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Co. Can Park Data Or Help It Drive Solutions

TECH: Teradata Taps Analytics To Transform Its Biz ModelTwo rooms at Teradata Corp.’s offices in Rancho Bernardo, one of the publicly traded company’s largest campuses, provide a quick visual approximation of the transformation the company is undergoing.

VaultRMS, Developer of Software for Firefighters to Track Toxic Exposures, Is Acquired

Envisage plans to offer free access to VaultRMS' Exposure Tracker as part of itsFirstForward training network.

Layoffs To Come At Qualcomm To Cut Costs

Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) will cut 1,231 jobs in San Diego.

Brain Corp. Adds to Its Roster of Floor-Cleaning Machine Cos.

TECH: AI Likely To Be Necessary Part Of Cleaning Operations

Brain Corp., which makes artificial intelligence-powered navigation software that lets machines operate autonomously, has inked a deal with Tennant Co., a publicly traded Minnesota-based company that designs, sells and markets cleaning equipment worldwide.

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Viasat Brings ‘Community Wi-Fi’ Service to Mexico

The new service will bring an affordable Wi-Fi experience directly to consumers’ devices in Mexico.

Sempra Energy’s IEnova Division to Develop Liquid Fuels Terminal in Ensenada

The terminal, which will increase the fuel supply capacity and reliability in Baja California, is anticipated to begin operations in the second half of 2020.

Deal is Key Driver For Revenue, IOT

Twice in two weeks, with Broadcom Ltd. closing in on a hostile takeover, Qualcomm Inc. issued an urgent message to its shareholders: Don’t forget about NXP Semiconductors NV.

Solar Retrofit Market May Be Losing Energy

ENERGY: Consumer Education, New Construction Could Help

With plenty of roofs and an abundance of sunshine, San Diego has been a leader for solar installations.

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San Diego AI Co. Collaborates on an Autonomous Cleaning Machine

San Diego-based Brain Corp and Tennant Co., a cleaning product company, have teamed up to create the T7 Micro-Rider floor scrubber.

U.S.-China Trade Dispute Comes at Bad Time For Qualcomm

Qualcomm Inc. looked almost like an arm of the government last month when President Donald Trump cited national security risk as his reason for halting the San Diego semiconductor company’s attempted takeover by Singapore-based Broadcom Corp.

Cubic to Demonstrate Training Solutions

The Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition being held in National Harbor, Maryland, April 9-11, is the largest maritime exposition for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines.

Qualcomm Navigating Hazards of China Business

TECH: Politics, IP Disputes, Acquisition Muddle Dealings

Qualcomm Inc.’s footing in its most important market has gotten a little shakier lately as the Trump administration’s confrontation with China over intellectual property rights and national security threatens to disrupt two sets of negotiations vital to the company.

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MaxLinear CFO Announces Resignation

The chip manufacturer has begun a nationwide search for replacement.

Law Firm Launches Autonomous Vehicles Practice Group

Tyson & Mendes LLP launched the Autonomous Vehicles Liability Litigation practice group.

Post Broadcom, Qualcomm’s Challenges Still Have to Play Out

There are no guarantees in life or the markets, as the saying goes. And so it seems, for Qualcomm Inc., too.

SEC Filing Shows Shareholders' Support for Qualcomm Board Down

The tallies for each of the 10 newly re-elected board members were down from last year’s voting results.

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