Stories for November 2018
Friday, November 30
This follows Jack in the Box’s sale of Qdoba earlier this year to private equity firm Apollo Global Management LLC for about $305 million cash.
Thursday, November 29
HEALTH: Software Is Personalized, Even Capable Of Some Conversation
More than 87 percent of people 65 years or older want to stay in their current home as they age, according to a 2014 AARP survey. Among them: Dan Deninger and his wife, Cindy.
Dan Deninger — an Oceanside senior unversed in computers or smartphones — dictates messages to his assistant, Lisa. She also chimes in with medication reminders, historical facts and what’s coming up on the calendar.
Classy, a San Diego company that builds fundraising platforms for nonprofits, saw a record number of donations made to its clients on Giving Tuesday.
Sharp Healthcare has found a CEO to succeed Mike Murphy, who announced his retirement in April.
Cubic Corp. priced a follow-on offering of 3.3 million shares of common stock at $60 per share, announcing the move late Nov. 28. Cubic plans to use proceeds to pay for its acquisition of Trafficware.
Wednesday, November 28
ViaCyte recently hauled in an $80 million Series D round to advance therapies that the company called a potential “functional cure” for Type 1 diabetes patients.
TECH: Bulk of Funds Stem From ICO; Co. Issues Utility Tokens
Conference-goers streamed into the back of the conference room at the InterContinental San Diego. Decked out in branded T-shirts, socks and hats, they watched as XYO Network’s founders stood on the stage, lit up in pink and yellow.
Developed with San Diego-based J Street Hospitality and Azul Hospitality Group, Moxy San Diego is a nine-story, 126-room, millennial-minded boutique hotel in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.
MaxLinear Inc., a fabless semiconductor company based in Carlsbad, increased the size of its board and named two new directors, Daniel Artusi and Carolyn Beaver.
A respiratory test from San Diego-based Mesa Biotech recently received U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance and a key waiver.
Qualcomm plans to invest $100 million into artificial intelligence startups, focusing on companies withe edge AI capabilities.
Tuesday, November 27
Millennials, roughly ranging in age from 21 to 34, may seem relatively young and inexperienced in comparison to baby boomers.
Seismic hired John McCauley, the former director of finance for ServiceNow, as its first CFO.
The U.S. Air Force awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $490 million contract to build three Global Hawk autonomous spy aircraft for Japan under a foreign military sale.
Light industrial, office and warehouse project will be 132,450 square feet
AUTOS: New Car Report Shows Toyota And Honda Top Sellers
Electric vehicles are making inroads in San Diego County.
San Diego-based Jecure Therapeutics and its inflammatory disease platform has been snapped up by Genentech, it was announced Nov. 27.
Long-term care center converted to rehabilitation hospital
Biomatrica — started in 2005 by husband-and-wife scientists who invented a preservative for keeping DNA and other biological samples at room temperature — was acquired last month by Exact Sciences Corp.
Arena Pharmaceuticals on Nov. 15 announced a drug licensing deal that provides the company with ample cash to devote to other medicines in its pipeline.
Monday, November 26
San Diego-based AI startup Brain Corp. plans to launch a new autonomous vacuum cleaner in Japan.
Cubic Corp. announced on Nov. 26 that it plans to make a follow-on offering of 3.3 million shares of common stock, partially to pay for its October acquisition of Trafficware.
Mitek System's CFO rescinded his resignation from the San Diego software company.
Procopio is seeking more startups to join its incubator for tech startups, LaunchPad.
In 2014, pharmaceutical Shire bought San Diego company Lumena and its lead drug candidate, called maralixibat. Now maralixibat is back in the hands of former Lumena talent.
A team of Salk Institute researchers has been awarded $19.2 million to study interactions among brain systems thought to underlie disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. Sparking new therapies is another goal.
High demand for biotech startup space convinced BioLabs San Diego to open a second facility in the UTC area of San Diego.
Sunday, November 25
PROPERTY: Development Co. Enters With Plans, Experience
A Boston development company — Longfellow Real Estate Partners — that specializes in developing life science campuses is establishing its first West Coast presence in San Diego with the $112 million purchase of 12-buildings in Sorrento Valley.
