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If Chargers Cool On S.D., There’s Always Hockey

Who in San Diego benefits if the Chargers bolt for Los Angeles?

She Breaks First Law of Thermodynamics

Physics Girl is going to be in the spotlight at the U.S. News & World Report STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference at the San Diego Convention Center on June 29-July 1.

Wage Debate May Show Intraparty Fault Lines

The bipartisan logic trotted out in 2010 in favor of Proposition 14 — which created open primaries — was that it would result in more moderate candidates being elected to the state Legislature.

In Digital Age, Disruption Thins the Herd

Has any industry been more quickly and thoroughly disrupted in the digital evolution than photography? (My somewhat rhetorical question was quickly answered in our newsroom with “Journalism;” I should have known better.)

Gonzalez Could Have Big Impact On State Politics

The state Assembly recently passed Lorena Gonzalez’s bill to protect grocery workers from being fired because of changes in ownership. Assembly Bill 359 protects grocery workers in stores of at least 15,000 square feet from being fired during a 90-day ownership transition. It also provides less onerous stipulations for longer term employment.

New Law Will Come as Unpleasant Surprise to Many

The indirect costs of water and the drought will become clearer to San Diego County businesses.

An Infomercial Could Be In Inventor’s Future

Tara Brown of Pacific Beach is an ophthalmologist, wife and mother of two young children, which makes her mornings quite busy.

This Mix of Talent Will Serve Us Well

Lisa Richards and Kathy Koenig, who competed for decades as two of the largest local catering businesses in San Diego, are joining forces. Or shifting forces. Simply put, they are now working together.

D.C. Delegation: Don't be Strangers While on the Job

An observation from the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Congressional Luncheon at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina.

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.

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