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These inventors made their best pitches on "Shark Tank," the TV show where big-monied investors give thumbs up or thumbs down. They all succeeded in getting funding. more

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Some farmers are beginning to grow coffee because specialty beans are becoming a hot commodity. A cup of unique Joe can go for as much as $18. more

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The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation argues our region won’t be competitive moving forward if gaps don’t close. more

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It hopes to attract local business owners to do business. The personal touch is missing when one deals with national banks, the founders say. more

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Trends in health care and earthquake safety requirements continue to fuel the hospital boom. more

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We spotlight eight business leaders who give back to the community in major ways. more

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When planning holiday parties, companies are looking for intimate, interactive spaces. Here are some that fit the bill. more

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The eclectic retailer — once universally praised for providing a unique shopping experience — is facing financial pressures and closing stores. more

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We identify the companies that are driving the San Diego economy into the future through their fiscal impact, influence and other factors. more

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Like every other major city, San Diego would love to be home to the new Amazon headquarters. Did losing the Chargers open a door? more

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The Carlsbad-based golf industry leader has purchased an apparel company, broadening its offerings. more

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Being a boss is not easy. Sometimes you have to crack the whip, after all. But which local leaders have the most likable qualities? Here's a list. more

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The region is among the nation's leaders in the growing field, according to a recent economic study. more

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State Route 78 doesn't just move traffic. It help move the local economy forward, thanks to the many tech companies that have sprouted along the Corridor. more

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A number of ambitious mixed-use projects are ongoing, with proponents saying they are better for the community. They offer more benefits. more

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Active lifestyle firms can gain valuable expertise from the San Diego Sport Innovators Springboard program, which is now accepting applications. more

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The Main Street Alliance is working to create more healthy communities where everyone thrives. That means supporting such controversial measures as minimum wage hikes and affordable health care. more

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Uqora, which battles urinary-tract infections, wins the pitch contest and earns chance to compete in SBA InnovateHER finals. more

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The marine park unveiled its latest attraction, Ocean Explorer, which is part of its move away from animal performance shows towards rides and educational exhibits. more

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While minimum-wage increases are being celebrated as a win for working class San Diegans, they could take a toll on youth employment. more

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