Maxwell Technologies secures $25M credit with East West Bank

Maxwell Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL), a producer of energy storage and power delivery solutions, announced Monday that it obtained a three-year, $25 million revolving credit facility for working capital purposes from East West Bank.


Qualcomm to release third-quarter earnings July 22

Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) announced Monday it will release its third-quarter fiscal 2015 earnings at 1 p.m. July 22.


OncoSec Medical appoints new VP of market development

San Diego-based OncoSec Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: ONCS), a company that develops DNA-based intratumoral cancer immunotherapies, has appointed Joann V. Lofgren to the newly created position of vice president of market development.


On the Agenda: Comic-Con, biotechs, landscape architects on tap this week


USS Ronald Reagan bids farewell to SD homeport


Real estate industry fights 1031 repeal


Kilroy Centre Del Mar wins top TOBY Award


Church buys space in office condominium


Realtors show pending resales up, distressed down


Solutions discussed for lack of diversity in STEM industry

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Uber's lobbying machine serves the public interest

Uber has become a fearsome, relentless lobbying machine. That much is clear from Karen Weise’s remarkable account in the current Bloomberg Businessweek of how the company overcame taxi-industry opposition and pesky local laws to bring its on-demand drivers to Portland, Ore.

Global trade, logistics knowledge community discusses student success

San Diego State University played host to a meeting organized by the Deputy Sector Navigator for Global Trade & Logistics (DSNGTL) for its Knowledge Community of International Business Programs in Region 10.

SBA brings exporting workshop to North County

As part of a series of workshops geared toward getting more small business owners to look abroad as a way to grow their businesses, the San Diego District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration hosted a free workshop on the benefits of exporting and the resources available to help them successfully expand into the global marketplace.

Supply chain technology added as academic discipline

The California Academic Senate approved Supply Chain Technology (SCT) at its Spring Plenary session as a new academic discipline for the 112 community colleges in California.

Need capital to help finance your export activities?

Need financing to help manufacture or purchase goods for export? Want to offer credit terms to your foreign buyers, but are concerned about payment? The SBA and EXIM Bank have several loan guarantee and direct loan programs available to that can provide working capital to support export orders or the export transaction cycle, and provide insurance on your foreign receivables.

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Interview with Well Fargo's Celia Lanning

July 1, 2015 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Celia Lanning, region president for Wells Fargo, about how Wells Fargo helps communities through charitable efforts, small business lending, and how customer service is still key to Well Fargo's success.

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