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Independent MIT Enterprise Forum Charts New Course

TECH: New Leadership Prompted Group to Break with CONNECT

MIT Enterprise Forum-San Diego and CONNECT have gone their separate ways after an 11-year partnership.

Online Reputation Management Can Cure Doctors' Web Woes

TECH: Being Aware Of Reviews Can Be a Lifesaver for Practices

Review Concierge LLC, a tiny communications group gone tech startup, is tapping into the new consumer-driven health care market by offering online reputation management to doctors and hospitals.

FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Small Drones

Aircraft: Public Comment Period Is Now Taking Place

Businesses might not deliver packages or pizzas by drone quite yet, but the Federal Aviation Administration is taking a step toward the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft.

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Cymer Lights the Way To Smaller Microchips

TECH: Its EUV Technology Said to Have Bright Future

The huge, colorful video screens on the walls of Cymer’s new, $500,000 control room in Rancho Bernardo tell a story.

Novatel Wireless Posts Q4 Net Loss of $4.4 Million

Novatel Wireless Inc. — the Sorrento Mesa-based maker of wireless devices that is seeking to right its ship — posted a net loss of $4.4 million on revenue of $55.4 million for the last quarter of 2014. The business cut its losses dramatically compared to the same quarter one year ago, when the business turned in a net loss of $21.3 million on revenue of $65.3 million.

Borrego Solar to Begin Construction on N.Y. System

Borrego Solar Systems Inc. is about to begin construction of a 3.9-megawatt wholesale distributed generation solar energy system in Suffolk County, N.Y., the company announced Thursday.

Sempra Energy to Partner with Petroleos Mexicano on Natural Gas Facility

Sempra Energy has agreed to join state-run Petroleos Mexicanos’s plan to build the first export facility for liquefied natural gas in Mexico at an import terminal on the Pacific Coast.

SDG&E Receives $5 Million Grant to Expand Mircogrid

San Diego Gas & Electric announced it has received a $5 million grant from the California Energy Commission to expand the Borrego Springs Microgrid.

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Tealium Closes $30.7M in Series D Financing

San Diego-based Tealium, which offers tag management and digital data distribution and other software solutions to maximize online marketing, said it has closed $30.7 million in Series D financing.

FAA Releases Proposed Rules for Use of Small Drones

Businesses might not deliver packages or pizzas by drone quite yet, but the Federal Aviation Administration is taking a step toward the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft.

CleanSpark Holdings Raises $2.85 Million in Funding

San Diego-based CleanSpark Holdings LLC has raised $2.85 million in funding, according to a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Program Graduates Military Members to Work in Solar Energy Field

A new program designed to train military members for work in the solar energy field graduated its first class Feb. 13 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in northern San Diego County.

Consortium Formed to Develop Program to Fight Ebola

Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) announced Friday that it will lead a consortium of four partners to develop a program to improve health outcomes for Ebola patients, increase the safety of health care workers and reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others.

Son Entices Dad Out of Retirement with New Software Gig

MOBILE: App Streamlines Process for Booking Local Acts

Steve Altman — the executive who laid the foundation for Qualcomm Inc.’s licensing business prior to his retirement in 2014 — has a gleam in his eye.

Qualcomm Bargains For Certainty in China

TECH: Company Still Faces Scrutiny From U.S., Europe

Qualcomm Inc. might be bruised, but it’s not on the ropes following a 14-month bout with the Chinese government over alleged anticompetitive practices. That is according to a San Diego professor who studies China.