Scam Diego Entries for September, 2009

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San Diego News Network Says It Will Expand to 40 Cities

San Diego News Network, an online publication, intends to expand into 40 cities in the U.S. and Canada, according to ...

Kittles' Rhoades School Sold

The Rhoades School of Encinitas has been purchased by Nobel Learning Communities of West Chester, Pennsylvania. In a news release, ...

Stock of NC Times Parent Soars 50% on Good Newspaper News

Stock of Lee Enterprises, owner of the North County Times, is up almost 50% to $3.17 this morning (Sept. 29) ...

San Diego Home Prices Continue to Improve

San Diego County home prices climbed 2.5% from June to July, according to Case-Shiller/Standard & Poor's data released this morning ...

SD Home Prices at Bottom, Says Forbes. Guru Robert Campbell Disagrees

Housing prices have hit bottom in five large cities that were walloped in the real estate mayhem: Las Vegas, Phoenix, ...

San Diego Gets Deflation Whiff. Real Personal Income Also Declines

New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that for the first half of 2009, the San Diego consumer ...

Local Lead Indicators Continue Modest Rise

The lead indicators of the San Diego economy, compiled by economist Alan Gin of the University of San Diego, in ...

State Sues Beverly Hills Middleman Who Fed Money to Madoff

The attorney general's office today (Sept. 22) filed a fraud suit against Stanley Chais of Beverly Hills, who called himself ...

Chargers Biggest NFL Political Donors -- by Far

Since the 1990 election cycle, the San Diego Chargers have given $2.4 million to federal political candidates and committees -- ...

SDCERS Rejects Looser Accounting. Victory for Frye, DeMaio

The board of the San Diego City Employees' Retirement System today (Sept. 18) rejected by 10-2 a proposal that would ...

Local Unemployment Hits 10.4% in August

San Diego County's unemployment rate was 10.4% in August, unchanged from a revised 10.4% July. Originally, July was reported at ...

San Diego One of Five Most Frugal Cities

The Atlantic.com has named San Diego one of the five most frugal cities in the U.S. -- thus tying for ...

Convention Center Seeking "Specialist"to Ballyhoo Expansion

The San Diego Convention Center Corp. is seeking a full-time "community outreach specialist" who would, among other things, "develop community ...

Bernanke Says Recession Over. Glug, Glug

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said today (Sept. 15) that the recession is probably over. Stock market averages hit their ...

Charles Krulak Denounces Cheney's Torture Policy

Charles Krulak, former commandant of the Marine Corps, now retired, co-authored a scathing attack on former Vice President Dick Cheney ...

Utilities Commission Denies SDG&E's Power Cutoff Plan -- Leaving an Out

The state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) today (Sept. 10) turned down San Diego Gas & Electric's plan to shut off ...

Sempra "Investigating" Reports That Its Lobbyist Bedded Down Ex-Legislator

Sempra Energy, San Diego-based parent of San Diego Gas & Electric, has issued a statement claiming that it is "investigating" ...

Consumers Pay Off Debt; Economy Will Be Weak. Wall Street Rejoices

American consumers cut back debt by $21.5 billion in July -- a 10.3% annual rate, according to the Federal Reserve. ...

Be Skeptical of Today's Employment Figures

Wall Street seems to be happy that the nation lost 216,000 jobs in August when economists had expected a loss ...

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