What happened at Co-Merge downtown last week was a parent’s greatest wish come true.
Plenty of successful companies exist in San Diego. But when you examine the methods each one used to get to where they are, something clear stands out: They each traveled a different path.
Introducing our new blog on the San Diego startups scene, where we’ll cover struggles and successes on the local tech front.
It’s not just nerd stuff. Information technology guides many of the city’s critical functions. So why aren’t we asking the candidates about it?
The discussion of how scientific discoveries can be harnessed and turned into products or services looms anew in San Diego, where local universities and researchers pull in more than $1 billion in government and private grants yearly.
Our live conversation Wednesday about innovation in San Diego centered on themes from our quest series, including the history of land grants for R&D in San Diego.
As the region eyes young, talented workers, perspectives on why such companies would set up shop here show the calculation is complicated.
What you’re saying this week.
North County’s light-rail commuter train is shut down indefinitely. Here’s why.
San Diego home prices rose in 2012 as inventory dropped low early in the year — and stayed low.