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Sequenom Inc., a life science company providing genetic analysis solutions, reported its net loss for fiscal 2014 ($14.4 million) improved 87 percent from 2013 ($109.6 million).
Shares of InfoSonics Corp. rose almost 60 percent on March 4, closing at $2.71, on the strength of the company’s earnings report.
Qualcomm Inc. unveiled its newest top-of-the-line processor, the Snapdragon 820, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, saying that samples of the chip will be available to device manufacturers during the second half of 2015.
The U.S. Army said on March 2 that it awarded a five-year engineering contract to West Consultants Inc., a small business in San Diego.
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Venture capitalists invested $470 million in 53 deals in San Diego during the first six months of 2014.
Cox Communications, one of the region’s dominant cable providers, came out against the Federal Communications Commission’s Feb. 26 decision to regulate the Internet, saying the move was “sure to be challenged in court” and calling for congressional action.
Senomyx Inc., a biotechnology company that makes flavor-enhancers, on Thursday reported a loss of $3.1 million in its fourth quarter.
Cameron LNG announced on Feb. 24 that it is seeking federal approval to expand its Louisiana natural gas liquefaction plant from three units to five.
Former California Assembly Speaker Willie Brown has joined the advisory board of ecoATM, the San Diego company that produces and maintains a network of electronics recycling kiosks.
Epic Sciences Inc., a San Diego-based diagnostics company, announced Wednesday the appointment of Chris Bernard as chief commercial officer.
A new report from CONNECT, the San Diego technology accelerator, said venture capitalists invested $470 million in 53 deals in San Diego during the first half of 2014.
AT&T stores are now selling a Timex smartwatch, which the Connecticut watchmaker built in collaboration with Qualcomm Inc.