Sarah de Crescenzo
The technology being developed would offer faster connectivity for a "fraction of the cost" of fiber, the companies said.
The change, effective July 1, consolidates operations to a single provider.
DEVICES: Thermo Fisher Exec Finds Infrastructure And Talent for Expansion
Maritza Diaz oversees operations at Thermo Fisher Scientific’s office in Tijuana. She splits her time between that office and the company’s campus in Carlsbad, her hometown.
ECONOMY: City’s Talent, Location and Collaborative Style Should Link It to S.D.
A San Diego entrepreneur’s day may go something like this: Commute to a local coworking space; for lunch, track down those grilled octopus tacos you’ve been hearing about; meet with a potential hire across town at coworking space; and post interview, stop at a local brewery for a craft beer or two.
Its new, 7,600-square-foot office is in the historic Wonder Bread building near Petco Park.
Groups aim to increase investor interest in Southern California region.
The inaugural cohort of the new San Diego accelerator program for women-led startups is nearing the end of the 12-week program.
TECH: Highly Touted in 2016, KnuEdge Cites Lack of Funds
A San Diego company that emerged from stealth mode with $100 million nearly two years ago after a decade of developing artificial intelligence technologies may be forced to close due to a lack of funds.
The investment pushed its Series A round, which was led by Revolution Ventures, to about $8 million.
Hamilton recently announced the launch of a $36 million fund to invest in black female founders' companies. A San Diego-based company is among those in which she has previously invested.
While commiserating with Qualcomm workers left jobless in the wake of the company’s decision to cut roughly 9 percent of its local headcount, the region’s tech community is also eyeing the tech giant’s talented castoffs as a potential source of fuel for local innovation.
As trade talks continue, it's unclear whether regulators in China have resumed reviewing Qualcomm's proposed acquisition of NXP Semiconductors.
The bank attributed $1.3 billion of its $1.7 billion in deposits as of March 31 to fintech clients.
The material highlights career opportunities and lifestyle amenities available in the San Diego region.
Votes cast by attendees at the MetroConnect Grand Prize PitchFest on June 7 will determine which company is awarded the money.
FINANCE: Advisors Get Access to Support, Tools Under One Sign-In
Financial advisors at national brokerages, called wirehouses, have been leaving to join independent broker-dealers or become registered investment advisors (RIAs) in increasing numbers since the global financial crisis a decade ago.
Companies including Qualcomm, AT&T, Uber, Intel, GE, Matternet, AirMap and Cape are involved with the city's proposal.
Stock repurchases, which limit the supply of shares, are a way to lift stock prices.
But the company won't say whether his departure was prompted by the widespread layoffs that are underway.
Seismic anticipates the acquisition will push it to $100 million in revenue by year’s end.
Seqster's platform standardizes data from electronic medical records (EMRs), wearables, such as FitBit, and genomics reports, such as those produced by companies such as 23andMe.
Regulators in China are also set to determine the fate of Qualcomm's effort to acquire NXP Semiconductors NV, a Netherlands-based chip maker known for its automotive semiconductors, for more than $40 billion.
Jonathan Spangler joined San Diego medical device company NuVasive in 2001 as its first attorney.
The company adjusted its guidance for 2018 revenue, citing the growing percentage of subscription licenses in its bookings mix.
RESOURCE: Water Reuse and Desalination Tech Is in Demand
Technology invented by IDE Technologies, an Israeli-owned water treatment company that has its Americas region headquarters in Carlsbad, is being used in demonstration projects in California that could change how the drought-prone state approaches wastewater reuse — and present the company with even more business opportunities.
Companies are selected based on their potential as industry disrupters and on their readiness for venture capital investment.
Section 32, established in 2017, has put money from its first fund into at least 16 companies, including cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase and dockless bike-sharing service LimeBike.
San Diego Airport Seeks Startups With Parking, Customer Services Fixes For Innovation Lab 'Accelerator'
Entrepreneurs who are accepted to the 16-week program will get an inside look at the airport selection process.
Nine companies were tapped to host a group of government and military representatives during the two-day tour.
But its stock fell about 5 percent the day after its earnings report.
San Diego-based Trust & Will, the software startup that targets millennials with its simplified legal forms for estate planning, spent the past three months in an accelerator program run by Techstars, the Boulder, Colorado-based organization.
TECH: Teradata Taps Analytics To Transform Its Biz Model
Two rooms at Teradata Corp.’s offices in Rancho Bernardo, one of the publicly traded company’s largest campuses, provide a quick visual approximation of the transformation the company is undergoing.
It was Seacoast's first quarterly report since it fully integrated its systems with those of Capital Bank, the San Juan Capistrano-based institution Seacoast acquired Oct. 1.
The company plans to start selling its low-calorie pints at stores in Canada this month.
STARTUP: Incubator To Take 1% to 5% of Accepted Companies
EvoNexus, the startup incubator with offices in San Diego and Irvine, will require the next round of companies it admits to give up a stake in their business in exchange for EvoNexus’ services.
The company said its quarterly earnings incurred $310 million in charges related to its $1 billion cost-cutting plan announced in January.
Since its start in 1992, JMI has invested in more than 130 businesses.
The online learning program uses an interactive video format to teach programming concepts.
Fewer San Diego companies received venture capital backing in the first quarter of the year but the total dollars raised were up compared to the same quarter the year prior.
Southwest Geophysics' services are intended to reduce explorative costs and assist in mitigating unexpected site conditions.
Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) will cut 1,231 jobs in San Diego.
French diagnostics giant bioMérieux acquired San Diego-based Astute Medical in a $90 million cash deal announced earlier this month.
San Diego software startup Measurabl raised a $7 million Series A financing round led by Camber Creek, a venture capital firm that invests primarily in real estate technology, the company said April 16.
LEADERSHIP: UCSD Recognizes Joint Effort of Engineering, Management
The pair of professors who lead the UC San Diego Institute for the Global Entrepreneur, a collaborative effort between the Jacobs School of Engineering and the Rady School of Management launched in 2016, have been awarded endowed professorships.
Envisage plans to offer free access to VaultRMS' Exposure Tracker as part of itsFirstForward training network.
The company, which qualifies and pursues leads for real estate agents, employs about 150 people in San Diego.
CDC Small Business Finance has facilitated more than $13 billion in financing to more than 11,000 small businesses.
TECH: AI Likely To Be Necessary Part Of Cleaning Operations
Brain Corp., which makes artificial intelligence-powered navigation software that lets machines operate autonomously, has inked a deal with Tennant Co., a publicly traded Minnesota-based company that designs, sells and markets cleaning equipment worldwide.
The dividend payout will be 9 percent higher than what shareholders have received quarterly since April of 2017.