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Business and professional groups are scheduling a slew of social events this week. Mixers, potlucks and luaus are on the agenda.

San Diego's Mitchell International and CommNexus have teamed up to launch a new business incubation program known as Mitchell@EvoNexus.

A virtual reality system that can be used with lightweight, wireless brain monitors to learn how the brain navigates and responds to spatial cues, may help design senior care centers better suited to how older people navigate, according to the spatial and navigational cues that work best later in life.

Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed the award of its ticketing and fare collection contract, starting in August 2015, to San Diego-based Cubic Corp.’s UK subsidiary Cubic Transportation Systems Limited following a competitive tender.

Last year, U.S. companies lost an estimated $100 billion through cyberattacks — and the attacks will likely increase as society moves toward the so-called Internet of Things, cybersecurity specialists warned San Diego's Corporate Director's Forum on Wednesday.

Chicago-based GTCR, a private equity firm, announced Wednesday that it has acquired San Diego's cloud-based software firm Xifin Inc.

Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) subsidiary Qualcomm Technologies Inc. has completed its acquisition of EmpoweredU, a developer of an intuitive, mobile-centric cloud-based learning platform.

San Diego ranks third on the list of top life sciences clusters in the United States, but the industry saw volatility in the first half of the year, with stocks that surged and then slumped. The first half of 2014 in the San Diego tech scene was filled with some welcome financial news and a call to arms for the startup community.

Military needs are being reshaped as the U.S. armed forces undergo a period of transition amid a fiscally constrained environment. Industry partners have been asked to be adaptive and innovative in fulfilling escalating needs for reconnaissance and surveillance systems, unmanned vehicles and cybersecurity solutions -- for less money.

Two Sysorex Global Holdings Corp. (Nasdaq: SYRX) subsidiaries opened joint offices at 2175 Salk Ave. in Carlsbad.

San Diego-based Power Analytics Corp. has agreed to be acquired by Raleigh, N.C.-based Causam Energy Inc. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Cubic Transportation Systems, a developer of IT and payment systems and services for public transportation, has been awarded a contract for more than $8 million to convert existing paper magnetic farecard vending machines to sales and reload devices for SmarTrip, the contactless smart card for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA).

Cardiff-based Restaurant Revolution Technologies Inc. (RRT), a provider of takeout order solutions for the restaurant industry, has named Eric Dahrling as its new vice president of operations.

Over the course of a business day I spend lots of time using iCal, Apple’s default calendar program. I use it to plan, to keep track of my schedule, create alerts for appointments and import my travel schedule from TripIt.

CommNexus will be hosting a panel on Thursday to discuss what the millennial generation wants from employers and how these 86 million people will impact the workplace for generations to come.

Now that the superheroes have left town, business and professional groups can get back to business.

Comic-Con may have drawn bigger crowds, but for anyone with an interest in genomics, it’s hard to imagine a more star-studded room than the meeting space at Arris in Sorrento Valley on Thursday night.

Nilesh Patel, most recently the vice president of global product strategy for the technology company Asurion, has joined Overland Storage Inc. as the company's vice president of product management and product marketing.

Qualcomm Inc. shares fell the most in almost three years after the chipmaker said it’s struggling to collect license revenue from handset makers in China, the world’s largest mobile-phone market, threatening profit growth.

CBS Local Media has entered into an agreement to acquire Eventful Inc., a San Diego-based digital media company, CBS officials announced Thursday.

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