The pharma giant is betting on Ignyta's cancer drug, entrectinib, which is intended to treat patients with rare cancers.
Qualcomm has started tests of technology that will help autonomous vehicles navigate safely, though a spokesman said a driver is still in the seat.
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This month San Diego Hardware entered its 125th year of business, making it the seventh longest continuously operating business in the city.
Carlsbad’s Ionis Pharmaceuticals and Biogen have expanded their collaboration to identify new drug candidates for the treatment of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
The Pentagon is asking Northrop Grumman Corp. for more of its JCREW signal jammers.
Revenue for fiscal 2017 was $20.3 million and grew from $16.4 million in fiscal 2016.
Elliott Management Corp., a hedge fund with a stake in NXP Semiconductors, says Qualcomm should pay $135 per share.
The Carlsbad drugmaker has licensed what’s being called a groundbreaking treatment following promising early trial results.
Anzu Partners, a private equity and venture capital firm that recently closed a $128.4 million fund to invest in industrial technology companies, has opened an office in La Jolla.
Starburst brought young aerospace companies together with potential funding sources.
the pharmaceuticals company has submitted an application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration seeking to begin human testing of a drug and product combo for treating opioid overdoses.
The debate over the future of Qualcomm Inc. turned into a power struggle on Dec. 4, when Broadcom Ltd. nominated candidates for all 11 seats on Qualcomm’s board of directors.
In attempting to work with the state of California to craft cannabis regulations mandated by Proposition 64, several tribes hoped for the type of collaborative engagement and respectful dialogue experienced by our native counterparts in Nevada and Washington.
Sommetrics has added Raymond Huggenberger to its board of directors and Randall Whitfield to its advisory board.
The CPUC denied a San Diego Gas & Electric request to bill ratepayers $379 million in damages related to the 2007 wildfires.