San Diego’s Dexcom will pay $250 million in stock to Verily – a subsidiary of Google parent company Alphabet – as part an amended deal.
Symbotic, a company that develops autonomous robots for warehouses, will close its plant in Oceanside.
TRAVEL: Incubator Looks to Help Cos. and Airports Tap Innovation
A small crowd filed in between the baggage claim and ticket desks at the San Diego International Airport. It wasn’t part of the airport’s annual Thanksgiving rush, but arrived instead to watch five startups deliver their pitches.
How many irons do you have in your fire? Probably not as many as Dylan Whitman.
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Challenged Athletes Foundation announced it raised $3.2 million during a two week period in October 2018 as a result of three signature fundraising events: The Million Dollar Challenge Bike Ride, Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge and YMCA of San Diego County Tour de Cove.
With construction just starting on his $1.5 billion development along the downtown San Diego waterfront, developer Doug Manchester has hung up a for lease sign.
Two new affordable housing projects are in the works, including a $172 million East Village mixed-use project by Father Joe’s Villages and Chelsea Investment Corp. that will have 273 apartments and a new home for the Head Start Program.
PROPERTY: Central Location Is Selling Point For Last-Mile Uses
Five Kearny Mesa industrial buildings that were once home to the aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney have been transformed into an office and warehouse campus.
Finding funding is tough. The challenge can be especially daunting as a startup seeking its first investor to write a check. Four San Diego founders shared their advice for landing that first deal.
Over the past year, there has been continued speculation that mainland Chinese consumers will continue to decrease their commercial property purchases in San Diego and nationwide amid the Chinese government’s stricter capital controls, tightened regulatory scrutiny, China’s economic slowdown and the country’s escalating trade war with the U.S.
SERVICE: Contractors Play Big Role in $30B Market
Sayed Ali’s face is something to behold. Ten seconds ago, a reporter asked him for the most obscure language his business deals in. Taking a few steps through his Scripps Ranch office, he stops at a low cubicle wall and consults the woman on the other side.
DINING: Food, Art and Welcoming Environment Make an Impression
When San Diego-bred brothers Alex and Eric Adler first had the idea of opening a Mexican-inspired restaurant almost a decade ago, their immediate inclination was to create an upgraded version of the traditional Southern California hole-in-the-wall taco shop.
The San Diego International Airport is looking to make parking, and hauling luggage between trips, less of a pain. Its new Airport Innovation Lab graduated its first cohort of startups Nov. 14, all of which focused on improving one of these two pain points.
The drive into the neighborhood known as the “Muirlands” in La Jolla is a rich visual journey into its early architectural history and a foretaste of its evolving future.
ScaleMatrix, a San Diego-based data center company and provider of colocation services, launched a partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) on Nov. 13.
Cubic Corp. scored big wins in fiscal 2018, pulling down contracts for mass-transit fare collection systems in New York, Boston, the San Francisco Bay Area and Brisbane, Australia.
Home sales were up ever-so-slightly in October in San Diego County compared with September but still lag far behind where they were a year ago, according to the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors.
Thursday, November 22
Years of steady growth carried Certona from its beginnings as a tech startup in small warehouse space to one of San Diego’s top software companies.
A San Diego cybersecurity company named a new CEO on Nov. 20, after making its founder chief technology officer of the company.
FINANCE: Banks Back Efforts; Infrastructure and Housing Part of the Plans
Many years into the future, when out-of-town visitors decide they want to grab a great bowl of pho, they may head en masse to San Diego’s Little Saigon district — just as today’s tourists go to Little Italy for pasta.
With its sawtooth roofline and its big, multipaned windows, the old Consolidated aircraft factory looks like something from a black-and-white movie. The U.S. Navy, which owns it, thinks the 48.7 acres beneath it could go to a better use. The same goes for 21.8 acres nearby holding a warehouse and parking lot.
Mission Valley is about to undergo a surge in office redevelopment.
Tuesday, November 20
Silvergate Bank's parent company, Silvergate Capital, filed for a $50 million IPO on Friday.
SOFTWARE: More Than 100 Data Points Tracked In Brewing Biz Processes
Water, hops, grain and yeast. Pulkit Agrawal became familiar with beer’s four main components while working for San Diego’s largest brewery, Ballast Point.
