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San Diego-based Pulse Electronics Corp. announced its acquisition by certain affiliates of investment funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management L.P. (such affiliates, “Oaktree”) has been completed. The deal was announced March 2.
Cerner Corp. and Qualcomm Life Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc., announced Monday an agreement to extend Cerner's medical device connectivity capabilities beyond the hospital to the home.
ViaSat Inc. said on April 8 that it increased the size of its board to eight directors, and appointed Frank Biondi Jr. to the new additional seat.
RF Industries Ltd. announced that its founder and Chief Operating Officer Howard Hill, will take an indefinite medical leave of absence, and in connection with his medical leave of absence, Hill resigned as the company’s chief operating officer.
The U.S. Navy’s new electromagnetic aircraft catapults, made by San Diego-based General Atomics, will need some fine-tuning before they launch anything off of an aircraft carrier deck. The catapults are going onto the USS Gerald R. Ford — which is scheduled to join the fleet in spring 2016 — and aircraft carriers that come after it.
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Dexcom Inc., a company that makes continuous glucose monitoring devices for patients with diabetes, announced that its Dexcom G4 Platinum Continuous Glucose Monitor System with Share will support the Apple Watch when it ships to customers April 24.
Qualcomm Inc. said it has named Michelle Sterling as executive vice president of human resources, effective May 4.
Qualcomm Inc. announced Wednesday that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Life Inc., launched an enterprise care management app for patients managing chronic disease.
Qualcomm Inc. declared a dividend of 48 cents per share on April 8.
San Diego-based Sullivan International Group, Inc. announced Tuesday that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kyriba Corp. said on April 7 that it received $21 million in series C funding.
Qualcomm Ventures set a July 10 deadline to apply for its annual QPrize international seed investment competition.
Turtle Beach Corp., a San Diego designer and marketer of audio products such as headsets used with video, has added two new members to its senior management team.