Vik Jolly

Managing Editor

Email: vjolly@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-634-4623

Recent Stories

SDBJ Insider: Padres Can Toast 50 Years With Swingin’ Friar

The San Diego Padres will commemorate 50 years in the city this year.

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SDBJ Indiser: National Security Interests May Help Qualcomm, Again

Qualcomm Inc.’s got a lot of legal balls in the air. And, an arm of the U.S. government may help settle one of the key cases, in which a defeat could be a big blow to the San Diego chipmaker’s patent licensing business.

SDBJ INSIDER: Athena Leader Builds Alliance, Support Network

Athena CEO Holly Smithson is continuing to raise the organization’s profile beyond San Diego County. Late last year Athena announced a collaboration with the United Nations Global Compact to promote gender equality.

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SDBJ Insider: San Diego Is Well Represented On Top Givers’ List

Two San Diego individuals and two couples have made The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s 2018 top 50 givers’ list, including two of the founders of Qualcomm Inc.

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SDBJ Insider: Portfolium’s Own Skill Set Draws Buyer

Portfolium, the San Diego company that offered a platform for students to build digital portfolios of their work, was sold Feb. 19 to Instructure Inc. (NYSE: INST), a Salt Lake City-based SaaS company that developed a platform for teachers. The deal was expected to close within seven days.

SDBJ Insider: Book Offers Advice From a Woman Who’s Been There

Robin Toft has accomplished what she thought she would do way back when: Be an inspirational speaker. She’s penned a 147-page book which essentially sets you up with solid advice from a seasoned head hunter.

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SDBJ Insider: Halozyme’s Platform Keeps Delivering For Company

The partnership deals just keep rolling in for Halozyme Therapeutics’ drug delivery technology.

SDBJ INSIDER: San Diego - Where Tech Comes to Work and Play

Illumina, Qualcomm, Intuit, Sony, Viasat, Brain Corp., and others are featured. So are San Diego’s beaches, blue skies and cityscapes.

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Tourism, Craft Beer Confident in Having Customers’ Support

ECONOMY: Surveys Show Optimism Nearly Unchanged from 2017

San Diego craft brewers are still confident about the future of locally-made beer even as they worry about competition and market saturation.

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