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The last full week of July is full of local award ceremonies, dinners and presentations. From computer forensics, Pinterest and renewable energy to annual awards, a summer work party and even a ball, the local business community has served up a platter anyone can enjoy.
Beginning in late September, a course offered through a partnership between the University of California, San Diego and the San Diego Zoo will provide an introduction to biomimicry to high school students.
The San Diego Foundation is the first community foundation in the nation to develop applications available for free download on iPhones, iPads and Androids.
Biotech company Verenium Corp. and Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. celebrated Thursday the grand opening of Verenium's new office and laboratory building in San Diego.
San Diego-based Celladon Corp., a biopharmaceutical company focused on treatments for cardiovascular diseases, announced Thursday that a patent has been issued with claims that cover the administration of MYDICAR, the company's first in-class drug under clinical evaluation for advanced heart failure.
Qualcomm Inc., the largest seller of mobile-phone semiconductors, gained after quarterly results showed consumers in emerging markets are trading up to next- generation smartphones, lifting selling prices.
External funding for the research by scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego surpassed $150 million this year for the first time.
Biotechnology company Organovo Holdings Inc. announced Tuesday a facility relocation and expansion in Sorrento Mesa.
Conatus Pharmaceuticals Inc. has named Daniel Ripley its head of corporate development, according to a release Tuesday from the San Diego-based pharmaceutical company.
Leap Wireless International Inc. (Nasdaq: LEAP) shares declined the most in more than a month after the company said it’s terminating the employment of Chief Operating Officer Raymond Roman, according to Bloomberg News.
When I was in Israel two weeks ago, my friend Ken rushed up to tell me he had just gotten one of the first Samsung Galaxy S III smartphones to reach the country. It was easy to imagine a similar reaction occurring in many other countries, as well. This has been one of the most eagerly anticipated phones in … well, months. (But years might as well be centuries in the realm of new high-tech products.) And, sure enough, Samsung said it expects to ship 10 million of these phones by the end of this month.
Tealium, a provider of online enterprise tag management, has received $10.5 million in Series B financing from Battery Ventures to help fund its growth.
San Diego-based Medistem Inc. announced recently the successful administration of its universal donor stem cell product in two patients with critical limb ischemia, an advanced form of peripheral artery disease, as part of a 15-patient study.
SmartDrive Systems and DriveCam Inc., both based in San Diego, have agreed to resolve all outstanding patent litigation and trade secret claims between the companies concerning their respective products, statements from each of the two driver safety-focused companies said in statements Monday
As San Diego recovers from Comic-Con, make sure to check out the local events the business community is hosting this week.
San Diego-based Analog Analytics, a white label digital coupons and daily deal platform, was purchased in late May by Barclaycard, a major financial institution.
Lockheed Martin Corp. reacted to a challenging defense budget by cutting hundreds of jobs on Tuesday, and San Diego was among the regions on the chopping block.
The U.S. Navy exercised an option authorizing Advantech to continue implementing a contract providing a dozen hospital construction experts to augment Navy staff as part of the new $451 million naval hospital at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, according to Jack Fraser, P.E., Advantech president and CEO.
A Bay Area heavy hitter in the textbook sales and rental market swooped in to pluck up HubEdu Inc., a months-old startup that's been growing in the downtown EvoNexus incubator.