Author: Amanda W

A liberal mayor takes on the San Diego establishment

San Diego North Chamber presents 15 awards at gala in RB By nearly all accounts, San Diego appears to be over the worst of its fiscal crisis after years of belt-tightening, reductions in services and hard bargaining with city employees. But six months into a Filner administration, a new question has emerged: Will the mayor be undone by his confrontational style? “He’s not fighting the man anymore; he is the man,” Gloria, who has pictures of John and Robert Kennedy and Harry Truman on his office wall, said of Filner. “He’s used to being a fighter. That’s been his...

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LA Fitness Opening New Club in Oceanside

Making the Case for a ‘San Diego Beer First’ Community The 75,360-square-foot club is expected to be up and running by June 28 at 2335 Vista Way, according to William Horner, senior vice president and chief real estate officer for Irvine-based LA Fitness. Construction on the new center began last August. According to a company statement, the Oceanside location will have cardio areas with an array of exercise machines, a lap pool, aerobics studio, hot yoga studio and eight racquetball courts. There will also be two basketball courts and programs geared to basketball and racquetball leagues, as well as...

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Jeanette Bunn Travel To Go President Announces Travel To Go’s Placement in 2013 San Diego Regional Business Award

Thousands are expected turn out to the music festival from all across the region, and Travel To Go is hosting a special VIP Event that is set to kick off the weekend’s festivities. Founded in 1870, The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce was founded with the goal of overseeing the economic growth of San Diego, specifically focusing on important business aspects of the time: the construction of ports and railroad tracks to ensure the region’s economic prominence. Today, the Chamber is the biggest nonprofit advocate for the San Diego regional business scene. With almost 3,000 members, employing 400,000...

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Local Author Wins National Award And Is Now A Finalist For Accolades In San Diego

Startup Weekend San Diego Gives Aspiring Entrepreneurs A Taste of Startup Life Her book is receiving accolades from colleagues and competitors alike. “Too often, outstanding performance seems out of reach. Karen Martin explains, with elegant simplicity, why so many organizations can’t get there from here. Better yet, she provides clear, actionable advice on building foundations that will allow everyone to achieve excellence,” said Matthew E. May, author The Laws of Subtraction. The Karen Martin Group, Inc. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://markets.financialcontent.com/stocks/news/read/24451646/Local_Author_Wins_National_Award_And_Is_Now_A_Finalist_For_Accolades_In_San_Diego San Diego, California June 18, 2013 Business News ( PRLEAP.COM )...

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HIRING PLANS FLAT FOR LOCAL COMPANIES LOCAL COMPANIES NOT PLANNING HIRING SPREE

The jobless rate in San Diego County in April was 7 percent, down from 8.6 percent since a year earlier and the lowest since November 2008. In the last 12 months, county employers added 25,100 nonfarm payroll jobs. Phil Blair, CEO of San Diegos Manpower staffing agency, said he felt the outlook was positive. There are more people working, Blair said. So if employers are still optimistic and still hiring, I see that as a really good sign. Lynn Reaser, chief economist at Point Loma Nazarene University, said uncertainties over the $1.2 trillion of federal spending cuts that began...

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