Opioid Crisis Has Cos. Looking to Develop Safer Treatments
Some San Diego pharma and biotechs are rushing to market with alternatives to opioids, dependence on which mushroomed into a national health epidemic.
As the economy reaches new highs, demand for higher education is climbing at San Diego’s major universities.
Pilot Programs Offering Job-Focused 4-Year Degrees at Junior Colleges Could Come to an End
Come May, as the first graduates of a California demonstration project receive four-year degrees from an otherwise two-year college, there’s a good chance state lawmakers will be deciding how many students should have the same opportunity.
Change in accounting rules brings about a new business to facilitate compliance.
The Event: Tuesday, Jan. 9, 7 to 10 a.m., Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Local economist Lynn Reaser of Point Loma Nazarene University will deliver a local economic forecast, and a panel of five experts will discuss what to expect in their respective sectors. The panel offers a preview of their talking points here.
ECONOMY: Affordable Housing Problem Still Drag on Growth
Local economists say the year ahead looks strong for San Diego County, with expansion on par with the moderate growth seen in 2017.
Callaway Golf Co. seems to be hitting its stride after five years of Chip Brewer as CEO.
The lucky necktie must have done the trick. That and a whole lot of homework.
Tocagen brought on Martin “Marty” Duvall as CEO more than a year ago to commercialize its anti-cancer therapies. In 2017, the company marked several milestones on that front.
Robert Hemker, long an architect of Palomar Health District’s financial plans, retired in November.
Mike Krenn spent 2017 preaching the gospel of San Diego startups in town — and out.