Companies that focus on cryptocurrency have been on a roller coaster in recent years with major fluctuations in the price of the most popular iterations of digital money, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Competition provided investment capital to two early-stage agtech companies.
Organization lobbies on behalf of credit unions on federal issues.
Startups: More than $1.2M promised for Future Milestones
One of the largest of 29 grants recently awarded through the California Competes Tax Credit program to companies statewide is slated to be received by Urban Translations, a local startup that creates digital menus for businesses in the hospitality industry.
TECH: Brain Takes Funding Role, Seeks to Broaden Reach
Startups generally seek funding, not provide it.
A Sempra Energy subsidiary received a 20-year contract from a port in Sinaloa, Mexico, to build and operate a fuel terminal.
First new bank to open in the county in 10 years launched in January with more than $26 million in initial capital.
PriceSmart Inc., the San Diego corporation which operates membership warehouse stores in Latin America and the Caribbean, reported third quarter net income of $18.7 million on total revenue of $782.2 million.
The Scripps 7th Annual M.O.S.T. Mariachi Festival was held recently at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay.
The U.S. Navy awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a $96.5 million contract for radio signal jammers designed to foil improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
Spain-based Fluidra S.A. closed its merger with Vista-based Zodiac Pool Solutions, Fluidra announced on July 2.
RF Industries Ltd. has named Robert Dawson to its board of directors.
The U.S. Supreme Court last week delivered a decision in Janus v AFSCME that is as unjust as it was expected.
Savioke will license BrainOS, the San Diego company's software platform for streamlining development, deployment and management of robots.
ECONOMY: Troubles Include Activist Investors, Short Sellers
Public companies don’t get to lock the door. At any time, a company can find unwelcome visitors in the form of short sellers betting on a company’s fall or activist investors arriving with plans for how things should be — or more precisely how they need to be.