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SDBJ INSIDER: Qualcomm Has Many Chips in Intel CEO Search

At least four candidates in Intel’s search for its next CEO have Qualcomm Inc. ties.

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Co. Takes on Dementia By Making Memories

HEALTH: Tablets Bring Life Stories to Treatment

A man with dementia in a San Diego care facility uttered little. But upon holding a tablet with rotating images of his hometown of Chicago, he beamed. Words flowed.

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Quality Painting & Wallcoverings Names New President

CEO John R. Phipps announced the appointment of Senior Vice President Colin Cronin to the post of president.

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Glorietta Bay Inn Sold For $39M

Hotel is an historic landmark

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Ramping up its Commercial Strategy, Halozyme Hires a CCO

Halozyme Therapeutics hired pharmaceutical veteran Benjamin Hickey as the company’s chief commercial officer, it was recently announced.

CPC Strategy Acquired by Elite SEM

San Diego-based CPC Strategy, an internet marketing company, has been acquired by New York-based digital marketing agency Elite SEM.

Martin Named Sempra Chairman

The board of directors at Sempra Energy has named CEO Jeffrey Martin chairman, effective Dec. 1.

Startups Reporter's Notebook: UCSD Ranked 26 for Its Entrepreneurial Efforts

UC San Diego has again landed at No. 26 on Pitchbook’s annual list of the top 50 universities that are producing venture capital-backed entrepreneurs.

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Barons Market to Open New Otay Ranch Location

The 21,000 square foot space plans to bring approximately 50 jobs to Eastlake.

New Leader, Bigger Dry Dock Working at Shipyard

A U.S. Navy career gave him a front-row seat to history. Now retired Rear Adm. David M. Thomas Jr. is tending to the fleet.

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Sharp Blames Actions By Agency for Its Exit of Accountable Care Organization

HEALTH: Sharp Says Moves By CMS Changed Savings to a Loss

Sharp HealthCare is considering its legal options after earlier this year withdrawing from a Medicare program in which health systems shoulder greater accountability.

California Pacific Airlines Sets Nov. 1 Start Date

California Pacific Airlines announced it will begin scheduled service on out of Carlsbad on Nov. 1, with additional flights starting Nov. 15.

U.S. Government Picks Viasat for In-flight Satellite Services

The Pentagon has awarded Viasat as much as $560 million worth of work over eight years.

Business Events Calendar for Week of September 10, 2018

Business events planned in the county

New Owners Were Open to Possibilities of A Garage Door

SERVICE: Small Biz Sees Steady Revenue Growth, Tries Mobile Marketing

Jerry Leone knew little about manufacturing before he sold Leone’s Building Service janitorial company and purchased San Diego-based A Garage Door for $900,000 in 2016.

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Contracting Notes: LRAD to Provide Acoustic Hailing Devices to Army

Defense contracting notes, in no particular order: LRAD Corp. said Aug. 23 that it received an $11 million contract to provide acoustic hailing devices to the U.S. Army.

ResMed Files Lawsuit Over Alleged Patent Infringements

A patent dispute between ResMed and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has escalated.

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$65 Million Pledged for UCSD Drug Development Partnership

A New York investment management firm has pledged $65 million to a new venture with UC San Diego to bridge the divide between basic research and clinical trials.

Grants Will Deliver Nutritious, Much-Needed Meals to Kids

The San Diego Food Funders, a funding collaborative of San Diego Grantmakers, provided grants of $356,000 to in-school and out-of-school youth meals programs in San Diego County to improve access to nutritious food for youth of all ages in low- to middle-income communities.

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Home of The Month: At Home With Nature

Juxtaposed against the jagged, ancient edges of the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines Reserve in La Jolla is a residence that is an unparalleled masterpiece of shadow, light and angles.

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