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Good Morning San Diego: The San Diego Entrepreneur’s Toolkit

With San Diego being one of the most patent-intensive cities in the U.S., it makes sense that more entrepreneurs are flourishing. To aid in the search to find all the right sources is “The San Diego Entrepreneur’s Toolkit.” Steven Cox of TakeLessons.com, Stacey Lankford Pennington of Makers Quarter, and Jon Belmonte of Cedar Ridge Ventures…

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Union Tribune San Diego: A Taste for Business

Pareto co-founder applies biotech expertise to potentially profitable field of synthetic flavor creation by Bradley J. Fikes · U-T 5:07 a.m. July 30, 2014 Biotechnology companies mostly concentrate on health care products such as drugs, which can be extremely profitable but are costly, time-consuming and risky to develop. Some work on creating biofuels, which can…

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The Orange County Register: Hot homes: Midcentury modern style – with a twist

by Marilyn Kalfus / Staff Writer A midcentury modern style home rebuilt this year along the bluffs overlooking Newport Beach’s Back Bay offers features that designers working decades ago could only have imagined. The Dover Shores house has solar paneling and tankless water heaters. The large gourmet kitchen includes sleek Dacor appliances and a sprawling…

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LA Times: Home of the Day: Polished Contemporary in Mar Vista

by Neal J. Leitereg A polished steel staircase, a stylish gas fireplace and a streamlined aesthetic lend an industrial vibe to this newly built contemporary home in Mar Vista. Designed for year-round entertaining, the home’s sliding glass doors open formal living spaces to a large deck space. Off of the master suite, a private balcony…

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UT San Diego: San Diego, Baja can have sustainable startup ecosystem

By Derek Footer San Diego has everything a successful tech ecosystem needs: great research universities and institutes; vibrant tech industries and companies; a young, diverse, well-educated, tech-savvy workforce; and a beautiful environment where everyone (should) want to live. There is a wealth of software engineering and design talent both on this side of the border…

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In Touch Weekly Exclusive: Amber Portwood Reveals She’s Written An Explosive Tell-All Book!

In an exclusive interview with In Touch Weekly, Teen Mom’s Amber Portwood reveals she has written a tell-all memoir about her life behind bars. “It’s a brutally honest account of how bad my life got,” Amber exclusively tells the mag of her explosive tell-all Never Too Late, which promises a litany of revelations: “Addiction. Mental…

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LA Times: Home of the Day: Minimalist modern in Mar Vista

by Neal J. Leitereg Soft interiors and vibrant hardwood form the base for this minimalist reimagining in Mar Vista. Offering a balance of indoor-outdoor lifestyle that has become all-but-standard in Southern California, the contemporary, designed by Studio ARKH, complements a sunlit floor plan with an entertainer’s patio and secluded deck space. Location: 3423 Colonial Ave.,…

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UT San Diego: New Accelerator Bets on Hardware and Tijuana

By Roxana Popescu San Diego’s regional tech hardware scene just got a little more abarrotada — that’s “crowded” in Spanish. HardTech Labs, a new accelerator based in San Diego, follows a familiar concept in tech entrepreneurship: select promising young companies, ply them with mentorship, resources and funding, and hope to see your investment pay off.…

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UT San Diego: Innovators panel kicks off Startup Week

By Katherine Poythress A group of San Diego’s leading innovators kicked off San Diego Startup Week early Thursday with a panel discussion where they championed the benefits of the tech community here. The panel was sponsored by law firm Mintz Levin and hosted by marketing company 7 Second Strategies at tech incubator EvoNexus downtown. TakeLessons…

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Entrepreneur.com: Scale or Fail? Don’t Overlook These Keys to Exponential Growth

Whether you’re a solopreneur or run a team of 10, it’s dangerously easy to get caught in the minutia of your company’s immediate needs and neglect the things on your to-do list that will actually move the needle. You likely launched your company by pounding espresso, working long hours and bootstrapping. But while this method…

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