A quarter-century ago, San Diego and its suburbs imported 95 percent of their water supplies. Thanks to investments in desalination and other efforts to boost supplies, that figure has already dropped to 57 percent and is projected to fall to just 18 percent sometime in the next two decades.
Where is America’s tech and software industry thriving? In a new study conducted for the San Diego Regional EDC, researchers took an interesting stab at that question, assessing which metro areas have the strongest concentrations of software developers, spread across a broad array of industries, as well as the best compensation and job growth, and access to venture capital funding.
A new bridge linking San Diego and Tijuana, Cross Border Xpress, is the latest way to speed up international travel to and from the U.S.
Venture capital investors poured $334.1 million into 27 deals in San Diego during the last three months of 2015, a surge that outpaced the entire states of Texas and Colorado. The total was more than twice as much as the $123.7 million that VCs invested in 22 San Diego startups during the last quarter of 2014.