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Qualcomm Inc., the biggest maker of mobile-phone chips, reduced its forecast for revenue and profit this year, reflecting lost semiconductor orders at a major customer and more competition in China.

The Internet of Things holds a lot of promise, but can also harbor its share of problems, according to a panel Wednesday at the Securing our eCity's Data Privacy Day.

San Diego's Mitek (Nasdaq: MITK), a developer of mobile imaging for financial transactions and identification, announced the addition of Bill Aulet to the board of directors.

Your identity is twice as likely to be stolen as your house is to be broken into.

Car-sharing company car2go N.A. LLC announced Tuesday that its more than 30,000 San Diego members will have access to a new electric smart fleet starting Wednesday.

RF Industries Ltd. (NASDAQ: RFIL) announced that its board of directors has promoted president Johnny Carl Walker to the additional position of CEO.

The five-story AT&T Data Center, a 499,402-square-foot facility at 7337 Trade St. in the Miramar submarket of San Diego, was constructed in 1983 on a 16.86-acre lot.

The $256.5 million sale of the massive San Diego Tech Center in Sorrento Mesa was by far the largest transaction of 2014.

A San Diego company has received an exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration to use unmanned aerial vehicles -- or drones -- for commercial aerial photography and inspections.

A day after hitting $200 per share for the first time since it began trading in 2000, Illumina reported record-setting financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2014.

One of the major themes at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was the Internet of Things or IoT. Many of the speakers — including CEOs of major corporations, industry analysts and investors — discussed the topic.

Three venture capital experts discussed what trends are taking shape for 2015 and what those trends might mean for VCs and would-be portfolio companies.

Former Qualcomm Inc. CEO Paul E. Jacobs, who stepped down in March, and his replacement, Steven M. Mollenkopf, were paid a combined $117.7 million in the company’s latest fiscal year as part of a plan to retain its employees.

The key takeaway from San Diego Venture Group’s 2015 Venture Outlook is that the region has been performing fairly well by most measures compared to the overall venture capital industry, though there have been several downward trends over the last decade to keep an eye on.

Cypher Genomics Inc. and Sequenom Inc. (Nasdaq: SQNM) announced a development agreement for next generation of noninvasive prenatal tests.

RF Industries Ltd. (NASDAQ: RFIL) has completed the acquisition of East Brunswick, N.J.-based Comnet Telecom Supply Inc., a supplier of telecommunications and data products.

San Diego-based SmartDrive Systems, a developer of driving performance solutions aimed at reducing collisions and improving fuel efficiency, announced that Waxie Sanitary Supply is transitioning its entire fleet to SmartDrive’s video-based safety program.

While 2014 was a solid year for small-business bank lending and 2015 is predicted to post even larger totals, what about those early-stage startup companies seeking microloans or that aren’t able to qualify for a bank loan? All hope is not lost.

360 Systems has selected San Diego-based Solekai Systems for advanced digital media software development of its next generation of broadcast video servers.

Lytx Inc., a leader in driver safety, announced record growth in 2014 with 57,000 new subscriptions-in-service.

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