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Though he began his professional life as quarterback for the San Diego Chargers, Drew Brees played just five seasons here before moving on to the New Orleans Saints, where he has won both a Super Bowl and the NFL’s Most Valuable Player honors.
A startup that wants to jump ahead of the augmented-reality competition says that a former employee has unfairly assisted a Chinese firm. Magic Leap Inc. said in an intellectual property lawsuit recently filed in California that a former engineer stole its technology for a headset that projects digital objects.
California’s cannabis technology and delivery company Eaze is sometimes called “the Uber of weed.” But the flourishing firm is facing a legal challenge from a marijuana delivery competitor.
It began life as San Diego Stadium, but has gone through a laundry list of names since then, from Jack Murphy Stadium to Qualcomm Stadium to today’s SDCCU Stadium. Regardless of what you call it, the giant multi-purpose facility has more than once been the focus of litigation.
If you drive north of San Diego for awhile on Interstate 5, you will get to Palo Alto. The city is often considered one of the centers of the high-tech industry, with companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Skype, VMware and Tesla headquartered there.
One of the first things people do when they fly from San Diego to another U.S. city is to get a rental car. Because Hertz is one of the very largest car rental brands in the nation, many travelers look for its familiar yellow and black logo.
Barefoot Bar & Grill says on its website that it offers “local craft beers, refreshing cocktails, burgers, fresh seafood and salads in Barefoot Bar and Grill's laid-back, waterfront setting.” Not everyone has been happy with the eatery, however.
Moments ago, there were six listings on Zillow for San Diego homes selling for $16 million and up. The top price was $30 million. But those gorgeous, frightfully expensive homes pale in comparison to the $150 million asking price for a palatial Bel Air beachfront home about 140 miles north of us.
A group of disabled city residents is demanding that an “obstacle course” is removed from city streets. In a federal lawsuit filed against San Diego businesses that provide shared ride scooters, the disabled residents say scooters left parked on sidewalks make their lives more difficult and infringe on their right to move about freely.
A subsidiary of a California chipmaker is to have its appeal heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. Broadcom Inc. seeks to resolve a shareholder lawsuit over its acquisition four years ago of Emulex Corp., headquartered less than 100 miles north of San Diego in Costa Mesa. Broadcom Inc. is located farther to the north, in San Jose.