Search Google for “ganja” and your results will be marijuana-related. But what about weed? What about grass? Pot, another term for the flowering plant called cannabis, will lead you first to cookware.
The busy investment arm of Qualcomm Inc. has spied another startup it hopes will go big.
Guild Mortgage, a mortgage lender based in San Diego, is expanding into the Midwest.
The San Diego Chapter of Huntington’s Disease Society of America announced that a record $250,000 was raised at its 16th annual Celebration of Hope Gala held at the Pendry San Diego hotel in downtown San Diego.
San Diego’s Arcturus Therapeutics is now on the public markets following a merger with Alcobra, previously based in Israel.
San Diego-based specialty retailer Petco Animal Supplies Inc. has acquired PupBox.
San Diego-based Guild Mortgage reported total loan volume of $4.4 billion in the third quarter of 2017.
Weedguide has landed its first outside funding.
Strong loan production at good yields played a role in increased third-quarter earnings at Silvergate Bank in San Diego.
Having an innovative product or service isn’t enough. Neither is delivering a perfect pitch, showing evidence of ample industry experience or revealing a major undiscovered market opportunity.
A San Diego entrepreneur is among 30 finalists invited to compete for $1.5 million in funding as part of co-working giant WeWork’s Creator Awards program. The initiative aims to award more than $20 million to those doing creative work across the globe.
The Second Chance Youth Garden, a six-week job training program for people age 14 to 21, took first place in the San Diego Accelerator and Impact Lab (SAIL) Pitch Night on Oct. 24.
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Origin Code Academy, a local participant in the popular yet tumultuous industry of coding boot camps, is moving its curriculum online.
BAE Systems employees in San Diego recently assisted Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas using its Geospatial eXploitation Products, or GXP, which are developed in San Diego as part of its Electronic Systems group. The BAE products provided geospatial intelligence and solutions to disaster response teams assisting victims of Hurricane Harvey.
After last month’s Northern California wildfire disaster, several tech companies lined up to assist survivors. Apple and Facebook each pledged $1 million donations to fire-relief efforts. Uber and Lyft offered transportation to those impacted.