San Diego Business Journal

SDBJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Helping the Community Is Now Good Business

Thankfully, amid the worst financial crisis in decades, many companies throughout the country as well as here in San Diego have found creative and strategic ways to continue and even extend their philanthropy

By Nancy Jamison December 6, 2010 midnight share »

Professional Service Is Key to Effective Volunteer Contributions

As the economy continues to affect our communities and neighborhoods, more companies are considering how their skills, talents, and resources can help.

By Sue Carter Kahl December 6, 2010 midnight share »
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Sharing the Wealth

Businesses in the San Diego region have been hit hard by the recession, but many corporations continue to support the nonprofit organizations that help weave the community’s social safety net.

By Emmet Pierce December 6, 2010 midnight share »

Executives Set the Tone for Generous Philanthropic Giving

When it comes to donating to nonprofits, leading by example is a recurring theme among some of the most generous businesses in San Diego.

By Marty Graham December 6, 2010 midnight share »

Corporate America Is Once Again in a Giving Mood, Study Says

One of the most cheering statistics of the last year is a report by Giving USA Foundation, released in July, that found that charitable giving by about 1 million U.S. businesses is up — at a time when most giving has fallen off and government funding is shrinking.

By Marty Graham December 6, 2010 midnight share »

Professional Profile: Philip E. Graham

Philip E. Graham is the vice president of institutional advancement for Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute.

By Steve Adamek December 6, 2010 midnight share »
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Waiting for Takeoff

San Diego International Airport is in the midst of extensive renovations to boost commercial air traffic, with a $1 billion expansion expected to be completed in 2013.

By Lou Hirsh November 29, 2010 midnight share »
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New Airline Could Begin Flying In March at McClellan-Palomar

A new regional airline is about to take flight from the 51-year-old, 480-acre-plus McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, while residential neighbors and the airport continue their squabble over noise and what can be done to reduce it.

November 29, 2010 midnight share »

Extension of McClellan-Palomar Runway Still Far on the Horizon

San Diego International Airport may be getting the lion’s share of media attention with its $1 billion “Green Build” expansion project, but don’t overlook the activities under way at Carlsbad’s McClellan-Palomar Airport.

November 29, 2010 midnight share »

Professional Profile: Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson is an attorney and senior partner at Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley LLP. Robinson was appointed to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority board by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger earlier this year.

November 29, 2010 midnight share »
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Companies Must Consider the Highs and Lows of Naming Rights

For many companies, the issue of what’s in a name takes a back seat to the matter of where its name is posted for all to see.

By Lou Hirsh November 22, 2010 midnight share »
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Changes Have Made the Office a Work (Space) in Progress

The long-coveted corner office is dead.

November 22, 2010 midnight share »