What San Diego CEOs Say As They Leave Town – Or Threaten To
Lisa Halverstadt | July 25, 2014 |
The Case for a Better Hookup Culture Among San Diego Businesses
The willingness of people in the Bay Area to connect tech entrepreneurs and startups to others has led to some of the most powerful business partnerships and success stories there. In San Diego, even some of the most well-known businesses don’t know how to work together.
Blair Giesen | July 15, 2014 |
The Silver Lining to San Diego’s Obscene Housing Prices
California cities that are rich in home equity, such as San Francisco and San Jose, are also great places for start-ups. The recent spike in home prices in San Diego may be contributing to a faster growth in start-ups here.
Murtaza Baxamusa | July 8, 2014 |
New Tech Companies, Old Buildings and the Downtown Space Jam
Class A office space has suddenly become a limited commodity throughout the city's urban core. A project on the frontier of East Village gentrification, the IDEA District, promises to solve a lot of this. But it needs tenants before it can get off the ground.
Scott Lewis | April 23, 2014 |
An Ambassador to Boost San Diego’s Small-Biz Stature
Ana Ceballos | April 4, 2014 |
Mars Curiosity Cameras Are Made in San Diego, and More from ‘Meeting of the Minds’
Kelly Bennett | March 20, 2014 |
What a Retrofit Mandate Might Cost a San Diego Homeowner
Andrew Keatts | March 20, 2014 |
Fact Check: A Tipping Point for Automatic Gratuities
Ana Ceballos | March 5, 2014 |
Why My Daughter Has a New Zeal for Math (and Why That’s Good for SD Startups)
Blair Giesen | March 3, 2014 |
The One Big Hold-Up for Gloria’s Climate Action Plan
The local business community is already coming out against pieces of the new plan, and the impending arrival of Mayor-elect Kevin Faulconer means their concerns are likely to take center stage as the plan moves forward.