A heating up of the U.S.-Sino trade war doomed Qualcomm Inc.’s effort to acquire Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP Semiconductors N.V. after China quashed the bid last year.
The San Diego Tourism Authority is expecting an additional $7 million through the San Diego Tourism Marketing District in the next month, money it plans to use for a national campaign to promote the city to leisure travelers. If approved by the City.
U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez late last month denied Stone Brewing Co.’s motion for a preliminary injunction against MillerCoors in the San Diego craft brewer’s trademark infringement lawsuit.
As the eyes of the tech world turned to U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s courtroom in San Diego last week with Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc. facing off in an antitrust battle with billions of dollars and Qualcomm’s licensing business at stake, the not-so-unexpected announcement finally came.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked UC San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering at No. 11 among the nation’s graduate engineering schools.
Starting in San Diego, Longfellow Real Estate Partners continues to put its lens on California’s hot life science markets.
The San Diego Padres will commemorate 50 years in the city this year.
Qualcomm Inc.’s got a lot of legal balls in the air. And, an arm of the U.S. government may help settle one of the key cases, in which a defeat could be a big blow to the San Diego chipmaker’s patent licensing business.
Athena CEO Holly Smithson is continuing to raise the organization’s profile beyond San Diego County. Late last year Athena announced a collaboration with the United Nations Global Compact to promote gender equality.
Two San Diego individuals and two couples have made The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2018 top 50 givers’ list, including two of the founders of Qualcomm Inc.