Kyriba, a financial software company that was founded in San Diego, is moving its company back from New York.
BIOTECH: Why Pay More Is One Company’s Philosophy
When Ionis Pharmaceuticals was looking for a new home, it chose Carlsbad over the more traditional sites for life science companies in central San Diego County.
BIOTECH: M&A in the Air at Contract Research Organizations
A crop of San Diego companies quietly play niche roles in drug development. But suitors have taken notice.
Dexcom in fourth quarter financials reported that revenue shot up 53 percent year-over-year to $338 million.
San Diego chipmaker PSemi Corp. and its parent company, Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd., have named a new CEO for PSemi. Sumit Tomar will take the job on July 1.
Connect CEO Greg McKee is leaving the San Diego accelerator to co-found Torrent Ventures.
Founded in 2016, Cutwater Spirits was founded by Ballast Point and will continue to be led by its senior management team.
Seltzer, who joined the firm in 1976, focuses on real property, business law and commercial financing.
RETAIL: Sand Cloud Changed Business Plan to Maximize Growth
In the words of famous musician Jay-Z: men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.
San Diego sales software companies started 2019 off strong, with Seismic reporting $100 million in revenue, another notch toward a potential IPO. A younger software startup, LionDesk, also has ambitious plans.
A wide-ranging patent dispute between San Diego-based ResMed and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has come to an end.
NuVasive reported net income of $12.2 million, or $0.23 per share, in fourth quarter results.
The addition makes El Paso the 31st nonstop destination from San Diego offered by Alaska Airlines, according to a press release, and the third nonstop destination to Texas, joining Austin and Dallas Love Field.
A 20-acre site in what was once farmland in the Twin Oaks Valley Region of San Marcos is being transformed into a campus for what will become a model development for providing services to the developmentally disabled.
Earnings were $31.1 million, or $1.19 per diluted share, for the first quarter of this fiscal 2019, compared with $12.9 million, or $0.43 per diluted share, the prior year quarter.
TECHNOLOGY: Qualcomm Moves on Automotive Business as Smartphone Sales Slow
Look closely enough, and you might see Qualcomm Inc. testing self-driving cars on its Sorrento Valley campus. The San Diego-based chipmaker acquired a testing permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles in 2017, and converted a vacant parking lot into a roundabout to take its technologies out for a spin.