SDSU Grad’s Education Software Startup Raises $5M

After CourseKey was founded by an SDSU undergraduate, the company raised $5 million in a series A round.

Unique Design, Licensing Deals Drive Watch Sales

RETAIL: Co.’s Materials Are Sourced From All Over the World

To pivot on a good idea is to come out with something better. These are the words that prompted brothers Ryan Beltran and Andrew Beltran to launch their watch company...

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SoftStack Helps Coders Get Their Foot in the Door

A 24-Week Program Costs Less Than $1,000 And Opens Opportunities

Coding bootcamps can be an intriguing option for young professionals looking to make a career change, but they come with a significant cost.

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Company Ready to Grow in $3 Trillion Market

MANUFACTURING: Plant Based Chemicals Bring Innovation, Sustainability

Fresh off of his company’s first acquisition, Genomatica CEO Christophe Schilling hopes to grow the sustainable chemicals company into new segments.

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Apple to Buy Intel’s Modem Business for $1 Billion

Apple will buy Intel's smartphone business for $1 billion, in a deal that's expected to close in late 2019.

Two Startups Split $1 Million Prize for Health Competition

Docfully and Vizier each will take home $500,000.

ID Analytics Names New CEO

ID Analytics named its former vice president of sales, Matt McAluney, as its new CEO.

SlantRange Lands Partnership with Major Seed Research Company

AgReliant Genomics will use the startup's new aerial phenotyping solution.

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Qualcomm To Appeal EU’s $272 Million Fine

The European Commission fined Qualcomm for $272 million. Qualcomm said it plans to appeal the ruling.

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DOJ Asks Court to Pause Antitrust Enforcement Against Qualcomm

In an amicus brief filed Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice asked an appeals court to grant Qualcomm's request for a stay.

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Qualcomm Upgrades Latest Chipset for Gaming, VR

Qualcomm introduced its newest chipset, the Snapdragon 855 Plus, which includes improvements that make it better suited to gaming and virtual reality.

San Diego Tech Cos. Need to Hold on to Those Hires

WORKFORCE: Arrival of Big Cos. Changes Labor Market

Tech companies in San Diego should prepare for a coming storm. With high-paying companies such as Inc. and Apple Inc. coming to town..

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Sony Launches $185 Million Tech Fund

Sony launched a new fund, Innovation Growth Ventures, to invest in tech startups.

UC Board of Regents To Receive $50M in Settlement From USC

It Was Alleged That School Poached Research Program; USC Admits Ethics Lapses

The University of Southern California will pay UC San Diego $50 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged USC improperly commandeered an Alzheimer’s

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Brain Corp. to Open Its First European Headquarters

Amsterdam Selected for Its Established Ecosystem Supporting AI and Robotics

Brain Corp., a San Diego company developing technology that allows industrial cleaning robots to drive themselves, plans to open its first European offices in the Netherlands.

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