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Regulations Hit Region Where It Hurts: Housing

Dr. Lynn Reaser and the Fermanian Business & Economic Institute at Point Loma Nazarene University this week will release their landmark study on the impact of local regulations on the cost of housing. This is noteworthy for two reasons.

Water Program Aims to Create a Reservoir of Talent

We have been hearing about California’s drought for years.

Admiration Is High for These Low-Profile Execs

That large photo to the left captured a special moment at our CFO of the Year Awards. It’s also a great example of why the CFO event is one of our favorites.

Seeing the Business World Through Millennial Eyes

Millennial perspectives (MP), knee-jerk boomer reactions (KJBR) and contemplations from the 6 Degrees networking event “Millennials in 2015: How they’ll lead San Diego”:

Selling Stadium Seat Licenses Takes Team Effort

San Diego State University sports business professor Jim Lackritz on Page 47 floats an interesting approach to selling private seat licenses (PSLs) to help fund a new football stadium.

For Their Primary, The Romneys Vote Utah, Not La Jolla

Our package on Wealthiest San Diegans, which begins on Page 10, does not include part-time residents who own estates in and spend considerable time in La Jolla, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe and other areas.

Midtier May Be Finding the Recovery Elusive

February was the third consecutive month in which corporations nationally laid off more workers than the year before. The most impacted sector is energy.

Paper Chase: 3 Buyers Said to Be Vying for U-T

Respected newspaper analyst Ken Doctor has identified three “final” bidders for the U-T San Diego.

Pension Numbers Could Play a Part In Stadium Outcome

Among the frustrations expressed by the San Diego Chargers in the football team’s bid for a new multi-use stadium is that they have been going at this without results for 14 years.

Here Come Comic Books And Ninja Turtles

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IDW Publishing is relocating from Pacific Beach to the NTC Arts & Culture District in historic Liberty Station. IDW publishes comic books and graphic novels, but it’s no little Comic Center of Pasadena.

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