San Diego Business Journal

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Tenant Improvement Market Continues to Be a Challenge

BUILDING: Top Companies Keep Building on Reputation

The 13 companies on the San Diego Business Journal’s 2012 Tenant Improvement list generated just under $324 million in projects in 2011, a 10.3 percent decline from revenues in 2010.

Home-Grown Law Firm Rises to No. 1 Spot on 2012 List

For the first time in the last five years, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP is No. 1 on the San Diego Business Journal’s list of Law Firms.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Property/Casualty Insurance Agencies, Brokerages List at a Glance

There has been a fair amount of movement among the 20 companies participating in this year’s San Diego Business Journal’s Property/Casualty Insurance Agencies, Brokerages list. Formerly No. 2, Barney & Barney LLC rose to the number one spot in 2012, reporting 155 local full-time employees.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Private Companies Are Diverse Resources for Revenue, Talent

ECONOMY: Top 50 Cover 10 Sectors, Bring In Billions of Dollars

The 50 companies on the San Diego Business Journal’s 2012 Largest Private Companies list generated an impressive $6.3 billion in revenue for 2011 and reported companywide employees of 27,674.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Regional Report

News and notes from communities around San Diego County

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Not Your Older Brother’s Website

WEB DESIGN: Digitaria Builds Websites With A View to Innovation

Where will Web design and development take the world in the next 20 years?

Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Higher Education, Training Make a World of Difference in Workplace

SCHOOLS: Public and Private Institutions Provide Avenues of Opportunity

A post-secondary education by American workers is increasingly the clearest pathway to the middle and upper classes. The day when people could leave high school and provide for their families by working in a local industry is fast disappearing from the American landscape.

Real Estate Roundup: Dialysis Firm Signs 64-Month Lease in Chula Vista

Cassidy Turley San Diego announced that Innovative Dialysis Systems of La Jolla LLC has signed a 64-month lease for medical/office space at Eastlake Professional Center in Chula Vista.

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Real Estate Roundup: Balfour Beatty, HMC Architects Earn National DBIA Award

The J. Paul Leonard Library and Sutro Library at San Francisco State University received an Honor Award in the Rehabilitation/Renovation/Restoration category from the Design Build Institute of America

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Real Estate Roudup: New Ownership at Ocean Ranch Plaza

Kearny Real Estate Co. and Cushman & Wakefield of San Diego announce the acquisition of the 106,000-square-foot Ocean Ranch Plaza located in Oceanside.

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Real Estate Roudup: Construction Begins On Scripps Encinitas Expansion

Construction workers set and anchored the first structural steel column recently for the Critical Care Building at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas.

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Real Estate Roudup: Property Purchased for The San Diego Reader

The San Diego office of Colliers International announces that the Holman Family Trust, owner of the San Diego Reader, has purchased the Art Union Building

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Real Estate Roundup: The Saywitz Co. Closes A $2.5 Million Lease

he San Diego office of The Saywitz Co. recently negotiated a lease renewal and expansion for Brokerage and Logistics Solutions

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Agencies Compete to Connect Customers to Companies

ADVERTISING: Ad Firms Get Creative to Do the Job In New Media Environment

San Diego’s climate and attitude is as far removed from New York City as one can get, but not so when it comes to the quality and creative breadth of the local advertising community represented on the 2012 San Diego Business Journal Advertising Agencies list.

Technology Integration Group Expands With Oregon Buy

Technology Integration Group announced that it has completed the acquisition of Internet protocol communications systems integrator Obsidian Technologies.

Technology Solutions Providers Meet the Challenges of Constant Change

TECHNOLOGY: The Economic Downturn Creates More Obstacles

Few industries have changed as dramatically during the past 30 years as much as technology.

TIG Buys Obsidian Technologies

Technology Integration Group announced that it has completed the acquisition of Internet protocol communications systems integrator Obsidian Technologies.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Wealth Management Firms Put Moneymaking Tactics to the Test

Finance: Variety of Firms Vie for Personal, Institutional Accounts

The 2012 San Diego Business Journal list of Wealth Management Firms includes different types of companies who are in the broadly defined category of wealth management.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Women-Owned Businesses Are a Half Billion Dollar Force

ENTERPRISE: Firms Grow 2.8 Percent in 2011 And Support 3,200 Jobs

If one of the goals for women who choose to start their own business is to live to see the day when there is a woman-owned business across all sectors of our economy, then that day is here.

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Real Estate Roundup

Projects, developments and other activity in cities in and around San Diego County

Knowledge Is Staying Power in Property Management Field

REAL ESTATE: Firms’ Reputations and Results Are Their Calling Cards

Residential property management is a complex and wide-ranging occupation.

Environmental Firms Seek Balance Between Progress, Preservation

ENGINEERING: Encinitas’ Dudek Ranks No. 1 on Business Journal’s List

Urbanization is affecting the abundance and balance of the Earth’s fragile ecosystems

Overcoming Obstacles Part of Engineering

DEVELOPMENT: Firms Deal With Economy and Diverse Challenges of Jobs

The 36 firms on the San Diego Business Journal’s Engineering Firms list embody the history and the future of San Diego County.

It’s Party Time Again For Local Caterers

HOSPITALITY: Top-Ranked Firms on List See Business Rise

The Great Recession has been hard on local caterers, but there are signs of life, according to the principal owner of the top-ranked company on the San Diego Business Journal’s list of Independent Caterers.

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Software Companies Offer Array of Applications

TECHNOLOGY: The List Participants Experience Increases in Staff, Revenues

The San Diego Business Journal’s list of Software Companies is an eclectic group.

SD County Hospitals Expand Facilities, Innovate

HEALTH CARE: Kaiser, VA Partner on Electronic Medical Records Efforts

Innovation and expansion are common themes among the San Diego Business Journal’s list of 21 local hospitals.

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