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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.

Medical Drama Is Unfolding in Tri-City Vote

The most interesting contest in this election, on several levels, is the Tri-City Healthcare District Board of Directors.

Scripps Research Star Makes Appeal For Crowdfunding

Erica Ollmann Saphire of The Scripps Research Institute is the director of the global Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Immunotherapeutic Consortium. The VIC united the research world to provide antibody therapeutics against viruses such as Ebola, which makes Saphire a pretty big deal.

‘Near Sourcing’ Of Manufacturing Has Arrived

Carlos Nunez, chief medical officer of San Diego-based CareFusion, the medical device manufacturer being sold in a $12.2 billion deal, said on Manufacturing Day that all of their U.S. manufacturing facilities pale in comparison to its facilities right across the border, in Tijuana and Mexicali.

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Hub International Gives San Diego Executive Additional National Duties

Mike Barone, president of Intercare Insurance Solutions and HUB's San Diego operations, has been named president of HUB’s National Employee Benefits Practice.

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