Scam Diego Entries for February, 2008

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San Diego Unemployment Rises to 5.1 Percent in January; County Loses 26,200 Jobs

San Diego County's unemployment rate rose to 5.1 percent in January, up from 5 percent in December and 4.4 percent ...

Real Estate Developers Lining Pols' Pockets for 2008 Elections

Real estate developers have already plunked $228,345 behind 2008 City candidates -- by far the largest amount among various industries. ...

William F. Buckley Dead at 82; In San Diego, He Complained of the Wine's Quality

William F. Buckley, the elegant, articulate political conservative, is dead at age 82, according to the New York Times. Buckley ...

Union-Tribune Warns Union of 40 Percent Wage Slash, Healthcare Cuts; Teamsters To Resume Campaign To Cut Paper's Circulation

The Union-Tribune has declared that negotiations with 160 packaging department employees represented by the Graphic Communications Conference of the International ...

Aguirre Says State Regulation of Municipal Pension Plans Almost Non-Existent; Calls for Federal Regulation

City Attorney Michael Aguirre, saying that "California regulation of municipal pension plans is as a practical matter non-existent," is now ...

Jack in the Box Beats Street Forecast; Stock up 3 Percent

Stock of fast food chain Jack in the Box is up more than 3 percent this morning (Wednesday, Feb. 20) ...

San Diego's Police State: Blogger Flannery Booted Out of Dumanis Press Conference

Pat Flannery's blog, www.blogofsandiego.com, tells in its Friday edition how he was booted out of the press conference in which ...

Is Ailing Union-Tribune Crossing News/Advertising Line in the Sand?

Union-Tribune staffers who fear that their financially-staggering newspaper will one day resemble a shopper got little encouragement today (Friday). Editor ...

1,000 Downtown Condos for Sale; Another 1,300 Coming on Line in Two Years; Prices Plunging

Prices of downtown San Diego condos are plummeting even as more product gets ready to come on line, says an ...

U-T To Get Plans for New Structure Feb. 13; Newsroom To Get New Plans Next Day

Karin Winner, editor of the Union-Tribune, has announced to the staff that on Feb. 13, the U-T's president, Gene Bell, ...

Brandes Looks for Undervalued Stocks; Today, His Big Positions Are Certainly Valued Low in the Market

San Diego's Brandes Investment Partners, which manages $125 billion of investors' money, looks for undervalued stocks. The stocks in which ...

Government Employees Pull Far Ahead of Private Sector Employees in Pay, Fringes

State and local government workers now rake in an average $39.50 an hour in wages and fringes, compared with a ...

Robert Allen Holding Classes in Getting Rich in Real Estate. Don't Expect Him to Mention His Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

In a half-page in the Union-Tribune Feb. 1, Robert Allen says he will tell people how to get rich buying ...

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