Recently, Zesty's 33-year-old CEO stepped down to focus again on the technology underpinning the company's software, which is now being used by enterprise clients including Sony Electronics.
Cox Communications has named Duane Cameron vice president of Cox Business San Diego.
Sempra Energy’s $9.45 billion deal to acquire Oncor has garnered unanimous support from 10 stakeholders involved in the regulatory proceedings, it was announced last week.
Viasat Inc. said it expanded its relationship with Little Rock, Arkansas-based Perfect 10 to provide nationwide fulfillment services.
Broadcom Ltd. increased its bid for Qualcomm Inc. to $82 per share, and has invited Qualcomm Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs to sit on the combined company’s board.
Innovations that improve waste management, streamlining transactions and use artificial intelligence are likely to be among the program's priorities.
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc. recently announced a new contract and passed a milestone on a second project.
If you want to compete in the Indy 500, you need speed, power and efficiency. You qualify for the race by driving your highly specialized car at roughly 230 mph for four laps (10 miles). Your machine has to perform flawlessly.
Pulse Electronics Corp. closed its acquisition of Egston Holdings GMBH, an Austria-based company that provides magnetics and cable assemblies to several industries, including the automotive, industrial, power magnetics and electric vehicle markets.
Electronics component maker RF Industries Ltd. closed out its 2017 fiscal year in October with $382,000 of net income, transitioning from a year with a $4.1 million net loss. The Miramar-area business reported net sales of $31 million for fiscal 2017 and $30.2 million in fiscal 2016.
CUSTOM CONTENT: Increased Investments from China Create Unique Growth Opportunities for US Companies
Custom Content from the San Diego Business Journal
For companies in the United States, there’s never been a better time to attract investors from China and expand market share in Asia.
Escondido-based One Stop Systems priced its initial public offering at $5 per share, below the $6 to $8 range it had anticipated.
Qualcomm Inc. reported a net loss of $5.95 billion — largely because of one-time items — on revenue of $6.07 billion during the first quarter of its 2018 fiscal year, which ended Dec. 24.
Classy's new CMO most recently led corporate marketing at the software company Atlassian.
The U.S. Air Force awarded $49.3 million worth of software work to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.