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St. Paul’s Nets Big Donation

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St. Paul’s Senior Services has received a $500,000 donation from Community Congregational Development Corp (CDCC) that will help fund renovations to St. Paul’s Manor, an independent living community in Banker’s Hill.

Black Tie Gala Nets $1M for Father Joe’s

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Father Joe’s Villages’ signature black-tie event raised more than $1 million last week, a first for the annual gala, which benefits critical programs and services for children and families experiencing homelessness in San Diego.

Every Day is Earth Day

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This last issue of April wraps up the Business Journal’s special coverage of local companies decreasing their carbon footprints and increasing their sustainability efforts.

Big Names Opting for SDCP

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A number of high-profile local companies with a shared concern for the environment have inked partnerships with San Diego Community Power (SDCP), a new, not-for-profit ‘community choice’ energy provider.

St. Paul’s Launches $17M Capital Campaign

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St. Paul’s Senior Services is in the midst of a $17 million capital campaign to fund extensive renovations to St. Paul’s Manor, the independent living community in Bankers Hill that has supported area seniors of modest means for over 60 years.

Rubio Joins Scripps Research Board

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Entrepreneur and philanthropist Jennifer Rubio has been named to the board of directors at Scripps Research.

‘Net Zero’ Energy Target Debuts in Vista

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Target has unveiled its first-ever ‘net zero’ energy store – and its located right here in North County.

SD IoT Firm Shines at SXSW

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Wiliot, the San Diego-based IoT pioneer enabling trillions of everyday “things” to gain intelligence and cloud communicate, has been recognized at the 2022 SXSW event as an Innovation Awards finalist in the “Smart Cities, Transportation & Delivery” category.

CSUSM Senior Experience Survey Coming

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Cal State San Marcos’ Senior Experience program is in full swing this semester, as teams of five senior business students work with for-profit and nonprofit firms to complete projects of significance for local organizations.

Chamber Marks 151st Anniversary

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The San Diego Regional Chamber celebrated its 151st anniversary late last month at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront.

Biocom Week in La Jolla

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Late last week, Joe Panetta, president and CEO of Biocom California, called California’s booming life science industry “a key economic driver” across the Golden State. Panetta’s organization, which represents more than 1,500 members of California’s life science community, hosted its annual three-day global conference in La Jolla.

Special Coverage Continues

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The San Diego Business Journal presents its third week of special coverage of Black History Month this week, with reporter Karen Pearlman continuing her profile series of unique and successful Black entrepreneurs in San Diego.

Practicing What They Preach

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Anyone who’s driven San Diego’s highways knows work zones can be dangerous places – for both drivers who dart and weave around lane closures and workers repairing and maintaining roadways as vehicles speed past, sometimes at more than 75 miles per hour.

Five.Ten.Thirty Coming to Petco Park

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San Diego nonprofit Connect will hold the largest regional “innovation celebration” in San Diego history later this spring.

Spotlight on San Diego

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Last week, the San Diego Tourism Authority launched a new advertising campaign with a TV spot promoting the area that debuted during the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament telecast live nationally from Torrey Pines.

What’s in a (Nick) Name?

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In 2022, what is the best nickname for San Diego, a city clearly on the rise and increasingly punching above its weight on the national and international stage?

Hello San Diego!

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This is my first opportunity to officially introduce myself, at least in first-person, as the San Diego Business Journal’s new editor-in-chief.

SDBJ Publisher Announces Staff Promotions: Misiano, Lurie Stepping Up

Dear Readers, The new year brings several key changes to operations at the San Diego Business Journal. Mark J. Misiano has been named chief operating officer, a newly created position at the company, and George Lurie has been promoted to editor-in-chief.