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Paul Jacobs has just stepped aside as CEO at Qualcomm Inc., but he still has a lot of ideas about where the company can go next.
Leap Wireless International Inc., the San Diego-based flat-rate cellphone service doing business as Cricket, reported a $640.8 million net loss for 2013 in what is expected to be its last annual securities filing before it completes its sale to AT&T Inc. later this month.
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Novatel Wireless Inc., the San Diego-based maker of wireless modems and software, reported a 2013 fourth quarter net loss of $21.3 million, compared with a net loss of $14.9 million in the like quarter of 2012.
San Diego-based Emotient Inc., a maker of facial expression recognition software, has closed a $6 million Series B round of funding, led by Silicon Valley venture firm Handbag LLC.
Qualcomm Inc. said on March 6 that it will provide proximity beacons to 20 Major League Baseball parks for the 2014 season.
Tandem Diabetes Care Inc. reported sales of $29 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2013, compared with $2.5 million for 2012.
Infosonics Corp., the San Diego distributor of cellphones and wireless devices mainly in South America, reported record fourth quarter sales, units shipped, and broke through for a small net profit.
ViaSat said that El Al will be the first customer for its Exede in-flight Internet service in Europe, adding that the airline plans to launch service within a year.
Connect, a San Diego life sciences and technology nonprofit, has appointed veteran health care and investment banking executive Greg McKee as its new CEO.
Qualcomm Inc. announced an historic management transition as well as a $5 billion increase in its stock repurchase plan on March 4, the day of its annual shareholder meeting.
Leap Wireless International, the San Diego based flat-rate carrier doing business under the Cricket brand, said it will release its 2013 fourth quarter and full year financial results to the Securities and Exchange Commission, but doesn’t intend to issue a separate news release or hold a conference call with stock analysts later this month.
It’s official: Websense is moving its headquarters to Austin, Texas.
Citing an uptick in its Los Angeles business and seeking to build on those gains, Carlsbad-based FMT Consultants LLC has opened an office on Santa Monica Boulevard in Century City.
Bright Light Management, a San Diego management consulting firm aimed at helping early-stage companies, recently announced its launch.