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  • Chevy Corvette and Camaro: New American Muscle in 2015

    Is 2015 the return of the muscle car? Chevrolet is releasing two new versions of its classic American vehicles: The Corvette Z06 and the Camaro Z28. Here's a look at both vehicles, each set for their debut in 2015.

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  • Top stem cell scientist joins Stemedica

    One of the nation's top stem cell scientists has become an adviser to San Diego's Stemedica, a developer of stem cell-based therapies. Dr. Mahendra Rao joined…
  • Zohydro ban blocked

    A Massachusetts ban on sale of the opioid painkiller Zohydro ER has been blocked by a federal judge's ruling issued Tuesday. Document …
  • Partner at Domain seeks out innovators

    Steve Chapple | Domain — which helped start Amgen, Applied Biosystems and Amylin, among others — is 21 percent invested in San Diego and is betting…
  • Depression-causing protein identified

    A potential new target for antidepressant therapy has been reported in a study published Sunday in Nature Medicine. Elevated levels of a protein called REDD1 cause…
  • Eye drug is Medicare's big cost

    Newly released information on Medicare payments to doctors reveals some remarkable facts: Many of the nation’s most highly reimbursed doctors are ophthalmologists. Some of them…
Market Movers
  • This Chart Shows Why 2014 Could Be the Year of Energy Stocks: StockTwits

    The largest energy ETF XLE hit a new all-time high today and that might only be the beginning.

  • DJIA, S&P 500 Trend Bullish vs. Nasdaq, Russell 2000 Trend Bearish

    Here we go again.

  • Stocks Jump After Beige Book Report, Dovish Yellen Remarks

    Major U.S. stock markets jump Wednesday after better-than-expected Chinese growth, while investors digested dovish remarks from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and an improved Beige Book report.

  • Greenberg: Putting Lipstick on Ulta

    The saga continues: No stranger to readers of this blog or my Reality Check newsletter, where it has long been red-flagged, Ulta Salon's stock is one of the most confounding among retail stories.Its shares have remained remarkably resilient, even in the recent rout, as CEO Mary Dillon made the rounds with New York analysts this week to discuss the company's makeover. It's not that the company, in the midst of a strategic review, is broadcasting that it is making widespread changes.But in his report earlier this week reiterating his "outperform" on Ulta, after hosting investor meetings with Dillon, analyst Gary Balter said he was impressed with her plans to "reinvest in infrastructure, brand positioning, marketing and customer relationships..."In other words, a costly makeover that even Balter concedes "is on improving results over the next five years, not on the quarter."

  • Domino's Pizza Goes Bold With Its New Chicken Menu Offering

    Domino's Pizza is hoping the addition of chicken helps fund a huge remodel project.

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