The Navy and shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO wrapped up sea trials of its fourth expeditionary ship, the USNS Hershel “Woody” Williams, on Jan. 19.
The San Diego company that makes devices and software for sleep issues reported that revenue rose to $601.3 million in the second quarter, a 13 percent year-over-year increase.
With that, Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) has eight of nine regulatory approvals it needs, with China yet to decide on the matter.
Broadcom has nominated an alternative set of board members to replace the existing board at Qualcomm in its attempt at a hostile takeover.
The startup was spun out of UC San Diego and UC Santa Barbara hardware security experts.
MARINE: Recovery Is Expected to Stay the Course
A rising tide in recreational boating is lifting the fortunes of local yacht brokerages, marinas and support services that suffered during the recession.
The company, formed in 2017, is focused on advanced oil extraction methods.
Faheem Hasnain and Sheila Gujrathi — former executives of Receptos — have launched a new San Diego biopharmaceutical company...
Whatever happens in 2018, it’s going to be a watershed year for Qualcomm Inc.
The privately held company keeps many things to itself, including financials. Still, multiyear contracts as well as the company’s varied technological interests offer hints of what may come in 2018.
TECH: Acquisitions Power Broadcomm’s New, Hostile Bid
Sixteen months ago, Qualcomm Inc. CEO Steve Mollenkopf found himself at a Silicon Valley office facing Broadcom Ltd. CEO Hock Tan and an intriguing business proposition.
ECONOMY: From Land to Law to Labs, Marijuana Sales Bring Changes, Opportunities
Inside a 1,000-square-foot room, yellow incandescent light filters down on leafy green marijuana plants in neat rows. Soon, plants and lighting will be added vertically — like a double-decker bus — so operator Outco can increase production more than twofold.
In 2017, Carlsbad’s Ionis Pharmaceuticals basked in the success of a drug it developed to treat spinal muscular atrophy in infants.
The company affirmed that all 11 existing Qualcomm board members will stand for reelection at the March 6 annual meeting.