MBA Schools Offer Specialty Degrees To Meet Evolving Business Demands
The MBA, first introduced in 1908, remains the go-to degree for successfully advancing through the ranks into the corporate suite.
Manufacturing accounts for 10 percent of the region’s overall economy, according to the results of a recent survey issued by National University System Institute for Policy Research.
TRIP, a national transportation research group in Washington, D.C., releases a report about California’s horrible road conditions, and San Diego is among the counties included in the survey.
San Diego is in the spotlight, making a lot of interesting lists these days … Consumer rating website betterdoctor.com ranks our region No. 25 based on the ratio of primary care doctors to the population. Greenville, S.C., tops that list with a doc for every 377 residents.
Senate Bill 1138, targeting the deliberate mislabeling of seafood, is one recent piece of lawmaking that could impact the local fishing industry, not to mention anyone involved in the food delivery chain.
There’s a plethora of interesting news flowing out of San Diego’s very active entrepreneurial community in recent weeks ... First up, La Jolla venture capital firm Avalon Ventures was one of the big winners when portfolio company Otonomy Inc., a late-stage life science company developing sustained-exposure treatments for ear diseases, raised $100 million in an IPO offering on Wall Street Aug. 12.
LAW: Proliferation of Lawsuits Emphasizes Scope of the Problem
A tidal wave of new lawsuits claiming retaliation against so-called whistleblowers has been hitting business owners in recent years.
Here’s another information technology success story with that unique San Diego twist. Friends who grew up with Kyle Slager in Ohio have two reasons to be jealous of the Buckeye native.
Sadly, the news media is reporting the end of an era that has an impact on San Diego. Sony Electronics is closing its E-reader business which was orchestrated from its North American headquarters in Rancho Bernardo.
La Jolla-based venture capital firm Correlation Ventures added eight new startup companies to its portfolio during the second quarter, Managing Director David Coats said. The investments included PowerVision, Soldsie, Splice Machine, SynthoRX and VigLink, plus three smaller seed deals.