The San Diego Business Journal and charity partner, the American Heart Association, will recognize women business leaders who have contributed significantly to San Diego’s workplaces and communities at an event next month.
Change is blowing through DJO Global, after the medical device company announced plans this summer to relocate from San Diego to Texas. Then came news on Nov. 19 that DJO was acquired for $3.15 billion.
Chris Hughes, who recently served as president and CEO, will assume the role of Executive Director.
Elliott Management Corp., the activist investor whose portfolio company is trying to acquire Mitek Systems Inc., urged Mitek to lift a measure that could prevent a hostile takeover.
Prior to joining the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, Schanzenbach served as CEO of the Vista Chamber of Commerce since 2009.
Property includes land available for future development.
Monday, November 19
FOOD: As Eateries Struggle To Make Profit With Tech, Ghost Restaurants Open
The boom in food delivery apps available in San Diego has mushroomed exponentially the last several years. And, data shows they aren’t going away anytime soon.
San Diego’s high flying digital banking trendsetter has made it to another peak, this one on top floors of the Pacifica Tower at The Plaza office center in UTC.
Good customer service goes a long way. Just ask Green Guard Services Inc. President and CEO Nathan Leathers.
Cibus – a San Diego company that uses gene editing to select desirable plant traits – is seeking $100 million through an initial public offering.
Elliot Ehrich, previously with Alkermes Plc, is the new chief medical officer of San Diego biotech startup Expansion Therapeutics.
Sunday, November 18
Airspace Technologies, a Carlsbad logistics startup, closed a $20M series B round.
The team’s inaugural home game will now be on Jan. 12, against the Rochester Knighthawks at Valley View Casino Center.
LEGAL: Key Legal Rulings Are Expected in 2019
Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc.’s all-out patent war faces a legal crossroads next year.
MEDICINE: Co. Following Own Path on Investors, Valuation
Samumed emerged two years ago with a mission of regenerating hair, skin and joints, valued at a head-turning $12 billion.
Four San Diego investors launched their own reality TV show, "VCs in a Van," showing how startup investments take place offstage.
Rancho Bernardo-based LRAD Corp. said it received a $3.2 million order from the National Guard for an undisclosed number of 100X MAG-HS kits, one of its high-decibel sound systems able to send intelligible communications over very long distances.
Employment in the life sciences sector in San Diego County rose 15.4 percent year over year, according to a recent report.
More than 300 people attended the third annual benefit concert for Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas recently at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach.
PROPERTY: Strong Labor Market, San Diego’s Popularity Stoke Momentum
Commercial real estate in general is booming in San Diego, with many brokers expecting a strong finish to 2018 in most sectors.
Forecast 3D liked its new, industrial-sized printing machines so much, it got more.
San Diego neighborhoods that were hardest hit by the housing crisis have yet to recover.
A prime piece of Sorrento Valley real estate has been scooped up by Westcore Properties, which is still figuring out what to do with it.
Leaders of San Diego startup and investment organizations shared what they are working on to advance representation through their work, and what opportunities they see in San Diego. They shared their thoughts during a Nov. 13 panel discussion hosted at Connect’s offices downtown.
Thursday, November 15
Arena Pharmaceuticals on Nov. 15 announced a drug licensing deal that provides the company with ample cash to devote to other medicines in its pipeline.
San Diego County faces a steep challenge when it comes to preparing enough workers with the right skills to fill high-tech jobs in the coming decade, a recent study found.
FISHING: Awarded Grant To Promote Consumption Of Wider Selection of Fish
One fish, two fish .... The Dr. Seuss storybook title pretty much sums up how Dave Rudie came across his latest fish discovery: opah.
For Solana Beach resident, Sheila Olinger, the convenience of flying out of an airport that is smaller, closer to home and has $5 all-day parking made taking the first-ever California Pacific Airlines flight Nov. 2 from Carlsbad’s McClellan-Palomar Airport a no-brainer.
PROPERTY: Older Homeowners Can Use Equity in Home for Move
Senior living projects are popping up at an increasing rate in San Diego County as developers hope to tap an exploding market which many said is vastly underserved.
