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NBC 7 San Diego Leaves Downtown for New and Expanded Facility

NBC 7 San Diego (KNSD) has shifted its operations to its new facility in Kearny Mesa after about 50 years downtown.

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Hal Dunning Promoted to President at Barney & Barney

Hal Dunning has been promoted to the additional role of president at Barney & Barney, a Marsh & McLennan Insurance Agency LLC company, the firm announced on Monday. Dunning maintains his role as chief operating officer, which he has held since 2006.

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Crawford Leaving United Way, Returning to City of Carlsbad

Kevin Crawford is leaving his position as CEO of the United Way of San Diego County to return to the City of Carlsbad as city manager, the city announced Wednesday.

Two Thumbs Up For Innovative New Infrastructure

We need it, maybe we don’t No. 1: The Cross-Border Xpress in Otay Mesa opens Dec. 9.

Users Conserve Water But Will Still Get Soaked

While the term “PR disaster” often is applied to scandals or crisis situations, the most interesting public relations cases are the slowest-moving ones. Sometimes, they play out like the cruise ship heading for the iceberg — there seems like plenty of time to make course corrections, and sometimes a desperate move avoids disaster, but sometimes the obstacles below the surface are too vast to avoid or the captain isn’t up to the challenge of avoiding a collision. But enough about the Chargers.

Executive Pay At Tri-City May Be on the Ballot

The ongoing contract impasse between Tri-City Medical Center and the SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West could lead to a first for San Diego County: A ballot initiative on executive pay.

Searching For a Creative Office Atmosphere

Observations from a recent panel discussion at Bosa Development’s Rethink Downtown exhibit: The topic was rethinking the way we work. Serena Bazzi, art director at tech company Zeeto, talked about how the company’s open office floor plan and numerous perks are designed to create a family feel. You name the perk, and Zeeto probably has it, from free meals to happy hours and even massages and haircuts in the office.

This Chicken Should Soar In Popularity

Talk about a recipe for success: fast casual in a high-traffic, trendy spot with a menu that fills a void in the in the guilty pleasure/comfort food category.That would be The Crack Shack, a walk-up fried chicken and eggs restaurant opening next week in Little Italy. Mike Rosen and chef/partner Richard Blais are opening the restaurant at Juniper Street and Kettner Boulevard. There is no shortage of people willing to indulge in a well-prepared, freshly cooked piece of fried chicken;the Crack Shack will be a huge hit.

Proposing A Virtual Toast To Virtual Galas

Charitable donations have remained at about 2 percent of the U.S. GDP for decades. This presents the nonprofit sector with a classic dilemma — attempts to do something differently to grow overall giving come with a risk of losing share of market.

Did Mansion Have Popcorn Ceilings or What?

You don’t find bargains like this every day. A contemporary mansion perched atop Paint Mountain in Escondido recently shattered the city’s record sale price when it sold for $5.5 million. The previous high sale price in Escondido was $2.8 million. But the Paint Mountain home had been listed for as much as $12.5 million.

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