Skip to main content

Economy

Tease photo for story

California Attorney General Announces $11 Million Settlement With AutoZone

June 19
By City News Service

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Tuesday announced an $11 million settlement with AutoZone Inc. over allegations that the retailer violated state laws governing hazardous waste, hazardous materials and confidential consumer information.

Tease photo for story

Abandoned California Theatre To Become A Massive Downtown Condo Tower

June 18
Max Rivlin-Nadler

After years of delays and legal challenges, developers are finally ready to move forward with a condo project on the site San Diego's landmark California Theatre.

Tease photo for story

US Companies' Message To Trump: Don't Expand China Tariffs

June 17
By Associated Press

The administration, in the midst of the trade war it began with Beijing, had asked for comments on its plan to extend 25% tariffs to everything China ships to the United States. It's getting an earful.

Tease photo for story

Business Report: Uber Will Use Drones To Deliver McDonald's Favorites To San Diego Foodies

June 14
By Ebone Monet

Uber will use drones to deliver your favorite McDonalds combos in San Diego this summer.

Tease photo for story

San Diego’s Quality Of Life Gets Mixed Reviews In USD Report

June 13
By Maya Trabulsi

Is San Diego on the path to greater health, wealth, comfort, and sustainability? The 'Nonprofit Institute' at the University of San Diego provides an answer as it releases the findings of its Equinox Project.

Tease photo for story

Uber Tests Drone Food Delivery In San Diego

June 13
By Associated Press

The company's Uber Eats unit began the tests in San Diego with McDonald's and plans to expand to other restaurants later this year.

Tease photo for story

California's YIMBY Movement Is Coming To North County

June 12
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

Organizers with the new "yes in my backyard" housing advocacy group in North County plan to hold a kick-off event Thursday.

Tease photo for story

Faulconer Proposes Incentives For Developers To Build Smaller, More Affordable Units

June 12
By Alison St John, Brooke Ruth

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has a new proposal on the table that would give incentives to developers to build smaller, more affordable units in areas close to public transit.

Tease photo for story

City Heights Coworking Space Strives To Help Entrepreneurs

June 12
By Priya Sridhar

Coworking is a relatively new concept that is getting more popular around the world, including in San Diego.

Tease photo for story

Business Report: The Future Of Downtown San Diego Development?

June 10
By Ebone Monet

The week's business news includes changes to development in downtown San Diego development, ProFlowers closing its doors and Jeopardy! ratings hitting a 14-year high.

Older Stories ›