Qualcomm Inc.'s board is about to give CEO Steve Mollenkopf a raise because of the way his team has navigated through recent challenges, according to a Sept. 19 report from Bloomberg News.
BREWING: Canning Co. Adds Sleeves to Its Services
When Matt Woempner wanted a change in career from the high-tech world a few years ago, he didn’t turn to his financial advisor. Instead, he tapped a couple of buddies from his soccer team for guidance.
Mark Dankberg will be inducted in the Connect Entrepreneur Hall of Fame at the organization’s 31st annual Most Innovative New Product Awards on Nov. 29 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine.
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Fashion brands have always tried to harness the California lifestyle, but very few actually live it.
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For Rick Backus, chief executive officer and founder of San Diego-based CPC Strategy, a little reinvention has gone a long way for his online marketing agency.
Laura Shawver — perhaps best known as the CEO of Synthorx — launched the Clearity Foundation after her own experience with ovarian cancer.
Moving on from two thwarted M&A deals, Qualcomm Inc. is preparing to appoint two new directors, Reuters reported on Sept. 18, citing unnamed sources.
Nominations to recognize the local business world’s most important women business leaders are open.
Richman has a background in advising and representing clients in segments like business law, risk management, research, contract law, state and federal administrative and regulatory law.
United Therapeutics Corporation gained North American licensing rights to a lung disease drug from San Diego’s Samumed in a deal announced Sept. 17.
Sempra Energy has signed a deal with activist investors Elliott Management Corp. and Bluescape Energy Partners LLC, agreeing to seat two new board members among other provisions.
Kevin Gunderson was employee No. 7 of 6,000 at Illumina. He led the company’s advanced research group for almost 18 years, helping create its first $1 billion product line.
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San Diegans feel the warmth of the sun on their backs, the soothing onshore breezes and a definite lightness to their paychecks.
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Though San Diego may think of itself as green, the green may stem from jealousy over the performance of other cities when it comes to having environmentally sensitive office space.
In 2000, the cost to sequence a genome stood at $100 million.
The company compared 182 U.S. cities based on 65 key metrics, including movie costs, open hours of breweries and fitness centers per capita.