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Entrepreneur --- Gwynn Scores With Church's Chicken Deal

San Diego's bat man will soon become known as its bird man , Southern fried bird, of course.

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Encinitas-Based Fast-Food Owner Rides Wave to Success

At first, landlords were reluctant to take 18-year-old Reza Karkouti very seriously.

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All Agree on One Thing, Jack Needs to Make More Money

DINING: $1.5 Million in Average Sales Per Store Lags Top Competitors

On the hunt for a buyer in 2019, Jack in the Box Inc. is working to resolve the challenges and contradictions of the year gone past.

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New Pain Treatment Brings Accuracy in Dosage, Delivery

MEDICINE: It Offers Alternative to Oral Drugs, Gives Doctor Clear View

A relatively new FDA-approved device is giving Dr. Benjamin DuBois a more efficient, targeted way of delivering medication for pain-relief in his patients’ joints.

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Amylin’s Once-Weekly Diabetes Drug Is Approved

MEDICINE: It Will Be in Pharmacies This Month; Huge Sales Are Predicted

Third time’s a charm for San Diego-based Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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Chicken and Charm a Winning Combination

HOSPITALITY: Chick-fil-A Takes Selective Approach To Granting Franchises

With more than 1,500 U.S. restaurants, Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A Inc. has developed a large and loyal following for its chicken sandwiches, with throngs of aficionados camping out hours in advance of location debuts.

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Small Business Spotlight: Blue the Salon, Inc.

Thomas Leach, president, Blue the Salon, Inc.

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The Truth Is Out There SomewhereYou have to give Alan Greenspan credit. No matter how often critics accuse him of being an economic Chicken Little, he sticks to

You have to give Alan Greenspan credit. No matter how often critics accuse him of being an economic Chicken Little, he sticks to his guns.

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Chicken Helps Fatten Jack's Bottom Line

Skittish customers could pose a serious threat for San Diego-based Jack in the Box, which introduced several chicken dishes recently as part of a five-year plan to fatten its bottom line.

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Giving Chickens Room To Roam Appeals to Chefs And Customers

Pluck Takes Humane Approach To Raising Chickens

From free-range to cage-free to the latest term pasture-raised, there are plenty of poultry production practices a chef and/or restaurant owner can choose from.

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Small Business Spotlight: Blue Mine Group

Michael Lurie, founder and CEO of Blue Mine Group.

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New Wrinkle Remover May Hit the Market This Fall

Biotech: Artes Medical Closer to Winning FDA Approval After Panel's OK

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All Is Not Lost, Despite the Bitter End of the Football Season

As sales of yellow and blue face paint drop off the charts, I'd like to suggest 10 things to do in San Diego since post-season football ended in tears and before baseball begins.

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Executive Profile: Kirk Jackson

July 1 marks San Diego mechanical contractor Jackson & Blanc's 75th anniversary. "I still have the original handwritten ledger from July 1, 1931," said Kirk Jackson, company president.

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Cross Street: Where Chicken Meets Beer in San Diego

RESTAURANTS: Business ‘A Labor of Love’ for Old Friends

Best friends going into the restaurant business together can be a recipe for disaster. But that has not been the case for Tommy Nguyen and Wilson To, co-founders of local restaurant Cross Street Chicken and Beer, which has three locations around San Diego.

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Themes --- Preparation Key Ingredient for Managing Themed Event

One of the best ways to increase the success of your next catered event is to have a theme. Problem is, most clients don't know the ins and outs of getting the most from a caterer for a "themed" event.

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Amylin Looks Forward to Diabetes Conference

Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc., which just launched two newly approved diabetes drugs, Symlin and Byetta, sees opportunity in this week's diabetes conference.

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Blue Takes a Look at an Interesting Past, a Fascinating Future

Linden S. Blue makes few public appearances and even fewer public speeches.

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Company Invests $105.3M to Develop, Market Promising Drug

HEALTH CARE: Novel Needle-Free Injector Used In Treating Schizophrenia

Zogenix Inc., the San Diego pharmaceutical company that went public late last year, said it will spend as much as $105.3 million — including $2.3 million upfront — to develop and market a new schizophrenia drug that has immense potential for global sales.

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Beef is King at Cohn's New Downtown Venue: The Gaslamp Strip Club

What's On the Menu by Jack White

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