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Local Lenders Making More – But Smaller – SBA Loans in 2014

Although San Diego lenders are generally making more loans backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration, loan amounts have declined for most of this fiscal year, according to the latest report from the SBA’s San Diego district office.

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Co. Sees Need to View the Digital World Through a New Lens

Optical: It Precisely Incorporates Close-Up And Distance Vision

There’s a new affliction out there, the product of so many people constantly checking their smartphones and other digital devices.

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Co. Sees Need to View the Digital World Through a New Lens

Optical: It Precisely Incorporates Close-Up And Distance Vision

There’s a new affliction out there, the product of so many people constantly checking their smartphones and other digital devices.

Firm’s Data in Demand With Big Financial Cos.

FINANCE: BrightScope’s Growth in Revenue, Clients Leads To Increase in Hiring

BrightScope, a San Diego startup that began rating company 401(k) plans, is still rating those plans and financial advisers, but it is now making more money from all the data it’s collected, and signing up bigger clients.

All Jobs at Former Nokia S.D. Office to Be Cut

Tech: Microsoft Expects To Eliminate All Local Positions by mid-September

Microsoft Corp. plans to permanently eliminate all 378 positions at the former Nokia office in Rancho Bernardo before this fall as part of the company’s announced global restructuring affecting 18,000 workers.

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Recovery In Their Sites

Economy: Construction Jobs Rise as Projects Get Going

Work at Kaiser Permanente’s new hospital in Kearny Mesa is going smoothly — so well that the expected completion of the $900 million project was moved up several months to March 2016. And that progress is reflected in the construction employment levels on the site.

Boston Marathon Winner Named VP of Running for Competitor Group

Competitor Group Inc., the San Diego based media and event business that organizes the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series, said it named Meb Keflezighi as the first vice president of running.

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DJO Global Reports Q2 Results

DJO Global Inc., the Vista-based maker of orthopedic devices, reporter second quarter net sales of $313.9 million, up 6.5 percent from the like quarter of 2013.

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Qualcomm to Invest Up to $150 Million in Chinese Startups

Qualcomm Inc., which just reported net earnings of $2.24 billion for its third quarter July 23, said it will invest up to $150 million in Chinese startup companies across all stages.

San Diego Private Bank Reports Q2 Results

San Diego Private Bank reported second quarter net income of $594,000, up from $253,000 for the like quarter of 2013 when the results were affected by the bank’s merger with Coronado First Bank.

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