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Business events in the coming week include a talk on healthy buildings, an annual barbecue and open house, and a forum on open space.


Locally-based Murphy Development Co., best known for having developed millions of square feet on Otay Mesa, has paid a reported $28 million to purchase 30.9 acres in the Scripps Ranch Business Park from Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC).

Thermo Fisher Scientific and the UC San Diego Office of Research Affairs unveiled the Duane Roth Innovation Grant, which provides scientific investigators at UC San Diego with a $50,000 annual funding opportunity for sponsored research that supports proof of concept and technology applications studies.

San Diego-based Envision Solar International Inc. (OTCQB: EVSI) announced Thursday that the Schmidt Family Foundation has selected its EV ARC product after considering more than 100 other submissions for projects aimed at increasing the adoption of EVs in the United States.


Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE: TMO) and the UC San Diego Office of Research Affairs unveiled the Duane Roth Innovation Grant, which provides scientific investigators at UC San Diego with a $50,000 annual funding opportunity for sponsored research that supports proof of concept and technology applications studies.

Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. (Nasdaq: PSMI), founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, has introduced the UltraCMOS PE42542 and PE42543 18 GHz SP4T broadband RF switches.

San Diego-based Nextivity Inc. announced Wednesday the launch of the Cel-Fi Duo, a new dual-band smart signal booster designed for use on 3G, 4G LTE (including VoLTE) and UMTS networks.


While social media has changed a lot of things about the legal profession, certain ethical guidelines remain firm.

David Titus has joined Cooley LLP as a senior vice president of business development in its San Diego office.

Houston-based Lionstone Investments, on behalf of a group of institutional investors, has acquired the San Diego Tech Center office campus in Sorrento Mesa.

QPID Health, a developer of clinical intelligence software, Tuesday announced it's opening its first West Coast location in San Diego and moving to new headquarters in Boston.


Life science companies don’t seem to be too worried that water restrictions would be imposed upon them, given the large economic impact of this industry on the San Diego economy.

Carlsbad-based Linear LLC, a Nortek company (Nasdaq: NTK), announced Monday the appointment Tom Cummiskey as senior vice president of global sales.

Palomar Medical Center has just been named one of the top five technologically advanced hospitals in the world by Top Master’s In Healthcare.

Sotera Wireless has appointed Charlie Alvarez as senior vice president of sales and marketing.

Apple’s announcements last week showed the strength of the company’s product design capabilities. No company can match its skills in industrial design, engineering and the integration of beautiful software and hardware. But Apple is also skilled in its ability to exaggerate. Without taking away from its accomplishments, Apple takes credit without embarrassment for features it hasn’t originated.


TIANJIN, China — Qualcomm Inc. is working with 90 partners on devices in China and sees opportunities for growth even as the chipmaker grapples with an anti-monopoly probe in the world’s largest smartphone market.

New tech start-up Academically InformED has joined the TVE2 Incubator program, marking the 12th company to participate in the program since opening in November 2012.

In an expected pre-requisite of more leased commercial space, JLL (NYSE: JLL) reported that San Diego County' high technology cycle is in the early stages of growth.

Business and professional groups this week will take on topics ranging from action sports to industry associations to health care.

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