for Los Angeles Metro's fare payment system.

Blue Bridge Hospitality Opens New Eatery in Coronado

The name of the restaurant, West Pac Noodle Bar, refers to a Navy phrase used to signify deployment from San Diego to the Western Pacific.

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UC San Diego To Offer a Master’s in Accountancy

Students will be able to complete the MPAc program in a minimum of nine months.

Costly Budget Cuts Could Leave Justice Short-Changed

The San Diego County Bar Association (SDCBA) has released a report on funding issues limiting access to justice in San Diego County. The expanded update, in part, is the next iteration of the association’s annual report on the State of the Judiciary in San Diego County.

Procopio Ushers in Leadership Changes in New Year

John D. Alessio became the firm’s managing partner Jan. 1.

Jack Aims for Less Capital-Intensive Business

DINING: Sale of Qdoba to Focus Co. And Increase Value

With the sale of its Qdoba fast-casual Mexican food chain to Apollo Global Management LLC now underway, Jack in the Box Inc. has set Jan. 9 as the date to deliver its financial outlook for 2018.

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Jack in the Box Courts Cannabis Crowd With ‘Merry Munchie Meal’

With the legalization of recreational marijuana in California, the company announced that the “munchie” meal will be available for a limited time.

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Salk Scientist Placed on Leave from Top Journal Amidst Gender Discrimination Lawsuits

Inder Verma will take leave from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Jan. 1 until the employment-related lawsuits are resolved, according to the Union-Tribune.

2017 Newsmakers: Sempra Leader So Far Plays Right Cards in Texas

2017 Newsmakers

Besting Warren Buffett is a tall order. Under CEO Debra Reed, Sempra did just that.

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2017 Newsmakers: UCSD Intellectual Assets Continue to Pay Off

UC San Diego had a banner 2017, with prestigious prizes going to its faculty and major donations coming in to bolster the university’s already formidable academic offerings.

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Nobel Laureate to Retire From Salk Institute

Pioneering molecular biologist, Elizabeth Blackburn was named Salk’s president in November 2015.

Rancho Bernardo Raddison Hotel Sold

The 178-room Radisson Hotel in Rancho Bernardo has been sold for an undisclosed price.

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