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Taxes, skilled-worker immigration policy, export regulations and research funding topped the challenges facing San Diego’s innovators, according to a joint panel Tuesday of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association and Connect.

San Diego-based Black Mountain Systems, a software company that develops data and process management solutions for asset managers and financial institutions, has been acquired by Stone Point Capital, a private equity firm.


The Federal Aviation Administration granted Sempra Energy’s SDG&E subsidiary a Section 333 exemption to use unmanned aircraft systems for commercial purposes.

With spring arriving — at least in California — and the Travel Goods Show in Las Vegas just concluding, attention is turning to travel. Here are some products I’ve been trying out.


Business and professional groups have a range of activities planned this week.

EvoNexus’ third Demo Day was its biggest yet, with 16 startups drawing a crowd of well over 300 to the UC San Diego Rady School of Management on Thursday evening to hear the companies’ five-minute pitches and send the audience favorite to a dinner with 20 potential investors.

Three San Diego stalwarts were awarded Department of Defense contracts this week, with BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair, Cubic Applications and Ratheon Integrated Defense Systems each earning multimillion-dollar contracts.


The U.S. Navy’s top warplanes can’t be launched off its newest aircraft carrier if they’re carrying fuel tanks needed to extend their flight range because the ship’s high-tech catapults cause too much wear.

During the China Content Broadcasting Network Exhibition in Beijing this week, San Diego’s Entropic (Nasdaq: ENTR) -- a company specializing in broadband technology and home connectivity – unveiled several major projects in China.


A subsidiary of Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) has joined with New York’s AMC Health in a collaborative effort to boost wireless connectivity and care coordination with patients who have heart problems, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma or lung disease.

Growing interest in crowdfunding may prompt University of San Diego's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate to offer additional, in-depth programming.


San Diego biotech Lpath Inc. (Nasdaq: LPTN) reported that its Phase 2a study of Asonep for the treatment of kidney cancer did not lead to statistically significant progression-free survival in patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma.

Southeastern Asset Management, a global investment management firm run by billionaire investor Mason Hawkins, started the year with Carlsbad’s ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) as its top small-cap investment holding, the online investment site Insider Monkey reported Tuesday.


Cadence Pharma co-founder Ted Schroeder shared some of the company's twists and turns on its way to success at an Association for Corporate Growth event last week.

Visa just announced a new technology it will be using to reduce credit card fraud when we make purchases. It’s called geolocation, developed by Finsphere of Belleview, Wash.

San Diego-based e.Digital Corp. (OTCQB: EDIG) announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted the company a new patent to its existing six patents in the Nunchi patent portfolio.


Business and professional groups will host a range of activities this week.

Net sales for San-Diego based Pulse Electronics Corporation were down almost 9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2014 compared with a year ago, but operating profit was steady.


Andrew Viterbi might not be a household name, but his work is what allows every digital communication device in your home to function.

San-Diego based OneRoof Energy Inc., a residential solar services provider, has closed a financing agreement with Spindrift Equities LLC.

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