ServiceNow Inc., the enterprise cloud computing software company that was born in San Diego and then moved to Silicon Valley, has acquired another San Diego business, Telepathy. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a $163.2 million deal to provide extended-range supplemental production hardware for the Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft.
Local drugmaker Viking Therapeutics has inked two agreements with a Chicago-based investor that will give the La Jolla company access to $16.25 million in funds.
Carlsbad-based Callaway Golf Co. said Sept. 26 that it has extended its relationship with golfer Phil Mickelson.
Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. said early this week that it and partner Boeing Co. have begun construction of two of the ViaSat-3 class satellites.
A local scientist has received a $10.8 million grant to pursue research that may result in a new class of medicine to treat cocaine and nicotine addiction.
A binational delegation of 160 San Diego and Baja California business leaders, community partners and elected officials, including six mayors, will travel to the nation’s capital to advocate for cross-border priorities such as trade and immigration.
LRAD Corp. named its interim CFO, Dennis Klahn, to the post permanently.
Marijuana will soon be legal across California. However, here in San Diego, there’s still one big cartel left vying for control over the local industry: the United Medical Marijuana Coalition.
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Lighting typically represents less than 1 percent of a building’s cost, while it casts a much bigger impact on ambience.
Northrop Grumman Corp. stands to gain an even higher profile in San Diego if the Virginia-based company completes its $9.2 billion acquisition of Orbital ATK.
Having proven that clean energy can be a strong economic driver, San Diego has committed to achieving 100 percent renewable energy from sources like solar, wind, and geothermal energy by 2035. We believe the rest of the state can and should follow San Diego’s lead.
A 2.3 percent excise tax on all medical devices sold in the U.S. could resume in 2018, sparking a renewed push among San Diego’s medtech hub to scrap the measure.
San Diego drugmaker Halozyme Inc. has bagged two separate deals to partner its technology with Big Pharma drugs, adding $135 million to the company’s coffers and nearly $2 billion in potential future income.
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Without brewing a drop of beer themselves, several San Diego County companies — such as dispensing-systems provider TapCraft and temperature-gauging tech maker Reotemp Instruments Corp. — are enjoying the spillover benefits of the region’s still-burgeoning craft brewing industry.