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Video game headset maker Turtle Beach Corp. on Feb. 5 said it sold $6.7 million worth of shares this week, using the proceeds to shore up its working capital line of credit.
Health tech company Aira.IO announced Thursday that it has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round of financing.
Zeeto, a software-as-a-service company downtown, recently opened offices in Manhattan’s Union Square district.
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Abacus Data Systems Inc. announced that it had appointed Major G. Horton to be its chief financial officer.
ServiceChannel, a facilities management software and contractor sourcing platform, announced Feb. 3 its acquisition of San Diego-based Big Sky Technologies, Inc.
Video game headset maker Turtle Beach Corp. on Monday said it was planning a public offering of common stock, with insiders planning to buy $3.15 million worth of shares at the offering price as part of the offering and in a separate private placement.
San Diego-based sequencing firm Illumina Inc. announced Monday that it has signed four separate biobanking deals with Vanderbilt University, University of Colorado at Denver, Partners HealthCare, and Montreal Heart Institute.
Fitbit Inc., which makes popular wearable fitness data trackers, has leased 16,760 square feet of office space in Carmel Mountain Ranch, according to CoStar Group. San Francisco-based Fitbit announced last year that it was recruiting employees and scouting locations for a San Diego regional office.
BIZX LLC has acquired Slashdot Media from DHI Group Inc., the companies announced on Jan. 28. The acquisition included the web properties SourceForge.net and Slashdot.org. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The transaction closed Jan. 27.
The University of San Diego on Thursday announced it had received a $12 million gift from a nonprofit created by a co-founder of Intel to bolster science, technology, engineering and math education.
With a unanimous San Diego City Council vote in December to adopt the San Diego Climate Action Plan (CAP), San Diego became the largest metropolitan area in the U.S. to adopt an aggressive target of 100 percent renewable energy within 20 years. This positions the city as a forward-thinking leader in climate policy both nationally and globally.
The head of Qualcomm Inc.’s venture capital arm, Nagraj Kashyap, has left to join Microsoft Corp., the big Washington software company confirmed.
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BIOTECH: Company’s Spinout Necessary to Pursue Its Goals
San Diego-based bioTheranostics has raised $32 million to fund its departure from the nest of French parent company bioMerieux.