MEDICINE: Co. Sees Opportunity in Precision Medicine for Alzheimer's
Biogen’s plans to resurrect its failed Alzheimer’s drug sent shockwaves through the research community, including at local companies.
TECH: Investments, Partnerships Likely To Pay Off Big for Region
Apple Inc. is adding to its tech campus in San Diego, with plans to occupy a second building in University City.
TECH: Claude Jones Wants a Mindset of Going Forward While Giving Back
When Claude Jones expanded Walmart Labs’ new Carlsbad office, he knew the company would need to attract talent quickly.
Fulcrum’s Platform Gives Access to More Than 15 Million Freelancers
Greatscale Ventures, a new venture capital firm in San Diego, made its first investment in a San Diego-based employment software company.
S.D. Defense Co. Wins Competition, Increases Exports
Four finalists competed on Nov. 13 for thousands of dollars to help them expand internationally.
Founders First will use the funding to support more startups making $1 million to $5 million in revenue.
Predictive Analytics Also Used To Develop Surgical Plans
Carlsmed is a San Diego-based company that uses predictive analytics to develop personalized treatments for adult spinal deformities.
Three companies will use Brain Corp.'s technology for their industrial cleaning robots.
INNOVATION: Plans to Bring Water Test Kit To Market in Next Year
Encinitas- based water purification startup Cyclopure raised a $4 million round led by Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs.
banking: CEO Mulls Foreign Exchange Services, More Crypto-Currency Options
Illumina Inc. reported $907 million in third quarter revenue, a 6% year-over-year increase.