Food, produce and clothing sales have been increasing steadily, prompting wholesale suppliers to boost inventory levels as they anticipate more business from retail clients.
A free tutoring program helps troubled teens turn their lives around and win scholarships to college.
Making fuel runs through enemy territory is dangerous and expensive. The Marine Corps wants to switch to solar.
The job market is improving; San Diego County saw its largest monthly hiring increase in more than a year. We speak to Dean Calbreath business columnist for The San Diego Union-Tribune about the upbeat report.
Labor unions want to end the tax breaks that companies located in enterprise zones enjoy. But cities and businesses hope to keep them.
Local businessman Shlomo Gruer taps into customers' shopping habits and is rewarded with loyal customers.
Soldier Ride in San Diego helps wounded warriors bond and approach life with renewed purpose.
A local defense contractor donated entire supply of radiation measurement device.
Small businesses might think only big corporations need to worry about cyber attacks. But that's not true.
Delays in chip production could mean longer waits for the new iPad and fewer deals on other hot items.
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