System uses a central hub device and "peel-and-stick" sensors to monitor heat and movement.
Sempra Energy plans to talk about its future later this week, and in doing so will offer some sort of response to activist investors’ plans to remake the company.
BIOTECH: It’s Still Low For Medtech Peers; Co. Inks International Deals
This comeback story appears to have legs.
Mergers: Pharma Must Consider Many Factors in Buy
Earlier this month, an executive from New Jersey-based Celgene blamed Receptos, a San Diego firm that it bought, for a major regulatory setback.
William Welch has resigned as CEO and director of San Diego biotech Trovagene, citing personal reasons. The resignation is effective immediately.
Company's technology allows businesses and consumers to verify image authenticity.
Tandem Diabetes Care won U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for an automated insulin technology designed to reduce the frequency and duration of low blood sugar events.
Big Green IT, a Northern California company providing cloud computing solutions, announced in mid-June that it has opened an office in San Diego.
Viasat Inc. said June 21 that it received a U.S. Air Force contract to sustain MIDS-LVT radios.
DEFENSE: Deal Part Of Viasat’s Growing Presence in Europe
In a bid to increase its international defense contracting business, Carlsbad’s Viasat Inc. bought Horsebridge Defence and Security of Cheltenham, England, closing the acquisition in early June. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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.
PROPERTY: Rare Coalition Plots Steps for Expansion
Preliminary construction on a $685 million project to expand the San Diego Convention Center could start as soon as next summer — pending voter approval of a November ballot measure to pay for it.
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.
The Notre Dame-Navy football game on Oct. 27 at SDCCU Stadium will have an obvious built-in fan base given the military presence here. But there are some new Notre Dame stakeholders in the market as well.
Joel Davis is departing KGTV/ABC 10 for a similar position in Raleigh, N.C., which might prompt a few raised eyebrows. Really, Raleigh?
PROPERTY: WD-40 Emphasizes the Tribe and Shows Its Creative Vibe
Looking for that can of WD-40? Try under the kitchen sink.