CalciMedica focuses on calcium release-activated calcium (CRAC) channel drug discovery and development for the treatment of acute and chronic inflammatory diseases.
But the company won't say whether his departure was prompted by the widespread layoffs that are underway.
The report showed earnings of $358 million, a $94 million drop from last year's first quarter.
AG: More Selective Market Leads to Demand For Co.’s Organic Produce
Growing organic bananas runs in her family.
Escondido’s Stone Brewing Co. announced on May 7 the official opening of its 9,500 square-foot restaurant and 10-barrel brewing facility in Napa, California.
Regulators in China are also set to determine the fate of Qualcomm's effort to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV, a Netherlands-based chip maker known for its automotive semiconductors, for more than $40 billion.
ECONOMY: Surveys Show Optimism Nearly Unchanged from 2017
San Diego craft brewers are still confident about the future of locally-made beer even as they worry about competition and market saturation.
The new corporate headquarters saw the relocation of 150 staff.
RESOURCE: Water Reuse and Desalination Tech Is in Demand
Technology invented by IDE Technologies, an Israeli-owned water treatment company that has its Americas region headquarters in Carlsbad, is being used in demonstration projects in California that could change how the drought-prone state approaches wastewater reuse — and present the company with even more business opportunities.
ECONOMY: Creation Of Specialty Beer Hard To Swallow for Some
Ballast Point Brewing Co., which got its start in San Diego more than 20 years ago with a small group of homebrewers, is looking to give back to the city that gave the company a chance to grow.
The company plans to start selling its low-calorie pints at stores in Canada this month.
The company said its quarterly earnings incurred $310 million in charges related to its $1 billion cost-cutting plan announced in January.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) will cut 1,231 jobs in San Diego.
BREWING: Brand, Story and Taste May Not Travel Well
The sale of San Diego-based Green Flash Brewing Co. may have come as a surprise to local craft beer consumers, but industry experts say it holds lessons for other brewers in understanding market forces and the complexities of expansion.