San Diego data center company ScaleMatrix will partner with Hewlett Packard Enterprises to open a new center for hybrid high-performance computing.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. announced it has reached a deal to provide its MQ-9 unmanned aircraft to Australia. GA-ASI builds its Predator family of aircraft in Poway.
Tim Scott, CEO of TEGA Therapeutics, will serve as Connect's new chair of the board of directors.
Cubic Corp. closed out its 2018 fiscal year reporting annual net income of $12.3 million on record net sales of $1.2 billion. It said it expects sales to grow in fiscal 2019.
Wednesday, November 14
Japan sticks out as San Diego biotech’s most valuable international trading partner. Elsewhere in Asia, regional biotechs like Tocagen are gaining a foothold in China through partnerships with Chinese firms.
San Diego investor Shayne Skaff has launched a new incubator for software and data science companies. Dubbed, “the Sandbox,” the program is aimed exclusively at software-as-a-service companies, machine learning, and other data-heavy applications.
StemGenex Biologic Laboratories recently drew a warning letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration over manufacturing practices and the marketing of an unapproved stem cell therapy.
San Diego County stands to get approximately $450 million worth of work from the Pentagon’s latest order for F-35 Lightning II aircraft, also known as the Joint Strike Fighter. The main beneficiary is Northrop Grumman.
25-year-old Adler is the only local entrepreneur to make the list this year.
The 13-page review shows the local wine industry generated $50 million in overall economic impact, a $19.6 million increase from 2016.
Starting in January, Petco will remove dog and cat foods and treats with artificial ingredients from store shelves and e-commerce.
Tuesday, November 13
With a pipeline that activates tumor-fighting immune cells, Synthorx looks to raise $100 million through an initial public offering.
PRODUCTION: Battery Maker Increases Revenue, Monitors Tariff Situation
Like any good salesman, J.D. Johnson reacted when he heard on the early morning news that Lime was having trouble with its scooter batteries.
Longtime homeless advocate Michael McConnell announced that he has transferred his share of ownership in San Diego Coin & Bullion to co-owner Chad Martin in order to devote more time to his civic passion and quest to develop permanent housing solutions.
PROPERTY: Chelsea, Affiliate Prove Themselves on Projects
As a college student, Jim Schmid wanted to become a history professor.
San Diego-based Calpine Energy Solutions LLC received a three-year, $67.3 million contract to deliver retail electricity and ancillary services to U.S. Navy bases in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Maryland and California.
The San Diego-based company recently experienced growth in its Japanese clientele, which includes several large pharmaceuticals.
Shortboard surfing, 3X3 basketball, beach handball and individual kata have all hosted qualification events already.
Monday, November 12
Kaer Biotherapeutics of Escondido received a $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to help develop a device for people who can't breathe.
It was shortly before the Great Recession of 2008-2009 that Tracy Zemke, founder of Personal Touch Dining catering company, switched her business’ focus from corporate events to weddings.
An investment fund created by three San Diego college students invested $1 million into a Los Angeles cannabinoid therapeutics company.
Conectric, a San Diego startup, started off designing sensors to reduce hotels' energy costs. Now, it's developing a blockchain IoT solution with a Swiss company.
Classy, a San Diego-based fundraising platform for nonprofits, recently crossed the $1 billion mark in funds raised — a major milestone for the company.
Sunday, November 11
San Diego-based Heron Therapeutics recently reported a quarterly loss of $38.3 million, or 49 cents per share.
The temporary closure will affect approximately 115 employees, although Phil’s is offering limited opportunities to work at other locations.
San Diego medical device startup Triple W was honored by CES for its wearable device intended to help users with urinary incontinence.
The Helping Heroes annual campaign will help cover training and placement of former shelter dogs with veterans with physical and emotional disabilities like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
HEALTH: Region Has Talent, Grants, And Track Record for Fight
In a race to combat antibiotic resistance, big pharma bailed. Investors are skeptical. But Forge Therapeutics isn’t deterred.
Bridgepoint Education Inc., the San Diego company specializing in postsecondary education, reported net income of $4.3 million on revenue of $114.9 million during the third quarter.
The ninth annual Miracle Babies gala, themed “Minuit à Versailles,” took place recently at the Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa.
