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Jan 25,2008
World-famous sporting traditions retailer chooses Bend for its first Oregon location BEND, Ore. – The Orvis Company Store, a world-renowned “sporting traditions lifestyle” store, will open its first Oregon location at the Old Mill District in the fall of 2008, according to Old Mill District Marketing Director Noelle Fredland.    Orvis Company stores each feature their iconic trout image, captured in stained glass. “We are delighted to welcome Orvis to the Old Mill District,” said Fredland. ”It is the ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
It was a dark and stormy Tuesday night, but the Hilton San Francisco Financial District Hotel was packed with business travelers and only had one room left - a single bed for $349 a night. No midweek specials? The front desk clerk hadn't seen one for months. He also couldn't quote a king-size room; rates fluctuate with demand and there's plenty of it in the Bay City. Plus, the hotel is virtually sold out for ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
LAS VEGAS - A driverless blue Chevrolet Tahoe, its roof topped by antennas and unidentifiable technology, jumps to life and takes a spin around a parking lot, its steering wheel turning back and forth to navigate a course marked by orange cones and its brakes slowing the vehicle for a stop sign. For the robotic vehicle dubbed "Boss" by its Carnegie Mellon University developers, the drive is a piece of cake. After all, the Boss ... [full story]
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Jan 11,2008
After a months-long review of "exceptional misconduct" that emerged last year during a patent trial, a San Diego federal judge put the burden of responsibility for the legal wrongdoing squarely on wireless giant Qualcomm. In a 48-page ruling Monday, U.S. Magistrate Barbara Major found that Qualcomm "intentionally withheld tens of thousands of decisive documents" to win its case and gain a strategic business advantage over Broadcom, a rival chip-maker based in Irvine, Calif. Major refrained ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Goodrich Aerostructures' factory in Mexicali, Mexico, might be a jumble of rebar and concrete now, but the structure soon will become crucial to the company's efforts to compete in a changing global aviation industry.   AEROSPACE GROWTH - A quality assurance inspector checks a circuit board at Nu Visions, an aerospace manufacturer in Tijuana, Mexico. CNS Photo by Eduardo Contreras. When the 350,000-square-foot plant opens late this year, Mexican workers will start fabricating Goodrich nacelles and thrust ... [full story]
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Jan 04,2008
Mario Moussa roams the nation 30 percent to 50 percent of his time advising corporate behemoths like Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and Oracle how to get their way without stomping on their competition. His approach is spelled out in a $24 hardcover book he co-authored called "The Art of Woo" (Portfolio): Win over your adversaries by crawling into their brain, empathizing with their problems and leaving your own agenda on the table. Yes, but can subtle ... [full story]
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Dec 21,2007
Jeans, beer and a pool table hardly sound like a unique concept, since that could describe just about any dive bar in town. But there's nothing low-end or common about the L.A. Fairchild Denim Bar in Cardiff, Calif., where patrons can sample draft beer and play a game of pool while shopping for the latest and most expensive brands of denim from Hudson to Rock & Republic to J Brand.   DENIM SERVED - Laura Fairchild, ... [full story]
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Dec 21,2007
If you think your commute is tough, perhaps you'll have empathy for a growing number of San Diego biotech workers who are splitting their time between their local office, Beijing or Shanghai.   WORLD MARKET - BioDuro Vice President Paul Conlon (right) introduces managers of BioDuro client Ambit Biosciences to workers in China via teleconference. The company's Beijing team handles outsourced work from 40 U.S. and European companies. CNS Photo by Sean M. Haffey. Just don't feel ... [full story]
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Dec 21,2007
WASHINGTON - A federal commission has agreed to look into a complaint by Broadcom Corp. alleging that Qualcomm Inc. violated a ban on importing wireless chips that infringe on a Broadcom patent. The U.S. International Trade Commission is opening an investigation into the allegations, the latest development in an ongoing legal battle between the two companies, the agency said Thursday. Broadcom charges that Qualcomm, a San Diego chip making giant, is continuing to market the ... [full story]
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Dec 21,2007
SAN DIEGO - With less than a week before Christmas, retailers are pulling out the stops with extended hours, discounts and expedited shipping for online orders. Stores such as JCPenney, Macy's and Toys "R" Us are staying open until midnight at their stores and even operating around the clock in New York and some other cities. Best Buy and others are guaranteeing online purchases will be delivered in time for Christmas. Retailers such as JCPenney ... [full story]
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Dec 21,2007
CHICAGO -- Sam Zell, the Tribune Co.'s new chief executive, promised broad changes in how the media conglomerate based in Chicago is managed."I'm here to tell you the transaction from hell is done," Zell said during a news conference Thursday at Tribune Tower. "As far as I'm concerned, today is a brave new world."To emphasize the deal was done, Zell said the banks notified him that his $8.2 billion bid to take the Tribune private ... [full story]
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Dec 14,2007
Four years ago, architect Robert Noble submitted a bid to design a showcase solar array covering the parking lot at Kyocera's San Diego plant. He got the job when no other architect put in a proposal.   SOLAR INVESTORS - Envision Solar helps companies install solar arrays in their parking lots. Here, President Karen Morgan and Chief Executive Officer Robert Noble stand under an array in the Kyocera facility in San Diego. CNS Photo by John ... [full story]
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Dec 14,2007
The iPhone certainly isn't your grandfather's cell phone, but the Jitterbug just might be. After raising $40 million in venture funding, GreatCall has launched a national marketing campaign to introduce its large-button, no-frills Jitterbug phones to consumers who want simpler - and cheaper - devices.   PHONE, NO FRILLS - GreatCall has launched a national marketing campaign to introduce its large-button, no-frills Jitterbug phones to baby boomers who want simpler devices. CNS Photo by Nancee E. ... [full story]
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