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BioMed Realty Trust Inc. announced Monday that Illumina Inc. signed a 15-year lease for a new campus in Foster City.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., the San Diego maker of chips used in wireless devices and networks and now owned by Murata Electronics North America, held an opening ceremony on Wednesday to celebrate last month's closing of the Murata acquisition.
San Diego’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enterprise Forum has reorganized and hired its own executive director for 2015, ending an 11-year contract relationship with CONNECT.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy said it has placed a firm order with Vestas Wind Systems A/S for 150 megawatts of wind turbine generators, closing the books on the master supply agreement announced in September 2013, with orders totaling 1,094 MW.
LG Electronics unveiled the first phone to have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor at its heart.
DivX LLC, a San Diego maker of video compression software, said it signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by NeuLion Inc., a New York-based provider of live and on-demand content to Internet connected devices.
San Diego-based PocketDerm LLC, a dermatology-targeted telehealth startup, has raised $2.85 million from the sale of securities, according to a recent regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
IFAN Financial Inc., a San Diego company that develops and distributes software to enable mobile payments, announced a sale of $1 million of its common stock and warrants in a private placement agreement with an investor.
Q&A: Jane Finley, Kaiser Permanente
Jane Finley is senior VP & executive director of Kaiser Permanente in San Diego. Finley began her career with Kaiser Permanente in 1984 and was based in Downey before moving to San Diego in the spring.
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A federal government flush with money, pushing ahead in the space race, ever eager to fund research and development.
The Chinese government is close to settling its antitrust investigation with Qualcomm Inc., according to the Reuters news service, citing a Dec. 26 statement to that effect from China’s National Development and Reform Commission.
BeneChill Inc., a startup established in San Diego eight years ago to develop a rapid-chilling technology to treat patients suffering from heart attacks and brain injuries, intends to raise more than $14.6 million through an initial public offering.
Sphere 3D Corp., which completed its acquisition of San Diego’s Overland Storage earlier this month, said it entered into a multi-year agreement with Microsoft Corp. allowing the pre-installation of Windows embedded server software in appliances using Sphere 3D’s Glassware 2.0 virtualization technology.
West Partners, the investment arm of the Gary & Mary West Family Office, completed a follow-on investment in NoteVault Inc., a San Diego provider of voice-to-text-based mobile reporting solutions for the engineering and construction industry.
The U.S. Air Force announced that Tapestry Solutions Inc., the San Diego software maker, received a $48.4 million contract for Global Decision Support System application support services.