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Yet another San Diego company is moving to Texas.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced on July 6 that one of its subsidiaries had a new satellite equipment deal with a large Indonesian telecom company.
Maxwell Technologies Inc., a producer of energy storage and power delivery solutions, announced that it has obtained a three-year, $25 million revolving credit facility for working capital purposes, from East West Bank.
TECH: East County Entrepreneur’s Platform Targets $1T Industry
Troy Mack might be perfect for the lead role if Hollywood ever remakes that popular cult classic “The Mouse That Roared” about taking on the “big guy.”
When it comes to making investments, Qualcomm Inc. views the world as its oyster.
SOFTWARE: Doctor Makes a Game of It, Adds Rewards
Dr. David Ahn thinks he can help people with diabetes do a much better job of checking their blood sugar. His solution? Make a game out of it.
TECH: Peregrine Expects To Add About 100 Positions As New Owner Takes Over
Ever since Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. acquired San Diego’s Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., a larger portion of CEO Jim Cable’s day has been spent chasing away employee anxieties.
Fifteen San Diego companies received $10,000 each on Wednesday from the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp., part of a JPMorgan Chase & Co.-backed initiative to boost the area’s international exports.
San Diego-based BioMed Realty Trust Inc. plans to develop a 155,000-square-foot building in Cambridge, England, that will eventually house the European headquarters of genomic research and development firm Illumina Inc.
INNOVATION: Company Designs Rotator Sprinkler To Minimize Water Waste
When your business is water, it’s easy to be passionate about even the smallest bit of waste.
Memjet has new digs. The maker of printer components — print heads, microchips, software and inks — has consolidated its headquarters into new space on Technology Place.
The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at the University of San Diego has been awarded a $2 million grant to revolutionize engineering education, USD said.
Mad Catz Interactive Inc., the publicly traded maker of videogame peripherals based in Scripps Ranch, closed the books on its fiscal year with an auditor’s word of caution and a vote of confidence from its bank.
Consulting firm ALTA Environmental named a new vice president on Thursday, promoting its former director of environmental health and safety.
Independa, a digital health company in San Diego, announced Wednesday the launch of its ecommerce website.