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Operations at the Port of San Diego and 28 other West Coast ports were set to continue after a labor contract covering dock workers expired at 5 p.m. July 1.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy said the company has entered into a 20-year power purchase agreement with Great Plains Energy
Bradley Feldmann took over as CEO of Cubic Corp. on July 1 in a planned management transition.
Sungear Inc., a San Diego manufacturer of precision gear components for the aerospace industry, has been acquired by Pittsburgh, Pa.-based H-D Advanced Manufacturing Corp., the buyer said.
ImageWare Systems Inc., the San Diego-maker of identity management software, was selected to implement a multimodal biometric driver license system for the state of Baja California, Mexico, the company announced.
San Diego Gas & Electric said it is prepared to meet this summer’s energy demands but there may be days when it will need help from customers.
Cubic Corp. has two new defense contracts in hand.
San Diego-based WD-40 Co. said its board of directors declared its regular quarterly dividend June 24, 2014 of 34 cents per share, payable July 31, 2014 to stockholders of record at the close of business on July 11, 2014.
Nearly 50,000 San Diego jobs were directly connected to foreign investment in 2011, or nearly double the number of jobs connected to foreign investment 20 years ago, according to a report from the Bookings Institution.
San Diego-based EDF Renewable Energy agreed to sell the CID Solar Project to Dominion Exploration & Production.
Manufacturing: Region Has Advantage With Access to Labor in Mexico
As the economy recovers from the recession, manufacturers in San Diego County are looking for ways to better compete with their counterparts in Asia, who have lower labor costs.
To keep prices down as they compete globally, many San Diego County manufacturers are forced to forge alliances with companies outside the U.S. Five of San Diego’s manufacturers took some time to discuss the choices they made to build a profitable company. Tower Paddle
La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co. has signed an option agreement with Stanford University that will add proprietary technology to its programs, the pharma company said.
Sempra Energy said its liquefied natural gas project in Louisiana obtained approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, paving the way to its construction later this year.
The U.S. Air Force said that it awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. an $89.7 million contract modification for operation and support of its BACN electronics.