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Asking the Right Questions On New Stadium

For those who patiently hold out hope for a new multi-use stadium that could host 30-plus events a year, look no farther than Solana Beach.

Boardroom Bows Out From Its Helping Role

Grace Decker has put the word out: The Boardroom San Diego is closing down. The final session is Jan. 27.

The Local Rumor Mill Is Working OT

The New Year arrives but three rumors refuse to be left behind. Qualcomm is planning its exit strategy:

San Diego Can’t Afford to Lose The Millennials

San Diego is a fascinating market to watch the impact of millennials play out.

The Economic Forecast Is for Mostly…?

The great Yogi Berra once lamented, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.”

Concrete Plans For Courthouse Are Taking Shape

That big hole in the ground in downtown is about to start filling up.

Law Firm’s First Incubator Class Judged a Success

The startup/incubator note of the week focuses on Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP. That’s right, a law firm.

Employee Retention May Need Attention

Where are your A Players going?

And Now For The Top Story: Us

“Women Who Mean Business” is one of SDBJ’s biggest and most impactful events of the year, and we do A LOT of events.

Recovery’s Story Varies By Whose Books You Look At

National University System Institute for Policy Research projects that San Diego County’s GDP will increase by 4.3 percent in 2014 to an all-time high of $206.4 billion.

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