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Leadership at Qualcomm Inc. expressed interest in further mergers and acquisitions as executives offered an extended program of briefings to financial analysts Feb. 11 at company headquarters.
San Diego’s SupraMed, which makes medical practice management software for plastic surgeons, has been acquired by Palm Beach, Florida-based Nextech.
Wireless technology company Ingenu has signed a new lease for 27,855 square feet of office space at the Horizon Tech Center in Scripps Ranch, property owner KBS Real Estate Investment Trust II announced.
The FBI has named Securing Our eCity, the San Diego nonprofit devoted to cybersecurity awareness, as a 2015 recipient of its Director’s Community Leadership Award.
TECH: Platform Captures Attention for Your Product, Presentation
No one wants to wade through pages of text when being pitched a service or product. They just want the facts presented in an easy-to-understand, appealing fashion.
MARKETING: Zip App Engages Users to Gather Data on Buying Behaviors
You’ve been invited to a party and you see these must-have shoes at Nordstrom’s that are a budget-breaker. What do you do?
Lots of Carlsbad news here, leading off with ViaSat Inc. offering some color on its ViaSat-3 satellite plan.
AVIATION: ‘Drag on Demand Technology’ Gets SBIR Grants
Parthiv Shah is on a mission that would gladden the hearts of Point Loma, North Park and Carlsbad residents — not to mention people all over the world who live under airport flight paths.
ENERGY: Diversity of Co., Insurance Could Limit Losses
When Sempra Energy held its quarterly earnings call on Nov. 3, about a week and a half after the company said it first discovered a natural gas leak at its Aliso Canyon facility, the company didn’t mention the leaking well. None of the investors or analysts on the call mentioned it either.
ViaSat Inc. offered new details on its ViaSat-3 satellite constellation on Feb. 9 while separately announcing a joint venture to deliver consumer Internet service in Europe with Paris-based Eutelsat Communications.
Videogame peripheral maker Mad Catz Interactive Inc. reported flat earnings for the third quarter and said it planned to restructure, cutting 37 percent of company staff.
Ripplenami Inc., a local provider of a cloud-based map-making tool, named Jaye Connolly-LaBelle president and chief executive officer and Kendra Berger chief financial officer.
Mad Catz Interactive Inc. announced that its chairman, its chief executive officer and its chief counsel all resigned and have been replaced, effective immediately. The company offered no reason for the changes in a Feb. 8 announcement.
National University and University of California, San Diego Extension are introducing a partnership that offers students pathways to pursue studies in the growing field of sustainability management, the schools announced.
Video game headset maker Turtle Beach Corp. on Feb. 5 said it sold $6.7 million worth of shares this week, using the proceeds to shore up its working capital line of credit.