The presence of U.S. Navy SEALs is one reason the San Diego region will continue to attract Pentagon dollars. At top, two students at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado prepare to exchange dive gear during an exercise. At bottom, a student ...
Debra Baker and Legal Vertical Strategies LLC have taken legal industry statistical analysis to a new level. In environments where attorneys are plentiful and premium work is scarce, executive committees increasingly rely on statistical analysis of attorney performance to help ...
Jimbo’s upcoming store at Westfield Horton Plaza will have specially equipped elevators and escalators to accommodate grocery carts.
Austin Gatus, a cancer patient who provided musical entertainment, and Rady’s Children’s Hospital CEO Kathleen Sellick attended a fundraising gala.
Students work to counter live hacker attacks during the 2010 Mayor’s Cyber Cup competition in San Diego. Businesses such as ESET and SAIC support the annual event. Northrop Grumman participates in similar student competitions.
Jim Matteo, CEO of Bird Rock Systems, works with companies and defense contractors to provide security solutions for computer networks and says that a first step in protecting your data from malicious software begins with coaching employees on what is ...
San Diego Christian College recently purchased five Santee office buildings for a new campus.
Centre City Development Corp. has approved plans for a 364-room dual hotel project planned for downtown San Diego, on the former Fat City/ China Camp site near Little Italy.
The structure of the partnership between Scripps Research Institute and Bristol-Meyers Squibb is the first of many such arrangements Scripps hopes to pursue.
The Navigator DS, made by Carticept Medical Inc., is in the early stages of use after a recent FDA approval. The system allows doctors to directly inject pain medication into joint areas while having an image of the procedure.
This screen shot of an app developed by Palomar Health called Medical Information Anywhere Anytime or MIAA, allows a physician to use a smartphone or an electronic tablet to remotely monitor a hospitalized patient’s temperature and other vital signs. The ...