Hamilton recently announced the launch of a $36 million fund to invest in black female founders' companies. A San Diego-based company is among those in which she has previously invested.
Work under these recent orders will be performed at secure Kratos manufacturing facilities.
Cubic and 4C Strategies will explore opportunities to further integrate the companies’ complementary products, services and solutions.
While commiserating with Qualcomm workers left jobless in the wake of the company’s decision to cut roughly 9 percent of its local headcount, the region’s tech community is also eyeing the tech giant’s talented castoffs as a potential source of fuel for local innovation.
As trade talks continue, it's unclear whether regulators in China have resumed reviewing Qualcomm's proposed acquisition of NXP Semiconductors.
DB Networks, a privately-held predictive database data loss prevention company headquartered in San Diego, announced on May 11 it has changed its name to DB CyberTech.
The bank attributed $1.3 billion of its $1.7 billion in deposits as of March 31 to fintech clients.
Genomics giant Illumina has purchased Edico Genome, adding a processing platform to Illumina’s portfolio.
Looming layoffs of 1,231 workers from Qualcomm’s San Diego operations are leading the company to vacate or sublease about 222,000 square feet of space in five buildings over the next several months in a move likely to shake up the commercial real estate market around the chipmakers’ Sorrento Mesa headquarters.
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Companies including Qualcomm, AT&T, Uber, Intel, GE, Matternet, AirMap and Cape are involved with the city's proposal.
Steve Fendley, senior vice president and division president of Kratos’ Unmanned Systems Division, took time from his Roseville office to speak with the San Diego Business Journal about the company’s Phase III work on DARPA’s (U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Gremlins project.