Jay Allen Sanford 7 p.m., March 29
But he lost the lawsuit and hasn’t paid his victim
John Sarkisian is an establishment darling. He is one of the purported economic experts interviewed regularly for the Union-Tribune’s “EconoMeter” feature. He is founder and vice chairman of Carlsbad’s Pro Performance Sports (doing business as ...
Francis Parker vs. neighbors...again
Lights, traffic among residents’ objections to the school’s plans
San Diego giants sell well below their highs
Stocks of two of San Diego’s most-admired companies have dropped sharply from their all-time highs around $100. One, Qualcomm, dropped around 90 percent before recovering, but the plunge took place long ago, in the early ...
Murky financial reporting from San Diego’s former redevelopment agency.
Losses are subsidy for hotels, restaurants
Convadium con is a variation on the convention center sham.
“...a classic example of a developer trying to stick it to the community.”
Residents in Mission Beach are accusing a La Jolla–based developer of using outdated maps and other tricks to try and skirt local planning laws and to avoid building a community park. They claim that doing ...
Fruit too big in Mexico, too small in U.S.
The local avocado industry takes more bruising.
Residents rattled. Big rewards offered. Killer remains at large.
Who’s killing the great parrots of Ocean Beach/Point Loma?
H-1B visa program steals Americans’ jobs
“Knowledge transfer.” It’s a scholarly sounding name for a vile practice that is stealing jobs from American engineers and forcing those soon-to-be-laid-off tech employees to train their foreign replacements. If American workers refuse to teach ...
The agency illegally performs government functions, suit alleges
To pay salaries and stay afloat, Civic San Diego relies on the revenues it receives from issuing permits and approving development projects in downtown San Diego. The nonprofit oversees the dissolution of San Diego’s former ...