After raising near-record amounts in 2018, San Diego startups continued to draw big investments into the new year.
With the rise of the Impossible Burger and Beyond Meat tacos, and other plant-based products, one San Diego startup is looking to take a bite of a growing market.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked UC San Diego’s Jacobs School of Engineering at No. 11 among the nation’s graduate engineering schools.
BUILDING: Project Offers Community Inspiring Amenities And Variety of Home Styles
A new community that is a mini city of sorts is taking shape in eastern Chula Vista’s Otay Ranch with a goal of re-creating the feel of older small towns but with the amenities modern homebuyers want at a price they can afford.
Matthew Rattner, longtime president and co-founder of Karl Strauss Brewing Co.
Adela de la Torre said San Diego State University will push innovation like never before during her inauguration as the university president. The former University of California, Davis administrator, who became the ninth president of the university on April 11, is the first woman and Latina in the role.
LEGAL: Tech Landscape Changes Would Go Beyond Two Cos.
Qualcomm Inc. and Apple Inc. will face each other in court again, in another important legal skirmish putting billions of dollars and Qualcomm’s licensing business at stake.
EDUCATION: New Program Recognizes Changing Dynamics
Despite the gains in employment and an overall decrease in the region’s unemployment rate to 3. 5 percent, experts have found that there is a gap between many workers’ skill sets and the training and education required for labor in many of San Diego’s key industries.
San Diego-based MedImpact Healthcare Systems will lay off up to 64 employees, citing business consolidation.
Turning Point Therapeutics — which is developing drugs for treatment-resistant cancers — set terms for an initial public offering.
San Diego’s Sorrento Therapeutics has accused biotech entrepreneur Patrick Soon-Shiong of a “catch and kill” scheme to keep a drug off the market, according to a complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
A 1970’s-era Mesa College building that was once used for science classes and administrative offices has been transformed into fine arts center in a $15.9 million project completed by C.W. Driver Cos.