16.12.2012 [Wall Street Journal Deutschland] - Außerdem sind Smartphones geplant, die sich mit Sensoren zu Hause, in Autos, Läden und medizinischen Geräten verbinden. Der 50-jährige Jacobs, der in Elektrotechnik promoviert hat, ist der Sohn des Mitgründers Irwin Jacobs. Mit dem Wall Street Journal
Irwin Mark Jacobs (born October 18, 1933) is an electrical engineer and the co-founder and former chairman of Qualcomm, and chair of the board of trustees of the Salk Institute. In 2010, Jacobs was listed as number 828 on Forbes's annual list of the World's Top Billionaires. The World's Billionaires number 828 Irwin Jacobs. Forbes, accessed December 30, 2010.
20.12.2012 [Huffington Post] - Irwin Jacobs, a founder of Qualcomm, has contributed $2.2 million to super PACs. Jacobs is worth $1.15 billion and ranks 372nd on the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans. Jacobs has given $2 million to Priorities USA Action (supporting Barack
20.12.2012 [Huffington Post] - Irwin Jacobs (D). Irwin Jacobs, a founder of Qualcomm, has contributed $2.2 million to super PACs. Jacobs is worth $1.15 billion and ranks 372nd on the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans. Jacobs has given $2 million to Priorities USA Action
16.12.2012 [The Wall Street Journal Americas] - El presidente ejecutivo de 50 años de edad, quien tiene un doctorado en ingeniería eléctrica y es hijo del cofundador Irwin Jacobs, se sentó recientemente en las oficinas de la empresa en San Diego, California, para hablar sobre el futuro del mercado
10.12.2012 [KPBS] - ... Center, funding all of the equipment, including the digital conversion, support for the recent radio transmitter move to Mt. Soledad, and last year's remodel that transformed KPBS' second floor into the state-of-the-art, Joan and Irwin Jacobs News
05.12.2012 [Xconomy] - Qualcomm operates an advanced wireless communications R&D center in Haifa that founder Irwin Jacobs established almost … Next Page ». Bruce V. Bigelow is the editor of Xconomy San Diego. You can e-mail him at email@example.com or call (619)
01.12.2012 [Voice of San Diego] - If local philanthropists like Irwin Jacobs really want to help Balboa Park, step up and offer to pay for some of the maintenance the city has deferred for decades, instead of insisting on wholesale changes to the park before you'll cough up any dough