Sarah de Crescenzo

Staff Reporter

Email: sarahd@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-277-6359 Extension: 3120

Recent Stories

Corporate Stars Take On a Startup Challenge

TECH: Ex-Qualcomm Execs Go To Work Sans Corporate Perks

Money is often an obstacle to entrepreneurial success, but even well-funded startups sometimes struggle to build a company from scratch.

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Identifying Opportunity

SOFTWARE: Mitek’s Tools Take Verification to Next Level

On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog — or so goes the early 1990s adage about online anonymity.

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Keynote Address Will Bring Fresh Perspective to Startup Week

Arlan Hamilton, founder of venture firm Backstage Capital, will talk in a fireside-chat style event with San Diego entrepreneur Liane Thompson the evening of June 26 at Civic Center Plaza.

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Home Bay Technologies Expands to Arizona, Virginia

Real estate platform facilitates residential transactions.

Early-Stage Booster Comes to Town To ‘Create, Incubate and Accelerate’

A San Francisco-based seed-stage investment firm and a venture capital fund — separate businesses that work closely together — are becoming increasingly active in the Southern California startup scene.

Connect Says Springboard Accelerator Program Alumni Raised $291M in 2017

Fewer, larger rounds were raised in 2017 than in years past by Springboard alumni.

Clients Get Leadership, Life’s Stories and Insight

TRAINING: Library of Lessons Comes in SaaS Subscription

Wisdom Capture was launched in 2016 by an unlikely pair.

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Cost Cutting Continues at Qualcomm With Additional Layoffs Slated for Summertime

Chipmaker to reduce headcount further as part of broad cost-cutting effort announced January.

Additional Code Ninjas Franchises to Open in S.D. By Year's End

Program teaches children age 7 to age 14 to code by showing them how to build video games.

CureMatch Takes Home MetroConnect Prize

HEALTH: Co. Heads to Tijuana to Help at Cancer Center

CureMatch, a digital precision medicine startup that uses artificial intelligence to guide oncologists as they select treatments for cancer patients, said a $35,000 award will help it provide Mexican children with services free of charge.

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