The U-T San Diego publisher and CEO John Lynch were gunning hard to snap up the Boston Globe. They lost. But now we know just how spectacularly awkward their meetings were.
What you said about the Right’s confab to rally around Faulconer for mayor.
It turns out that two disparate power players are actually playing a very similar game.
Jan Goldsmith hopes his big pension gamble compels employees to switch voluntarily to a defined contribution.
North County’s light-rail commuter train is shut down indefinitely. Here’s why.
Carl DeMaio claims he uncovered the city’s financial crisis. But it was already a full-blown public scandal by the time he made his mark.
Here are some readers’ recent thoughts on the issues.
After years of trying to convince friends that it was important for them to subscribe to their local paper, I’m the one leaving.
On the one hand, he says he wants to toast San Diego. On the other hand, he seems to enjoy ripping it.
Hotelier Doug Manchester’s purchase of the North County Times puts both of the county’s daily newspapers under his control.