The outcome of the Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust trial could ultimately change how Qualcomm Inc. licenses its technology to device-makers. It could also set the tone for how Qualcomm approaches one of its biggest customers, Apple Inc.
Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf was granted $6 million in stock options tied to the company's performance.
Trust & Will, a San Diego company with an online system for creating trusts, wills and other estate-planning paperwork, raised $2 million in seed funding.
Attack IQ, a San Diego cybersecurity company, added a new chief information security officer and vice president of engineering.
PetDesk, a San Diego platform for veterinarians, raised $12 million to expand to groomers.
Anticipating continuing work building ships for the U.S. Navy and commercial clients, General Dynamics NASSCO has constructed and equipped a new facility to fabricate steel components for ships.
AlwaysAI, a Solana Beach company that makes tools to help developers use deep learning computer vision, raised $4 million in a series A round.
Nitin Jain, a founder of San Diego based chipmaker Anokiwave Inc., has been named a fellow of the IEEE, or Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The award recognizes leadership in the development of physics-based models for millimeter wave system-on-chip integrated circuits.
Wiliot, which is making sticker-sized Bluetooth sensors, raised $30 million in a series B round.
After a record-breaking 2018 for venture capital, San Diego companies brought in one last present before the end of the holiday season, closing several substantial funding rounds.
Teradata promoted its chief operating officer to serve as CEO of the data analytics company.
Foothill Transit has awarded Cubic Corp. a $4.5 million contract to make its bus fare collection system compatible with the regional TAP system — the smart card system used by transit providers in the greater Los Angeles area.
2019 Look Ahead: TECHNOLOGY
Sempra Energy went through several changes in 2018 and could change some more by the time 2019 is over.
Classy, which builds fundraising platforms for nonprofits, beat its record for the most donations made in a single day on Dec. 31.
Analytics Ventures added executives from Qualcomm Life, Software AG and GE Ventures to its advisory board.