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Fiesta Bowl Execs Partied in San Diego

Call it the Junker Junket -- one of many. Phoenix's Fiesta Bowl (a college football bowl game) has fired its ...

Issa's Earmarks Meant to Line his Pocket: Publication

The liberal publication Think Progress says that North County Congressman Darrell Issa is trying to use earmarks to enhance the ...

Minkow Will Help Prosecution Investigate Developer

Barry Minkow, fraudster turned pastor/investigator, then charged with fraud himself, will help U.S. prosecutors investigate a San Diego developer, according ...

Minnesota Accuses Encore Capital of "Robo-Signing"

Minnesota's attorney general accused San Diego-based Encore Capital Group of filing "robo-signed" affidavits in debt collection lawsuits, according to Reuters. ...

Case-Shiller Data Suggest Possible Housing Double-Dip

Housing data for January, released today (March 29) by Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller, show home prices off to "a dismal start ...

City Advertising for Redistricting Support Services

The City of San Diego's Purchasing & Contracting Department has sent out a request for proposal for professionals to provide ...

Where Are County Job Needs Greatest? Registered Nurses

The Employment Development Department has come out with a new product that counts online and print employment ads for the ...

San Diego Gaining Jobs, but Unemployment Rate Still above 10%

San Diego County's unemployment rate in February was 10.1%, down from a revised 10.4% in January and below the year-ago ...

Biotech to Sell Stock below Market. So Stock Plunges

Biotech MediciNova plummeted 25.28% today to $2.66, even though it was a good day for the market and pharmaceuticals. On ...

Minkow Charged with Securities Conspiracy

Barry Minkow, ex-convicted Ponzi schemer who ran the Fraud Discovery Institute while a San Diego pastor, was charged by Miami ...

U-T Employees Restive Again -- Understandably

Union-Tribune employees are wondering once again just who will own their company, or whether the U-T could be folded into ...

Fed to Release Information on Wall Street Loans during Crisis

The Supreme Court today (March 21) refused to intervene in a long-running Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suit filed by ...

Aztecs to Lose in Second Round of Lobbying Tourney

Matt Potter has sent along a new version of March Madness. This has all the brackets of the teams. However, ...

Local Law Firm Looking into Bridgepoint

The San Diego plaintiffs' securities law firm of Robbins Umeda said today (March 17) that it is looking into possible ...

El Centro Unemployment Rate Down to 28%

"For two years, El Centro has struggled with the highest unemployment rate in the country," says the New York Times ...

Minkow to Plead Guilty to Insider Trading

The Los Angeles Times is reporting in a story meant for tomorrow (March 17) that Barry Minkow, the former Ponzi ...

San Diegan Gets Only Probation for Stashing Funds Offshore

San Diegan Jeffrey Chatfield was given a mere sentence of three years of probation today (March 14) for hiding assets ...

SD Unemployment Rises to 10.3%

The unemployment rate in San Diego County rose to 10.3% in January from a revised 10.1% in December, as the ...

City's Latest Attempt to Thwart Kessler Suit Fails

The City of San Diego submitted a writ to the appeals court, claiming that Scott Kessler, who is suing the ...

Lerach: Don't Blame Public Union Members. Blame Wall Street

Former San Diego securities plaintiff lawyer Bill Lerach has a powerful piece in Saturday's (Feb. 26) Huffington Post. Title: "Blame ...

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