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Qualcomm Inc., which just reported net earnings of $2.24 billion for its third quarter July 23, said it will invest up to $150 million in Chinese startup companies across all stages.
Qualcomm Inc. reported net income of $2.24 billion on revenue of $6.81 billion during its third quarter, which ended June 29.
EdgeWave, a San Diego-based cybersecurity firm, has closed $6 million in Series A equity funding from TVC Capital, EdgeWave said.
Steve Altman, the former president and vice chairman of Qualcomm Inc. who led the creation of that company’s technology licensing strategy, has joined the board of Brain Corp.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., a San Diego maker of radio frequency computer chips, said it’s settled all outstanding claims with RF Micro Devices Inc. of North Carolina relating to lawsuits it filed against RFMD in 2012 and 2013.
The International Trade Commission finds continued patent infringement despite products being redesigned.
Sentencing of Jing Yang set for November.
The company will release its third-quarter earnings July 23.
The charging stations provide 12 to 25 miles of charge per hour.
Each site will include technical and sales staff.
Microsoft Corp. said it’s embarked on a restructuring that will cut 18,000 people over the next year, including 378 based at its Rancho Bernardo office that once belonged to Nokia, which Microsoft acquired in April for $7.5 billion.
Tech Coast Angels has set July 31 as the deadline for fledgling technology businesses to apply for the John G. Watson Quick Pitch event, set for Sept. 25.
Tealium, a San Diego based maker of software that helps companies with online marketing, said its organic sales doubled over the past 12 months
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ENGINEERING: Access To Work And Workers a Key Driver in Co.’s Strategy
The increasingly overlapping worlds of energy, transportation and the environment figure into the business expansion plans of San Diego-based Kleinfelder Inc., and they were also a factor in the recent move of its headquarters to downtown San Diego.