FINANCE: Co. Doesn’t Expect Any Change to U.S. Tax Assessment
San Diego-based ResMed is challenging an Australian Taxation Office assessment saying the company owes $190.1 million.
Carlsbad-based FMT Consultants announces acquisition.
PROPERTY: Tools Help Gauge Interest, Seriousness
Back in 1999 when Real Capital Markets got started, there wasn’t much to the company.
PRODUCTION: Co. to Pursue System Solutions, Teams With SDG&E
It seems San Diego-based Maxwell Technologies Inc., which develops and manufactures ultracapacitor-based energy storage and power delivery solutions, has both hands on the wheel when it comes to providing that technology to the automotive industry.
The first open fare payment system in that country allows passengers to pay for travel using contactless credit cards and mobile wallets.
Startup cites virtual reality's "slow start" and high-profile hardware startup failures as factors in inability to raise additional money.
The 9879 Carmel Mountain Road site is one of two locations the couple plans to open in San Diego.
The technology being developed would offer faster connectivity for a "fraction of the cost" of fiber, the companies said.
DEFENSE: Viasat Using Commercial Model to Bring Such Capabilities Forward
Big Data has become a major component in the civilian world.
Product Liability Becomes Focus, Legal Services May Be a Bigger Market Than They Are Today
Embracing an emerging field of law, the Tyson & Mendes civil litigation firm has launched a practice aimed at defending the insurers and manufacturers of self-driving cars.
INNOVATION: Potential For Abuses Is Huge as Machines Make Decisions
In the near future, attorneys and the court system will be challenged to sort out who is liable when products equipped with artificial intelligence cause harm to persons or property.
Mobile Industrial Robots (MIR) announced the opening of an office in San Diego, led by Nicholas Temple, which marks the company’s second office in the U.S.