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It’s official: Websense is moving its headquarters to Austin, Texas. The Austin Chamber of Commerce announced the move Feb. 28.
Citing an uptick in its Los Angeles business and seeking to build on those gains, Carlsbad-based FMT Consultants LLC has opened an office on Santa Monica Boulevard in Century City.
Dot-what? Lawyers and business executives recounted two sprawling technology stories during two evening presentations in late February.
TECH: Property for Program Must Bring Proper ‘Lifestyle’
An organization concerned with getting young companies on their feet is now thinking about putting a roof over its own head. Plug and Play San Diego, which has had a virtual presence in town, plans to be in its own quarters during the first half of 2015, its leaders said.
Cox Communications plans to close its Copley call center in Kearny Mesa, cutting about 500 jobs in a variety of customer-care functions, the company said.
TECH: $1.1 Billion Loss Prompts Company to Close Many of Its Branded Stores
Sony Electronics said it will cut some 400 people from its local headquarters office in Rancho Bernardo as part of a restructuring by parent Sony Corp. that will eliminate 5,000 jobs globally.
Cox Communications said it is closing its Copley call center in Kearny Mesa, cutting about 500 jobs in a variety of customer-care functions.
Sempra Energy, parent of San Diego Gas & Electric and other subsidiaries, reported full year 2013 net income of $1 billion, compared with net income of $859 million in 2012.
A Long Island, N.Y. maker of vehicle tracking electronics is updating its product line with the help of San Diego-based Novatel Wireless.
Qualcomm Inc. said its Snapdragon 801 processor is powering Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5.
Pulse Electronics Corp., a San Diego based maker of electronic components, reached agreements with its debt holders that reduces its debt and the funds needed for debt repayment, the company said.
Sempra Energy, the San Diego holding company for San Diego Gas & Electric and other subsidiaries, said its board of directors approved a 4.8 percent increase in the annual dividend it pays to shareholders to $2.64 per share from the prior dividend of $2.52 per share.
Qualcomm Inc. took the wraps off of two Snapdragon processors Feb. 24.
San Diego-based Websense Inc. may be considering more than one city as its new headquarters location. Meanwhile, city leaders in Austin, Texas, have OK’d an incentive package to bring Websense to their city, sweetening a multimillion-dollar deal offered by the state government.