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Email Reveals Former Salk President's Efforts To Discourage Lawsuit

Aug. 13
By City News Service

The former president of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla discouraged one of her professors from suing for gender discrimination, saying in a private email that legal action could damage the company's reputation, it was reported Monday.

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Friday Business Report: What's Next For The Convention Center?

Aug. 11
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

The tourism impact on the failed convention center initiative, SeaWorld reports stronger attendance and San Diego companies stand to benefit from the creation of a new Space Force.

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City Of San Diego Launches New Technology For Public Safety

Aug. 10
By Jade Hindmon

The city of San Diego is testing drones to help first responders in emergencies under a new federal program.

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Salk Institute Settles 2 Gender Bias Suits

Aug. 8
By Associated Press

Southern California's Salk Institute for Biological Studies has settled two of three gender discrimination lawsuits filed by top female scientists.

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Friday Business Report: Unemployment Rate Drops

Aug. 4
By Bennett Lacy

KPBS anchor Maya Trabulsi and SDSU marketing lecturer Miro Copic discuss some of the week’s top business stories.

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It's Official — San Diego's Ocean Waters Break Record

Aug. 2
By Erik Anderson

A warm spell in Southern California has resulted in a new ocean temperature record at Scripps Pier.

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UC San Diego Science Program Unites Students From Both Sides Of Border

Aug. 2
By Megan Burks

A San Diego program to improve cross-border collaboration in the sciences has seen record enrollment this summer, despite political tension at the border.

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Unusually Warm Ocean Waters Luring Big Sportfish To San Diego's Coast

July 31
By Matt Hoffman

Higher than average temperatures this summer are warming the ocean which is leading to big catches off of San Diego's coast.

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Author To Discuss Book On How Humans Have Coped With Their Flaws

July 31
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

“Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, From Pointless Bones to Broken Genes” by Nathan Lents was published in May. Lents will be giving a free lecture about the book Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the San Diego Central Library.

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Qualcomm Calls Off $44B Deal For NXP, Which Lacks Chinese OK

July 25
By Associated Press

Qualcomm says it will drop its $44 billion deal to buy Dutch chipmaker NXP Semiconductors by the end of the day Wednesday, a high-profile victim of the rising trade tensions between the U.S and China.

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