Spoiler alert: It’s got nothing to do with attendance. It does have to do with us.
Comic-Con and the Convention Center Corp. both say some hoteliers’ unwillingness to sign off on discounted hotel blocks for attendees is what’s keeping the massive convention from committing to San Diego.
El Cajon is in the midst of a heated debate about its future. One local leader recently claimed residents there “remain the poorest in the county.”
He’ll probably do well on the real estate, but the ex-U-T owner wanted a lot more out of his newspaper purchase than he ended up getting.
Newspapers will keep consolidating to maintain profitability while they figure out how to make money in the digital world as print revenues continue plunge.
The economic benefits of the Super Bowl aren’t as straightforward as stadium boosters would have you believe.
Qualcomm’s head of facilities told a city councilman, the city attorney and others that the region’s largest company is so frustrated with the city it will never again build anything in San Diego.
San Diego’s cracking down on Airbnb hosts. This is what the city says they must to do follow the rules.
Councilman Chris Cate plans to propose new city rules giving Airbnb hosts the green light to rent out their homes or individual rooms, with some mandates.
Two factors bind each of the areas where Airbnb is thriving. They’re known for high hotel occupancies or relatively few hotels, or both.