San Diego Business Journal

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San Diego Business Journal
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) California Business Journals
Publisher Armon Mills
Editor Reo Carr[1]
Managing editors Tony Quesada[1]
Founded 1980
Language English
Headquarters San Diego Business Journal
4909 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92123
Circulation 15,610
ISSN [2] 8750-6890 [2]
Official website sdbj.com

The San Diego Business Journal is a newspaper in San Diego, California, USA covering general business news. Each week, the San Diego Business Journal examines the economic news, demographics and lifestyle profiles of San Diego, and the many ways that the San Diego economy operates..[3]

Regular departments include Up Front, highlighting stories featuring San Diego businesses and their decision-makers; Media & Technology, focusing on changes and innovations in the businesses that serve these fields; Small Business, profiling those smaller businesses moving into the fore; and Investment and Finance, where San Diego’s many public companies are profiled and analyzed. One of the features is The List, which ranks the top businesses in any given industry. Some of the categories include Largest Private Companies, Fastest-Growing Private Companies, Highest Paid Executives, Highest Revenue Generators, Permanent Placement Services List, etc. Each of these surveys is then compiled into the San Diego Business Journal's resource – the annual Book of Lists.

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Reo Carr is the executive editor of the San Diego Business Journal.[3]

History[edit]

The San Diego Business Journal was established in 1980. In 1986, American City Business Journals acquired the SDBJ with the purchase of Scripps Howard Business Journals.[4] In 1988, ACBJ sold the Los Angeles and San Diego Business Journals to a group lead by Kansas City developer Larry Bridges.[5][6]

Circulation[edit]

Tabloid: Weekly
Year Established: 1980
Audit: ABC, 2004
Total Circulation: 15,610; Qualified Paid: 8,517
Qualified Nonpaid: n/a; Non-Qualified: 7,093

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Regional editions[edit]

It has regional editions in Orange County, the San Fernando Valley, and Los Angeles

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://www.sdbj.com/staff_editor.asp
  2. ^ SAN DIEGO BUSINESS JOURNAL magazine subscription. Business Magazine Subscriptions - Subscription Management
  3. ^ a b c San Diego Business Journal - newspaper in San Diego, California USA covering local business news
  4. ^ Two Companies Merging Business Journal Divisions
  5. ^ Investor Group to Buy L.A., San Diego Business Journals
  6. ^ Business Publisher Resigns to Head Australian Venture
  7. ^ The Alliance of Area Business Publications - Delivering International, Regional, State & Local Business News

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