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Cyclopure Takes Aim at Tap Water Market, Raises $4 Million

INNOVATION: Plans to Bring Water Test Kit To Market in Next YearEncinitas- based water purification startup Cyclopure raised a $4 million round led by Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs.

Maternity Clothes Co. Gets Moms Onboard

RETAIL: Company Expects to Make $15.6 Million in 2019

Kindred Bravely is an Oceanside-based company that makes nursing and maternity clothes for new and expecting moms.

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After IPO, Silvergate Considers Its Next Moves

banking: CEO Mulls Foreign Exchange Services, More Crypto-Currency Options

Illumina Inc. reported $907 million in third quarter revenue, a 6% year-over-year increase.

Grants Give Researchers Tools To Tackle Problems

Oceanographers Team Up to Examine Toxic Algae Blooms

Toxic algae blooms. Injuries from nerve damage. Brain disorders- these are problems San Diego researchers hope to better understand.

Company Tastes Success With Dehydrated Bone Broth

RETAIL: Portability Sells; Revenue Expected To Be $10 Million in 2019

According to Global Market Insights Inc., the worldwide bone broth market will be worth more than $2.8 billion by 2024.

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Jacobs, Rady Schools Form Accelerator

TECH: Altman Will Help With Commercialization, Clinical Trials

Medical device startups with ties to the UC San Diego will soon be able to take advantage of a new accelerator program offered by the Institute of the Global Entrepreneur.

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Choose Wisely When It Comes to Corporate Structure

STARTUPS: Taxes, Time and Earnings Are All Part of Selection

It’s important to start off on the right foot, and for most startups, that means incorporating.

Teradata’s new CEO Out After Less Than a Year

Executive Chairman Victor Lund will serve as interim CEO.

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‘Crypto-Friendly’ Bank Silvergate Makes Public Debut on NYSE

Silvergate priced its IPO at $12 per share.

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Red & White Market Officially Closes, Sells Building

After closing its doors to the public late September, the building that housed Red & White Market on South Oceanside was sold by Red & White Properties for nearly $2.5 million early November.

San Diego MTS Launches Zero-Emission Bus Pilot Program

According to a spokesperson, MTS deployed six battery-electric buses and is currently testing on routes 1, 2, 4, 10, 13, 815, 905 and 936, with the goal is for public transit agencies to gradually transition to 100% zero-emission bus fleets by 2040.

Seismic Acquires Marketing Software Company Percolate

The deal will boost Seismic's headcount to 800 employees.

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ResMed Reports 16% Increase In Q1 Revenue

BIOTECH: CEO Reports Balanced Growth Across Co.’s Businesses

In first quarter earnings ResMed posted $681.1 million in revenue, a 16% year-over-year increase.

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Pitch Competition Draws Innovative Crowd of Companies

Just Participating Can Lead to Investments Later

AgTools, an Irvine-based startup developing supply chain software for the agriculture industry, took home the $50,000 at the competition.

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Eastridge Workforce Solutions Honors Late Founder’s Vision by Becoming Employee-Owned

Eastridge Workforce Solutions began offering its employees stock ownership in January.

How Best to Raise Funding as a First-Time Founder

startups: Have a Plan Of Where You Are Going, And How to Get There

It’s a problem that almost every founder faces at some point in their business.

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