Renovating a Sorrento Mesa office building paid off in a big way for Montana Avenue Capital Partners, LLC.
The drive northward up Ingraham Drive from Garnet Avenue in Pacific Beach quickly rises from about 70 feet above sea level to nearly 300 feet above sea level in just under one mile. As Ingraham Drive turns into La Jolla’s Foothill Drive, off to the east is a secluded neighborhood of homes with drop dead coastline and bay views.
San Diego has untapped potential to contribute to the local economy among millennials, veterans, women and minorities, a recent analysis produced by the San Diego Regional Chamber Foundation has found.
DEFENSE: Study Forecasts Additional 3.7% Growth In Fiscal 2019
Sailors and Marines. Ships, aircraft and military machinery. That is San Diego, yesterday and today.
Thursday, November 8
With a third-quarter net loss of $9.7 million on revenue of $33.7 million, ultracapacitor-maker Maxwell Technologies Inc. hopes a changing business model means better times ahead.
DEFENSE: Knowing Inside Machinations Helps in Planning
Every year, San Diego defense and aerospace companies spend six-figure sums on lobbyists, who represent their clients before government leaders in Washington, D.C.
After a record-smashing John G. Watson Quick Pitch competition, the three entities that went in on this year’s contest are aiming for an even taller goal.
PROPERTY: Tech Cos. Pursue Young Talent, Vibrant Environment
A rash of new apartment construction in downtown San Diego is having an unexpected side effect of ratcheting up demand for downtown office space.
Certona, a fast-growing San Diego software company, moved into a new Sorrento Valley headquarters.
Building is the latest of several recent acquisitions by Irvine Co.
Wednesday, November 7
GOVERNMENT: From Reimbursement to Education, Efforts Made
Samumed has yet to put a drug on the market, but the company wants the ear of osteoarthritis policymakers and advocacy groups.
ENERGY: With Most All Moves Regulated, Co. Weighs In on Issues
Lighting San Diego’s homes. Moving electricity around California and Texas. Sending natural gas through pipelines. Building infrastructure to export liquefied natural gas to foreign ports. Those are only part of what Sempra Energy does to stay in business.
San Diego-based Mirum Pharmaceuticals surfaced Nov. 7 with a $120 million Series A round – and plans to take a liver drug candidate into final-stage clinical trials.
Sempra Energy reported earnings of $274 million, or 99 cents per share, on total revenues of $2.94 billion in the third quarter of 2018. It also announced new customers for its liquefied natural gas (LNG) export business.
Qualcomm Inc. beat analyst expectations with its fourth-quarter financial results, but offered weak guidance for next year, with the absence of purchases and licensing fees from Apple Inc.
The positions being eliminated are in areas including IT, finance & accounting, supply chain, and in the human resources and legal departments, company spokesperson Brian Luscomb said.
The store, located in Santa Margarita Towne Center, marks the seventh stand-alone mattress location following the success of previous stores.
Tuesday, November 6
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc., which builds electronics and drones, reported net income of $1.7 million, or 2 cents per share, on total revenues of $159.4 million in the third quarter.
TECH: Qualcomm’s Tech Operates in Heavily Regulated Climate
With its $6 million lobbying budget for 2018, Qualcomm Inc.’s spending to date far outpaced its industry peers.
During an exclusive hard-hat tour in October of the then soon-to-be-opened $10 million Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse at the InterContinental San Diego hotel in downtown, general manager Michael Manoocheri stated: “There are steakhouses in every corner in this area, but, we hope to stand out by the ambience we’ve created.”
Thanks to Stephanie Brown and The Rosie Network, for the second straight year we handed out the coolest business trophies in the market at our recent Veteran & Military Entrepreneur Conference and Awards.
Dexcom’s revenue and net income shot up in quarter three results after the successful launch of its G6 diabetes monitoring system.
A U.S. district judge ruled in favor of the FTC in its antitrust case against Qualcomm.
San Diego biotech Neurocrine reported $151.8 million in quarter three revenue, a 150 percent year-over-year increase.
Monday, November 5
The City of San Diego, CyberTECH and ConsenSys will launch an accelerator program and pitch competition for smart city startups.
