Brad Sondak

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Recent Stories

Whistleblower Laws Call for Sound, Clearly Defined Policies

LAW: Proliferation of Lawsuits Emphasizes Scope of the Problem

A tidal wave of new lawsuits claiming retaliation against so-called whistleblowers has been hitting business owners in recent years.

Eyes Are the Prize for New Video-based Social Networking Site

TECH: Real-Time Streaming Is Tool to Build A Community of Users

With Facebook about to turn the big 1-0, and the extra-short videos of Instagram and Vine becoming business as usual, technophiles may wonder what’s next in social networking?

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Speculation on Qualcomm Smart Watch is the TOQ of the Town

TECH: Mirasol Display’s Energy-Use and Lighting Well-Suited for the Device

A photo of a wristwatch with a 1.5-inch Mirasol display has technology bloggers abuzz. Mirasol is part of Qualcomm Inc. And those bloggers are speculating that Qualcomm is working on a smart watch.

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Legal Bills Mounting as Qualcomm Litigates Patent Disputes

Like ants on a picnic blanket, legal troubles are creating an unpleasant diversion in a year of moneymaking at Qualcomm Inc.

Bequest Benefits SDSU Gaming Institute

The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation has donated $5.47 million to San Diego State University to establish a center devoted to the study of American Indian gaming.

Firms Turn to Sports to Boost Their Revenues

Corporations know that men ages 25 to 54 are big sports fans and advertising on sporting events is a great way to reach that key demographic. But how much value is it for businesses to attach their name to a stadium or tournament?

Sports Council Returning to Its Roots

The San Diego International Sports Council was formed to attract a National Football League team. Now, the council is trying to help keep the NFL team it attracted some 45 years ago by getting a new football stadium in San Diego.

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