Coronado Local Business
Local business in Coronado, CA
Friday Dec 6 | via Patch.com
Pier South Resort and Sea 180, Imperial Beach's newest hotel and restaurant, are scheduled to open in the coming weeks, according to management at both establishments. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 4 | via Business Wire
Healthcare professionals from leading acute care, specialty, academic, and pediatric hospitals gathered at the Hotel Del Coronado Nov. 20-22 for Skylight's Seventh Annual Client Conference. Comment?
Sunday Dec 1 | via Contra Costa Times
Where's the best place to go gliding? Fodor's recommends strapping on your blades at rinks with scenic surroundings. Comment?
Friday Nov 29 | via The Campbell Reporter
Leafing through the October issue of the AAII Journal -- the magazine for members of the American Association of Individual Investors -- I was struck by the article that discussed the returns of the organization's Model Shadow Stock Portfolio of micro-cap stocks. Comment?
Friday Nov 29 | via Uptown San Diego Examiner
The research involved three separate laboratory groups at The Scripps Research Institute. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 26 | via The Campbell Reporter
Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings that narrowly missed Wall Street's expectations, although its sales were better than analysts had predicted. Comment?
Monday Nov 25 | via Edhat
Good Morning Santa Barbara! I heard a report in the county somewhere that there were door to door Vacuum cleaner salespeople that were very aggressive. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 20 | via The Campbell Reporter
Venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson is denying a report by Fortune Magazine that co-founders Tim Draper and John Fisher are on their way out. Comment?
Thursday Nov 14 | via The Campbell Reporter
Google and Hewlett-Packard are halting sales of their recently released Chromebook 11 computer after some users reported the device's charger has been overheating. Comment?
Sep 9, 2013 | via The Campbell Reporter
Western Digital is buying server-side flash storage provider Virident Systems for about $685 million to help better address customers' changing storage needs. Comment?