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Software: MacPhun Bringing High-End Photo Editing to Pros, Hobbyists
A Del Mar-based software company focused on Mac-based applications for photo editing is hoping its latest, modestly priced product will tap into a growing desire among consumers to improve and share their digital photographs and give professionals a powerful tool for less cost.
CYBERCRIME: Identity Thieves Are Flourishing In This ‘Connected’ World
Banks and other financial entities that handle customers’ money through online websites are always trying to improve their security protection systems — and they’d better be, longtime security expert and San Diegan Jim Stickley said.
Tenaska, the Omaha, Neb.-based majority owner of a 130 megawatt solar farm in Imperial County, refinanced $319.4 million in debt through a private placement.
Mushroom Networks Inc., a San Diego-based provider of networking solutions, is partnering with Canadian value added reseller Atcomtel Communications Inc.
A Silicon Valley firm has put some San Diego know-how into a new tool to detect malicious software.
Active Network, the San Diego based provider of online registration services, said Vista Equity Partners, the private equity firm that agreed to purchase the company in September, completed its tender offer on all of Active’s common stock, closing the transaction.
Shares for San Diego’s Cadence Pharmaceuticals Inc. shot up 34 percent — to a two year high — following a favorable ruling from the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware in a patent lawsuit against Exela Pharma Sciences Inc.
Silvergate Bank, based in University Towne Center and with about $600 million in assets, launched a mobile banking application that gives customers instant access to their accounts and the ability to make deposits via smartphones and wireless devices.
San Diego-based Illumina Inc.’s 13.5 percent stake in its rival Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd. has been sold to other investors.
Rancho Bernardo-based ImageWare Systems Inc., which offers biometric identification software, recently reported earnings for its third quarter.
The San Diego Venture Group released the names of the 10 startups that will battle for $25,000 in cash at its annual PitchFest set for Dec. 12 in La Jolla. The semifinalists were chosen from more than 90 applications.
The U.S. Navy has a to-do list longer than Point Loma: The world is getting more complicated, there’s a fleet to maintain, infrastructure to tend, and only so many bodies. Now, the defense budget is shrinking.
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San Diego State University is more than half way toward raising enough money to build a new basketball practice facility on the campus, which will help it to maintain its status as a rising college hoops power, the university announced.
Overland Storage, the San Diego provider of data storage services, reported fiscal 2014 first quarter revenue of $10.6 million, compared with $11.7 million for the like quarter of the prior fiscal year.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. recently said that it received a $5.8 million contract to deploy a specialized security and communication system at a hospital campus.