SOFTWARE: Mitek’s Tools Take Verification to Next Level
On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog — or so goes the early 1990s adage about online anonymity.
PROPERTY: Rare Coalition Plots Steps for Expansion
Preliminary construction on a $685 million project to expand the San Diego Convention Center could start as soon as next summer — pending voter approval of a November ballot measure to pay for it.
TECH: Ex-Qualcomm Execs Go To Work Sans Corporate Perks
Money is often an obstacle to entrepreneurial success, but even well-funded startups sometimes struggle to build a company from scratch.
The Notre Dame-Navy football game on Oct. 27 at SDCCU Stadium will have an obvious built-in fan base given the military presence here. But there are some new Notre Dame stakeholders in the market as well.
Joel Davis is departing KGTV/ABC 10 for a similar position in Raleigh, N.C., which might prompt a few raised eyebrows. Really, Raleigh?
PROPERTY: WD-40 Emphasizes the Tribe and Shows Its Creative Vibe
Looking for that can of WD-40? Try under the kitchen sink.
PRODUCTION: New CEO Leverages Distribution Channels, Diverse Clients
Cables, connectors and jumpers. That’s the space where specialty manufacturer RF Industries Ltd. is finding its spark.
Bankers Hill on the edge of downtown San Diego is drawing renewed interest from developers, who see its proximity to Balboa Park and its reputation as one of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods as attributes few other locations can match.
Land is a big reason that North County has become such a big draw for commercial real estate development, but that’s only part of the picture, according to a report by the commercial real estate firm of Cushman & Wakefield.
PRODUCTION: Home Fan Launch Will Provide Another Revenue Stream
If you ask Solatube International Inc., president, Bob Westfall Jr., to describe what the daylight and ventilation systems manufacturing company is about in one sentence, he’d simply say: “fresh air and natural light — that is our business.”
New State Plan Changes Formula For Determining Level of Funding for Community Colleges
No longer content to tie support for community colleges primarily to enrollment levels, state officials have approved a new funding formula that will require the schools to demonstrate how well they are performing.
WORKFORCE: New Software, Tutoring Help Keep Students on Track
Although performance-based funding hasn’t come to California’s public universities, California State University San Marcos has begun taking steps to demonstrate how it is helping students succeed.
At the entrance to a lovely family home on Lago Lindo in Rancho Santa Fe is a low slung, white stucco wall framed with mature bougainvillea and towering eucalyptus trees.
Harrah’s Resort Southern California announced that it hosted its fourth annual “All-in 4 Change” awards luncheon, awarding $150,000 in grants to 15 of Southern California’s most deserving nonprofit organizations.
Since vulcanized tires were invented more than a century ago, the common complaint is what happens to a tire once it has served its useful life. Billions of old tires are buried in landfills throughout the world and will languish there for thousands of years because they do not biodegrade.
Arlan Hamilton, founder of venture firm Backstage Capital, will talk in a fireside-chat style event with San Diego entrepreneur Liane Thompson the evening of June 26 at Civic Center Plaza.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced June 21 that its unmanned vehicle technology received government approval to drive on the public highways.
La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology has elected three new board members:
The California Public Utilities Commission on June 21 turned down a proposal from San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to build a $639 million natural gas pipeline from Rainbow Station to Miramar, saying there is no need.
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