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.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced June 21 that its unmanned vehicle technology received government approval to drive on the public highways.
La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology has elected three new board members:
The California Public Utilities Commission on June 21 turned down a proposal from San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to build a $639 million natural gas pipeline from Rainbow Station to Miramar, saying there is no need.
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A Heron Therapeutics postoperative pain anesthetic hit clinical trial targets in two additional areas, sending the company’s stock soaring.
ENERGY: Utility Enlists Five Businesses to Build Lithium-Ion Battery Sites
San Diego Gas & Electric Co. has enlisted the help of five businesses to develop more energy storage within its service territory.
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.
ENERGY: They See Co. As Unfocused Conglomerate Of Disparate Businesses
Sempra Energy has the potential to grow to at least $139 per share, activist investors said recently as they introduced a proposal to remake the company’s board and streamline its business model by jettisoning certain assets.
San Diego-based Crinetics Pharmaceuticals, focused on endocrine-related cancers and endocrine disorders, appointed Alan Krasner as chief medical officer.
TECH: Radar Allows for Autonomous Cars to Identify Objects, Beings
A company combining a Silicon Valley pedigree with a Southern California wireless specialty has opened an office in Carlsbad.
FOOD: Tax Credits Help Ajinomoto Set Up Shop in Otay
When Ajinomoto Foods North America Inc., stumbled upon the chance opportunity to set up shop in Otay Mesa, after Tyson Foods decided to sell its San Diego-based Circle Foods plant, those in charge knew they had to jump on the opportunity.
Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns was awarded a $2.9 million grant to lead a multi-hospital, international study on a technique to increase the flow of blood from the umbilical cord into the infant’s circulatory system.
Teradata filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against German software maker SAP, alleging that SAP took trade secrets from Teradata, infringed its copyrights and violated antitrust laws.
Cubic Corp. said on June 20 that its transportation business received a $276 million contract from Queensland, Australia.
When brokers at Colliers International in North County talk to clients about opening up their office space, they have a new place to take them for inspiration — the brokers’ own office.
Several CEOs pulled double duty recently in attending the SDBJ’s Most Admired CEO event at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine and the EY Entrepreneur of the Year festivities at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
REAL ESTATE: Demand Insulates Some S.D. Sectors; Small Projects More at Risk
Rising interest rates have yet to have much of an effect on commercial real estate transactions in San Diego County.
The San Diego region is not keeping up with our needed housing supply, which is starting to erode our thriving innovation economy.