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Sempra Energy said Sept. 21 its Mexican subsidiary, Ienova, has received antitrust clearance to buy a 50 percent equity interest in pipeline builder and operator Gasoductos de Chihuahua.
TECH: MindTouch’s B2B Service Creates Positive and Useful Customer Connection
It takes a special talent to spin straw into gold.
San Diego-based public relations and marketing agency KCD PR has acquired Wall & Broadway, a boutique consulting firm that specializes in clients in the fintech sector, the company announced this week.
Novatel Wireless has agreed to sell its MiFi wireless hotspot business for $50 million cash.
San Diego-based Tealium Inc. said on Sept. 21 that it received an additional $35 million in venture capital.
Dmitry Shapiro, former CEO of Veoh Networks and more recently a Google executive, is reportedly setting up a company in San Diego called GoMeta Inc.
A fully operational, 150-megawatt solar plant 14 miles west of El Centro is now providing energy to San Diego Gas & Electric Co. under a 25-year power purchase agreement, announced Omaha, Neb.-based project developer Tenaska.
KnuEdge Inc., the company founded by former NASA Administrator Dan Goldin, named Kate Dilligan executive vice president and general manager of its KnuVerse division, which has created military-grade voice recognition and authentication technology.
Webroot Inc., a Colorado-based cybersecurity company, has acquired San Diego-based CyberFlow Analytics for undisclosed terms, the companies announced on Sept. 19.
Videogame peripheral maker Mad Catz Interactive Inc. said on Sept. 15 that it agreed to sell its Saitek line to Logitech International S.A. for $13 million, in an attempt to improve its financial position.
TECH: SaaS Company Clues Retail Banks on Efficiencies, Service Levels
Jim DeLapa admits without hesitation to spending hours standing outside banking centers. It’s part of the job.
With a legally mandated “quiet period” behind him, Chuck Myers could finally say how his August went. And his September.
A new company will handle license agreements for technology developed at Qualcomm Inc.
TECH: Co. Allows User To Decide How Much To Share and With Whom
In the world of electronic medical records, Hirdey Bhathal is more idealist than entrepreneur, a man who would sooner go on toiling in a cramped, two-man office in Encinitas, risking a personal investment he says exceeds seven figures, than compromise his commitment to customers.
PRODUCTION: Rubber Recycling Technique Targets Factory Waste
A conversation at the dinner table one night put 19-year-old Yohann Samarasinghe on the road to entrepreneurship.