San Diego-based MEI Pharma licensed its drug candidate to Japanese company Kyowa Hakko Kirin, receiving $10 million up front, with an additional $87.5 million in development milestones and sales royalties possible if the drug wins approval in Japan.
HEALTH: Aim Is to Rely Less on NIH and More on Its Programs
Scripps Research’s latest annual statement shows a higher operating deficit than years past, but management predicted stronger financials amid a shift in direction.
Viasat Inc. has given UC San Diego’s Design Lab $250,000 to support the lab’s Center for Design-Driven Transformation. The center, in turn, will help Viasat transform its business processes.
Medical device company ResMed looks to expand its software-as-a-service business through a recently announced acquisition.
Cohu Inc. reported net income of $4.8 million or 16 cents per share on net sales of $86.2 million during the third quarter. The Poway based corporation also offered an update on its acquisition of Massachusetts-based Xcerra.
Mitek's board rejected ASG Technologies' takeover bid for $425 million.
Sunday, November 4
As an accountant, Mark Gleiberman dabbled in real estate in the mid-1980s — developing a triplex and a nine-unit apartment building in San Diego’s College area.
Illumina is poised to acquire niche competitor Pacific Biosciences for $1.2 billion, a deal analysts say would fortify Illumina’s dominance in genomic sequencing.
Tom Eaton, CEO of local startup Nivin, is looking to get the advertising company for software dealers back on track.
Growth in seven states helped push San Diego-based Guild Mortgage Co. ahead of its peers during the first three quarters of 2018. Total volume grew 9.3 percent to $12.75 billion.
Viasat Inc. plans to deliver artificial intelligence and machine learning to soldiers on the battlefield. The question I had was why.
TECH: Co. Doesn’t See Good Fit With Most Likely Buyer
Mitek Systems Inc. adopted a shareholder rights plan that could make a company takeover a tough pill to swallow.
A Little Italy office building that’s undergoing a major overhaul got its first tenant with renovation work still far from finished.
San Diego’s largest contemporary fine art show, Art San Diego, kicked off its 10th Anniversary with IMPACT night, a VIP Preview Party hosted by sponsor UBS Financial Services. The evening raised funds for Rady Children’s Hospital, Monarch School, HEAL and Generation Hope. The show was held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds’ Wyland Center.
The home at the bottom of 15th Street across from Seagrove Park in Del Mar is an archetype of the best of Del Mar’s past merged with its dynamic current spirit.
Halozyme Therapeutics is expanding the reach of its platform that delivers drugs under the skin, intended to do away with lengthy infusions.
Saving enough money to make a down payment on a single-family home in San Diego is far more challenging than in many other major cities, and much harder than it used to be.
South County will get a new affordable apartment project with the 42-unit Pacific at Playa del Sol in Otay Mesa at the corner of Ocean View Hills Parkway and Avenida Playa del Sol.
Early October, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved the McClellan-Palomar Airport master plan update. The 20-year plan includes: installation of an engineered materials arresting system at both ends of the runway at the Carlsbad airport; shifting the runway to the north by 123 feet to increase the separation distance between the runway and the taxiway; and extending the runway, possibly in phases, by up to 800 feet for a maximum of 5,700 feet.
Ever have a taste for a whisky on the rocks while searching for your shirt size in a store rack? Or the desire to have a rum-and-Coke cocktail while at a shopping center common area?
For Marco Terenghi, chief commercial officer of Olli Salumeria, making salami for the Oceanside-based company is like a scientific experiment for general relativity.
Thursday, November 1
Arcimoto Inc., which produces three-wheeled electric vehicles capable of carrying two people, said it plans to open a rental location, showroom and charging station at 630 10th Avenue in downtown San Diego.
Fast-growing startup Cloudbeds opened its new headquarters in Banker Hill.
Viasat Inc. saw its second quarter revenue grow to $517.5 million from $393.1 million in the same quarter one year ago, an increase of 31.6 percent. Shares rose 11 percent.
Illumina is poised to acquire Pacific Biosciences for $1.2 billion, a deal Illumina says will pave the way for a more complete view of the genome.
ASG Technologies Group made public its offer for Mitek Systems, valued at $425 million.
AMN Healthcare reported jumps in revenue, gross profit and other metrics in quarter three results, boosting the company’s stock.