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.
As the leader of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, Cody Martinez has several things to think about. Economic development is one of them.
It has been a long road from a concept to a piece of silicon, but Naveen Rao seems to have successfully negotiated the turns.
Besting Warren Buffett is a tall order. Under CEO Debra Reed, Sempra did just that.
Rick Sanborn, CEO of Seacoast Commerce Bank, has made a career of turning around struggling banks.
On the heels of the Chargers’ leave-taking, Alibaba billionaire Joe Tsai brought joy to some San Diego sports fans with the announcement that he would be bringing a professional indoor lacrosse team to town.
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.
No longer just a place to shop, Westfield UTC has become a place for people to work, wander and explore with its newest expansion — a $600 million undertaking.
Downtown San Diego’s East Village got a building with a very different perspective with the November completion of the $91 million IDEA1 project that combines office space, apartments and retail space.
Downtown San Diego’s housing market headed for the stratosphere in 2017 with construction of Pacific Gate — dubbed by its developers as the city’s first “super prime” condo complex.
From Contractors to Personnel, Region Reaps $50.1 Million in Impact From Defense Role
Every year, San Diego County brings in more U.S. Defense Department contracts than many states of the union. In 2017, San Diego’s $8.23 billion in defense wins were more than what the states of Washington and New York received individually.
DEFENSE: Role Has Been Expanding, More Civilian Use AlsoExpected
It was one more example of how the U.S. military is using unmanned aircraft to stretch its abilities.
Firm Taps Technology, Research and Vision To Serve Growing and Changing Clientele
Michael Johnson first became a manager at a relatively young age, inheriting oversight of his first team, at Moody’s Investors Service, when he was about 30, then other teams, and later another at Merrill Lynch & Co., in New York.
Dawn Barry is a self-described genomics evangelist. But she’s not preaching to the choir.
Design and Construction Moves to Meet Millennials By Providing Open Space, Amenities And Office Options Rather Than a Set Space
Millennials, those younger workers between the ages of 18 and 34 who are seeking a different kind of workspace, are having a profound effect on the way offices are designed and built in San Diego County and elsewhere. And since millennials constitute a large percentage of the San Diego population, designers and builders are stepping up to accommodate their preferences.
PROPERTY: Alexan Targets Millennials; More Projects on the Way
Downtown San Diego is about to get the first in a series of new apartment towers — Alexan ALX — after a year of little activity
ENERGY: Acquisition of Texas Utility Likely to Depend On Convincing State’s PUC
It wasn’t the sort of regulatory memo the head of a large public company looks forward to discussing on an earnings call. But the timing left Sempra Energy CEO Debra Reed little choice.
RETAIL: They Focus On Customer Service, Create Community Feel
Say you were thinking of buying a new-to-market toy like the Zipes Speed Pipes Performance Pack, a hot item among the under-13 crowd. (The holidays are around the corner, after all.) Sure, this network of pipes that a toy car zips around at breakneck pace looks fun in YouTube videos.
MEDICINE: Use of Centers Expected to Cut Costs
Anthem will no longer pay for outpatient MRIs and CT scans at hospitals, a decision that at least two San Diego hospital systems fear could chip away at care — and their bottom lines.
TECH: Its 5G Efforts, Other Tech Could Put Share Price Near $100
Is Qualcomm Inc. worth $70 per share? That simple question may be the beginning of a long negotiation process. Or it could be the key that determines whether Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) survives in its current form as a San Diego-based corporation.
PROPERTY: Office Space Demand Seen Into 2019
Downtown San Diego is seeing the biggest surge of building renovations in years, driven in part by a shortage of new office space and a demand for more open work spaces and amenities.
TECH: Access Cited In Move as Sector Looks for Right Model
Origin Code Academy, a local participant in the popular yet tumultuous industry of coding boot camps, is moving its curriculum online.