UC San Diego Health said it received a $25 million pledge from the Wertheim Family Foundation to fund a public health initiative at the university.
NuVasive CEO Gregory Lucier will step down, and the company will bring in his successor from Medtronic.
The partnership allowed the San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl, which is hosting the event, to enhance the marketing efforts for the college football game in hopes of drawing a record number in attendees.
San Diego-based Seacoast Commerce Bank reported net income of $3.47 million in the third quarter of 2018. The figure is up 144 percent from the third quarter of 2017, when net income was $1.43 million.
The funding will go towards research, led by LJI professor Stephen Schoenberger to improve immunotherapeutic treatment for patients with head and neck cancer.
San Diego startup Stratify Genomics wants to improve testing for prostate cancer by screening individuals to determine who is at a higher risk of developing it.
A third of the homes will be made available to adults with autism, Down syndrome and other disabilities, while the remainder will be up for purchase to anyone wanting to live within the inclusive community.
BUILDING: From Shanghai To Seaport Village, Developer Takes On the Big Jobs
Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen likes to fish and hunt. When he hunts, he uses a bow and arrow instead of a gun.
DINING: Profits Stay In-House; Beer Could Sell in Liquor Stores
For a little over two decades, Brigantine Restaurant Corp., founded in 1969 in San Diego, had collaborated with Pacific Beach-based Karl Strauss Brewing Co. for the creation of its house beer, Brig Brew.
TECH: Seismic’s Buy Advances Its Position, Brings New Talent
Seismic CEO Doug Winter had never planned to acquire his main competitor. The sales-enablement software company had just hit its stride, nearly doubling its revenue last year, and Winter didn’t want a distraction.
WORKFORCE: Buildings Adapt; Perk Appeals to Millennials
When Tien Nguyen and his three partners formed CPC Strategy — a digital marketing service in downtown San Diego — they invited the people they hired to bring their dogs to work.
When Aaron Fulkerson stepped down as CEO in May some 13 years into his tech startup MindTouch, he said he wanted to get away to reflect and recharge.
TECH: San Diego Co. Is Turning Away Work, But Still Making Acquisitions
Jim Cable is back for another go-round as chief executive of PSemi Corp., the semiconductor unit of Japan-based Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
When Benji Koltai first developed the software behind Galley Solutions, he had no idea it would become the seed for a new company.
FINANCE: San Diego Sees Two Deals Dominate
Big biotech deals drove record levels of capital investment, according to a report released Oct. 11 by Dow Jones VentureSource.
Swiss drug giant Roche and Carlsbad’s Ionis Pharmaceuticals seem increasingly enamored with one another.
The coming of autonomous vehicles, as well as vehicles connected by radio, is a big deal for McCain Inc. The Vista-based company employs more than 500 people and specializes in advanced traffic control equipment, notably the electronics that run traffic signals.
Talk of Uber, Lyft, scooters and bicycles cutting demand for parking is just that so far — talk.