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Qualcomm Inc. broke into the top 10 list — at number 9 — of companies receiving U.S. patents during 2013, according to IFI Claims Patent Services.
Meridian Rack & Pinion, doing business as San Diego-based BuyAutoParts.com, said it was acquired by private equity firms and the company’s management team.
Cubic Defense Systems was awarded an $18.3 million contract from Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to design and integrate its latest-generation air combat training system for the F-35 Lightning II, also known as the “Joint Strike Fighter,” Cubic announced.
PureForge named Walter Frankiewicz as its new chief executive officer.
EDF Renewable Energy has acquired the Roosevelt Wind Project LLC from Infinity Wind Power.
WD-40 Co., the maker of lubricants and other household products, reported 2014 fiscal year first quarter sales of $95.5 million, a new record and up about $200,000 from the prior year’s first quarter.
TECH: Qualcomm Joins Others in Pursuit of the Automobile Platform Market
Long before it fell in love with computer technology, America fell in love with the automobile. And it is still carrying a torch, judging from exhibits at CES, the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
Though aware of a controversy over Barrio Logan industries, the secretary of the Navy refused to be carried into the debate over the neighborhood’s future during a pair of public appearances in San Diego on Jan. 9.
Cubic Corp.'s defense systems subsidiary received a $25 million contract to provide combat training systems to the U.S. Air Force and unspecified U.S. allies in the Middle East.
Provide Commerce, the San Diego parent company to a range of national online retailers including ProFlowers, RedEnvelope, and Cherry Moon Farms, said it has more than 500 temporary jobs it is looking to fill in advance of its busiest time of the year around Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14.
Continuing with the automotive theme of the Las Vegas consumer electronics show, Qualcomm Inc. announced Jan. 7 that it was teaming up with QNX Software Systems.
Stock for San Diego’s Neurocrine Biosciences Inc. nearly doubled its value after it released positive interim clinical data for its drug that treats tardive dyskinesia, a movement disorder that causes facial spasms.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. received a missile electronics contract worth $11.7 million, the company said.
Dragons have wings; now they have wheels.
San Diego contract manufacturing organization Ajinomoto Althea Inc. has appointed J. David Enloe Jr. as its new president and CEO.