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SDSU Names New Dean of College of Business Administration

San Diego State University has named an academic from Illinois to be the dean of its business school.

Carlsbad Company Participates in White House Conference on Solar Energy

Carlsbad-based Everyday Energy took part in a White House conference on solar energy April 17.

SDSU Names New Dean of Business School

San Diego State University has named an academic from Illinois to be the dean of its business school.

Local Company Participates in White House Conference on Solar Energy

Carlsbad-based Everyday Energy took part in a White House conference on solar energy April 17.

IHive Aims to Take the Stings Out of the Internet of Things

Beehives are synonymous with activity, and the people running downtown San Diego’s CyberHive seem to be making big moves with several new projects.

Co. Aims to Break the Mold On Smartphone Customization

TECH: Foneclay Gives User Creative App Making Power

Isaac Eteminan wants Foneclay to be the next big thing in smartphones.

Winners & Losers

Tech: Qualcomm Continues to Grow Profitably, While Many Cos. In Sector Lag on the Bottom Line

Fiscal 2013 was not a year to expect a profit from one of the region’s publicly traded technology businesses — unless you held shares in Qualcomm Inc.

Region to Get Some Work on the F-35 Aircraft

Lockheed Martin Corp.’s latest contract on the F-35 Lightning II aircraft will bring work to San Diego.

Upcoming Symposium to Discuss Defense Technology

Defense contractors and U.S. Navy leaders will gather April 22-24 at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park to talk shop, and talk about technology.

Two Local Companies to Compete for Airfield Work for Navy

The U.S. Navy needs a solid place to land its aircraft, and it has chosen two local contractors to make that possible.

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