Western Lighting and Energy Controls has become an employee owned company by changing its structure to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) trust.
Willis will replace Erich Lathers, who remains with the firm as Principal Planner.
PHARMA: Co. Confident in Revenue, Cash and Portfolio
Ligand Pharmaceutical’s stock has lost more than half of its value since October, puzzling the company and most analysts, though a vocal minority are skeptical of the company’s pipeline.
CommonGrounds, a Carlsbad-based coworking company, plans to use the series A funding to add 50 locations.
PROPERTY: San Ysidro Site Includes Theater, Education Space, Housing
A 92-year-old former San Ysidro church will be resurrected as a neighborhood theater as part of a mixed-use project that includes affordable housing and classroom space for the UC San Diego.
TECH: Platform Connects Sensors, Aggregates Data Into Actionable Analysis
Most consumers are familiar with in-home IoT devices, such as smart doorbells and voice assistants.
The space sector is experiencing a technology renaissance.
MEDICINE: Rady Feat Drew on Local Biz Talent and Expertise
It was one for the record books. Researchers at Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine last February decoded a newborn’s genome in 19.5 hours.
Wiliot, which is making sticker-sized Bluetooth sensors, raised $30 million in a series B round.
After a record-breaking 2018 for venture capital, San Diego companies brought in one last present before the end of the holiday season, closing several substantial funding rounds.
DINING: Personal Service Key Part of Delivering Community Concepts
For Brendan Huffman, the purpose of all Social Syndicate restaurant group’s properties is simple: provide genuine, good old-fashioned hospitality.
PROPERTY: Big, Small Cos. Find Various Appealing Features
San Diego entrepreneurs have plenty of options to choose from when deciding where to rent a desk.
Teradata promoted its chief operating officer to serve as CEO of the data analytics company.
Jan Caldwell, who has sat on Scripps Health’s board since 2012, was named board chairman, it was announced Jan. 14.
According to a press release, Stipanov will replace Lori Fleet-Martin, who held the position for the last two years.
Qualcomm and Apple are at odds at what led to a $1 billion payment between the two companies. The figure in dispute is a key part of the FTC's antitrust complaint against Qualcomm.
RETAIL: Co. Also Taps Millennials’ Willingness to Cut the Cord to Brands
When Adam Moyer lost his last pair of expensive sunglasses — Ray-Bans that ran him about $150 — the then UC San Diego graduate art student decided to take matters into his own hands.