Agencies Compete to Connect Customers to Companies

ADVERTISING: Ad Firms Get Creative to Do the Job In New Media Environment

San Diego’s climate and attitude is as far removed from New York City as one can get, but not so when it comes to the quality and creative breadth of the local advertising community represented on the 2012 San Diego Business Journal Advertising Agencies list.

Executive Profile: Ric Militi

InnoVision was created to fill an open position that presented itself in the market.

Down the Dark Alleys of Data

TECHNOLOGY: Experts Give Firms Self-Defense Tips for Network Safety

Seated behind his desk in his office overlooking Sorrento Mesa, Jim Matteo ponders a paradox: Can a computer network ever be completely secure?

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Cyber Security ‘Rides Shotgun’ On PCs, Networks and Nations

TECHNOLOGY: Range Of Threats Requires Evolving Defenses

Cyber threats come in all sizes, from the personal to the national.

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Technology Solutions Providers Meet the Challenges of Constant Change

TECHNOLOGY: The Economic Downturn Creates More Obstacles

Few industries have changed as dramatically during the past 30 years as much as technology.

Executive Profile: Joe Alfrey

Joe Alfrey was a co-founder of redIT, and currently serves as managing director and chief financial officer.

There is Someplace Like Home

REAL ESTATE: Firm’s New Office Space Blends The Best of Both Worlds

Leaders of the San Diego commercial brokerage firm Hughes Marino Inc. say they have no regrets about their corporate home improvement project that went way over its original intended budget.

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Executive Profile: Linda Thomas-Mobley

Linda Thomas-Mobley, JD, Ph.D., is the chair of the Construction Management Department at the NewSchool of Architecture and Design in San Diego.

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Key To Survival

HEALTH CARE: Medical Center’s Vital Role Should Save it From Budget Cuts

Though military health care services are one of the larger targets of defense spending cuts, local leaders hold out hope that Naval Medical Center San Diego will be spared severe financial hits.

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Smooth Transition Is a Must For Replacement Hospital

HEALTH CARE: Camp Pendleton Contract Is Valued at $451 Million

Construction projects are a rare find in San Diego these days and even scarcer is a military building project the size of the 500,000-square-foot Naval Replacement Hospital Project under way at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

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Military and Civilian Hospitals Collaborate to Improve Care

HEALTH CARE: Reciprocal Training of Doctors Has Long History in San Diego

Although it may come as a surprise to some patients, it’s not too unusual to see service members providing medical care at Scripps Health, UC San Diego Medical Center or Sharp HealthCare.

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Securities Guard

FINANCES: Investigation Is Key to Finding the Right Financial Adviser

The field of investment advisory and planning is fraught with minefields but there are ways of avoiding mistakes and finding the best adviser that fits your needs, say experienced, local advisers.

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