TECHNOLOGY: Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Light Makes It Possible
BIOTECH: Annual Revenue Up $451 Million
Dexcom Inc. expects to crack the $2 billion mark when it is time to report revenue for 2021.
Pentagon’s Advanced Projects Office Awards Contract Worth $22M
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) awarded General Atomics a $22.2 million contract for the initial phase of the DRACO program. The program’s goal is to demonstrate a nuclear thermal propulsion (NPT) system above low Earth orbit in 2025.
Two Contractors Get Work on LCAC Vessels Based at Camp Pendleton
The U.S. Navy tapped two small businesses from San Diego to provide services for its fleet of LCAC landing craft.
LEADERSHIP: Top Urban Strategist Sees New Technology Working to Enhance the Public Realm
Jack Illes, CEO of Smart City Labs, and managing partner of Urban Strategies, helps cities get connected with three different strategies. Each has its own business model.
Last week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Sony Electronics with a 2020 Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Management Award.
LEADERSHIP: Nonprofit Brings Together Entities Facing Common Challenge
The San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence has named Lisa Easterly its president and CEO.
TECH: Co. Will Occupy All 4 Floors of Sorrento Mesa Building
Google has announced ambitious, nationwide growth plans that include an expansion in San Diego.
TECH: Bidding War Drives Original Price Up
The acquisition of Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) has turned into a bidding war which at the end of March steadily drove up the price of the San Diego electronics company.
ENTERTAINMENT: HiDef Plans to Hire Aggressively, Ramp Up Development
HiDef Inc., a video game startup founded by entertainment and gaming industry veterans, has raised $7.5 million in a Series A round of venture capital funding.
DEFENSE: Local U.S. Navy Leaders Talk About Defense Contracting and Old Town Redevelopment
A changing landscape occupies Rear Adm. Douglas Small and John Pope.
Despite Some Challenges Most Firms See Uptick in Business
While most construction, architectural and engineering firms were deemed as essential during the pandemic and were allowed to remain open, the global pandemic created unexpected impacts for the industries.
TECH: Firm Has Helped More Than 400 Software Professionals
BIOTECH: Co.’s Marketplace Has More Than 400 Chemical Formulations
TECH: Region a Top Destination for Entrepreneurs