Brian Liebman is used to advising CEOs on how to grow and build their companies. But, now, he’s ready to make boss moves himself.
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.
According to The State of Legal Marijuana Markets report, released mid-2018 by Arcview Market Research and BDS Analytics, the legal cannabis business in the United States is projected to be a $23 billion industry by 2022. And, Little Italy-headquartered Cannabiniers, a cannabis brand management company, wants a piece of the pie.
Portfolium sold to Salt Lake City-based education software company Instructure for an undisclosed amount.
For Iskra Tsenkova, launching a women-focused shave club wasn’t just about providing girls with inexpensive, female-centric shaving tools, but a way to use the universal platform of shaving to inspire women around the world.
According to the tally, revealed this week, the featured locations don’t just boast fun music festivals and a decent number of restaurant openings.
ENVIRONMENT: BlueNalu Puts A Biotech Twist on Catching Dinner
To satisfy the world’s growing appetite for seafood, one San Diego company is exploring laboratories rather than the ocean.
RETAIL: Sand Cloud Changed Business Plan to Maximize Growth
In the words of famous musician Jay-Z: men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.
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.
Robin Toft has accomplished what she thought she would do way back when: Be an inspirational speaker. She’s penned a 147-page book which essentially sets you up with solid advice from a seasoned head hunter.
The 350 attendees are proven men and women of action.
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.
RETAIL: Each Step Made Business Sense And Was Well Executed
As kids growing up in Mission Beach, Bill Keith and Leigh Keith — and their 11 siblings — didn’t sell lemonade as a way to make money for their kiddy needs. Instead, the Keith children would band together and make their dad’s “perfect bar” to sell to their friends.
Bahrambeygui has worked with PriceSmart in various capacities for 16 years including as member of the Board of Directors for the past eight years.
According to a news release, the company will use the funding towards its 2019 expansion plan in California and possibly entering the Arizona, Nevada market along with other states in the region.
After working for 30 years as a bookkeeper for her family’s sheet metal paint shop, Rosemarie Royce decided to go back to school and learn a trade she had loved since she was a small child — she enrolled in cosmetology school.