San Diego saw seven IPOs in 2018, largely dominated by life sciences companies.
Sempra Energy announced on Dec. 13 that it wrapped up its sale of U.S. solar assets to Consolidated Edison for $1.6 billion in cash.
Analytics Ventures, a San Diego venture studio, added an AI platform for stock trading to its portfolio.
Viasat Inc. has entered an agreement with Sandler Partners that will let Sandler resell the Carlsbad company’s satellite internet service to business customers. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Connect, San Diego’s oldest startup accelerator, recognized seven companies with ground-breaking technologies on Nov. 29. This year’s winners designed products that are better, faster and stronger than the competition.
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China banned the sale of several older iPhone models after a court found Apple violated two of Qualcomm's patents.
Mitek Systems will cut its chief operating officer in January. Mitek also received a bigger offer from ASG Technologies, which has been looking to buy the company.
Qualcomm will cut 125 employees from its offices in San Diego and Raleigh.
RF Industries, which makes specialized electronic connectors, said it increased annual sales 87 percent in the recently ended fiscal year. Fiscal 2018 sales were approximately $58 million, compared to $31 million in fiscal 2017.
French software company Inside Secure plans to acquire San Diego-based Verimatrix for $143 million.
Lam Research CEO Martin Anstice left the company due to misconduct allegations. The newly elected member will also leave Qualcomm's board.
Netradyne, a San Diego AI startup focused on fleet safety, will partner with Hyundai to make HD maps for autonomous vehicles.
After closing a $20 million funding round, Airspace Technologies Inc. is getting ready for takeoff. The San Diego-based logistics startup closed a series A round led by Scale Venture Partners on Nov. 15.
The U.S. Air Force, acting on behalf of the French Air Force, awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a one-year, $26.7 million contract for logistics support for France’s MQ-9 Reaper remotely piloted aircraft.