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Kyocera Corp., the Kyoto, Japan-based conglomerate that has been in San Diego since 1971, said it consolidated some of its recently acquired businesses into its main subsidiary here, Kyocera America.
StartUp San Diego has set June 17-21 for its second annual San Diego Startup Week.
Two San Diego companies have announced new chief financial officers.
Novatel Wireless Inc.’s technology supporting usage-based insurance, or UBI, will be used by Chipin B.V. in serving the Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg markets, the companies announced.
Carlsbad-based Alternative Energy Systems Consulting Inc. is installing intelligent electric vehicle charging systems at University of California, San Diego.
San Diego-based SmartDriveSystems’ event recording system will be rolled out across the nationwide fleet operated by logistics provider Kenco, according to an announcement from SmartDrive.
San Diego-based Peregrine Semiconductor Inc. announced on April 9 that it plans to introduce its UltraCMOS Global 1 microchip to the Chinese telecom market.
The U.S. Navy claims that it has produced a hydrocarbon fuel made from seawater. Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory said they demonstrated the concept in mid-2013, using the fuel to fly a scale model airplane with a stock, two-stroke engine.
TECH: Business Model Includes Annual Fees From Schools, Donation Feature
College taught A.J. Agrawal a fair amount, but the young tech CEO said he got quite an education after graduation, when he had to cold-call hundreds of colleges.
TECH: Investors Get Chance for Informal Networking, Discussion
The leaders behind a new software-centric forum called Swarm, which seeks to bring local entrepreneurs and investors together, hope the event can reverse a disturbing trend they’re seeing.
Innovation: McKee Brings Experience in Biotech, Finance to Nonprofit Role
Greg McKee started his career as an investment banker and moved on to a series of executive jobs in biotechnology, before returning to banking.
TECH: Co. Targets China, Seeks to Increase Its Patents
Change seems to be a constant at DivX LLC, which got new owners this month.
EcoATM, the maker of automated kiosks for trading in unwanted cellphones which was acquired by Outerwall for $350 million last year, named Maria Stipp as new president.
Semiconductor maker Qualcomm Inc. authorized an increased dividend as its stock flourishes.
Antenna technology firm Airgain Inc. has traded its North County space for a more centrally located headquarters.