Business Editor, U-T San Diego
Biz ed at U-T San Diego. News junkie. Love paranormal romance/vampires etc. A Buckeye. My cat tolerates me. This is my own account. Tweets are mine.
utsandiego.com — May 14, 2013-SAN DIEGO, CA Sarah Cleary, right, a Sharp Rees-Stealy licensed vocational nurse at the Sorrento Mesa clinic takes measurements of 11-month-old Lili Ayson, center, during a visit with her father, Jeremy Ayson, left, of Mira Mesa. - Howard Lipin Doing business in California may be a bit tougher than some other states, but Sharp HealthCare is committed to growing locally.
nbcnews.com — 6 minutes ago Waiting hours for a cellphone to charge may become a thing of the past, thanks to an 18-year-old high-school student's invention. She won a $50,000 prize Friday at an international science fair for creating an energy storage device that can be fully juiced in 20 to 30 seconds.
finance.fortune.cnn.com — Cities in California and Texas are already seeing the early signs of a housing bubble. FORTUNE - Only a year after the U.S. housing market hit bottom, it may be bubbling up -- again. Odd as it may seem, some economists warn the steady rise in home prices, at least in some markets, are inflated and could eventually pop.
news.yahoo.com — Fake meat isn't a new thing, but good fake meat that is almost indistinguishable from real meat could be very big in cleaning up your diet and helping the planet. Beyond Meat , a Manhattan Beach, Calif.-based food company that specializes in making "chicken" from plant-based protein, claims it is 80 percent of the way toward making real-tasting fake chicken.
marketwatch.com — The pitch: If you're a java snob searching for the perfect cup of joe, the folks at San Francisco-based Blossom Coffee have quite the proposition: a limited-edition machine, called simply the Blossom One, that has plenty of ones in its price tag - as in $11,111.
buzzfeed.com — Image by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images The Treasury Department Inspector General for Tax Administration sent a letter to Congressman Darrell Issa and Congressman Jim Jordan on July 12, 2012 informing them they would be auditing the IRS in response to their concerns that certain groups might be receiving extra scrutiny.
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