Archive for February, 2007

Week thirty-five

I was at a CONNECT/MIT Enterprise Forum conference last night with Mary Ann Beyster, where the topic of discussion was “the next big thing.” CONNECT was established at the University of San Diego in 1985. It is a San Diego-based organization that endeavors to bring together local entrepreneurs with early money investors and venture capital […]

Week thirty-four

The Economic Development Corporation of San Diego had their annual awards event last week at the Jenny Craig Pavilion at the University of San Diego. A couple of people were honored, including Dr. Kazuo Inamori, the founder of Kyocera, who received the Herb Klein Civic Leadership Award, and Malin Burnham. Kyocera has built a very […]

Week thirty-three

Craig Racine (Week 32): We did not ignore the founding of AESC in our SAIC alumni chart. The company is listed in the updated chart that was submitted to our publisher a couple of weeks ago. The chart on this blog will be updated soon to reflect this change, as well as a number of […]

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