Taking a step against counterfeiters and cheats, Qualcomm Inc. has produced software to identify counterfeit, illegal and stolen mobile devices, making it freely available.
Shares reached a 52-week high as Qualcomm Inc. announced plans to buy back an additional $16 billion in stock.
Four new startups have been accepted into the EvoNexus incubator program, and the founders of each have agreed to give the nonprofit organization a stake in their companies in exchange for participation.
North County Aims for Vibrant And Growing Coworking Culture While Adapting to Area’s Limitations
When Brendan Foote and his colleagues at Bloc wanted to expand their coworking company, they went to Carlsbad.
ECONOMY: Eco Friendly Crop Would Sell to Chefs, Ranchers and Farmers
Early last year, Leslie Booher and Torre Polizzi, founders of Sunken Seaweed LLC., made their way down to Ensenada, Mexico, and snuck into the Offshore Mariculture Conference, all in hopes of meeting Paula Sylvia, the Port of San Diego’s program manager of aquaculture, and speak with her about their desire to help preserve kelp in California.
San Diego-based CalPrivate Bank has received federal approval to open a location in El Segundo, where it will serve the South Bay region of Los Angeles County.
The board of directors at Sempra Energy has named CEO Jeffrey Martin chairman, effective Dec. 1.
UC San Diego has again landed at No. 26 on Pitchbook’s annual list of the top 50 universities that are producing venture capital-backed entrepreneurs.
The Pentagon has awarded Viasat as much as $560 million worth of work over eight years.
The San Diego Food Funders, a funding collaborative of San Diego Grantmakers, provided grants of $356,000 to in-school and out-of-school youth meals programs in San Diego County to improve access to nutritious food for youth of all ages in low- to middle-income communities.
Sempra Energy’s board of directors declared quarterly dividends for three classes of stock on Sept. 6.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said Sept. 4 that it received a U.S. Navy contract that could be worth as much as $67.5 million over five years.
Cubic Corp. is promoting Michael Knowles to president of its Global Defense business division, as well as corporate senior vice president.
UCSD was the only local institution to make the list.