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  • East Village 'foodery' on menu

    London has its Harrod’s food hall, Paris its Le Bon Marché Grand Epiciere, New York its Eataly. This summer, San Diego’s East Village will have…
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  • New weakness found in HIV

    A newly identified vulnerable site on HIV, only the fifth discovered to date, has been reported by a team led by scientists at The Scripps…
  • ResMed earnings rise

    ResMed reported slightly higher earnings and revenue for the third quarter ended March 31 compared with those from a year earlier. The San Diego maker of…
  • Evoke Pharma starts Phase 3 trial

    Evoke Pharma said Tuesday that it has started a Phase 3 clinical trial for its flagship gastrointestinal drug. The Solana Beach company's drug treats diabetic gastroparesis,…
  • Illumina earns $60 million in Q1

    Illumina earned $60 million, or 40 cents per share, in the quarter ended March 31. In the same quarter a year ago, the San Diego…
  • Drug combo may knock down lung cancer

    Some drug-resistant cancers of the lung, pancreas and breast might be made vulnerable again by treating them with a medication already approved for another type…
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  • Measure would push min wage to $13

    DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO — The city of San Diego’s minimum wage would increase to $13.09 an hour during the next three years under a proposal…
  • Existing Home Sales Dip 0.2% in March

    A second month of a fractional decline in existing home sales kept sales to a 4.59 million annual rate.

  • New car sales up, but speed slowing

    New car sales continue to accelerate in San Diego County, but the pace of growth is slowing five years after the Great Recession. The County New…
  • Families struggling to make ends meet

    SAN DIEGO COUNTY — While a study released last week shows the homeless population dropping in San Diego County, another study shows that people with…
  • Who hired most in March?

    San Diego County saw widespread job growth in March, with employers adding 12,700 jobs and the unemployment rate ticking down to 6.9 percent. So who…
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