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RF Industries Ltd., the San Diego makers and distributors of wireless cable assemblies, said it signed a non-binding term sheet to acquire Comnet Telecom Supply Inc., a New Jersey distributor of telecom and data products, for an undisclosed amount of cash and stock.
Entropic Communications Inc. made a big change at the top on the same day it reported large-scale layoffs and a quarterly loss.
San Diego-based Senomyx Inc. announced unaudited revenue of $5.9 million for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, compared with $6.7 million for the like quarter of 2013.
Proximity-Beacon Systems Part of Promising Technology on Display at Verizon Ventures Meeting
As you make your way north on the crowded sidewalks of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, your smartphone suddenly comes to life.
You could call it a camera, but its builder wants you to think bigger.
The board of Novatel Wireless Inc. has named Alex Mashinsky, 49, as its permanent CEO, the business announced. Mashinsky, who had been interim CEO since June, signed an agreement Nov. 2 stating that he will serve initially for three years.
TECH: Wireless Giant Faces Regulatory Scrutiny Here and Abroad
Qualcomm Inc., San Diego’s biggest public company, sailed to record revenue of $26.49 billion during the fiscal year that ended in September.
CareFusion Corp., a medical technology company in San Diego, reported $922 million in revenue for its first quarter of fiscal 2015, an 11 percent increase from the same quarter last year, according to financial statements.
WiLAN, a Canadian wireless technology development business, said it moved its U.S. headquarters from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., to San Diego.
U.S. and European regulators began investigating chip maker Qualcomm Inc. in September and October, the San Diego company said in a Nov. 5 securities filing.
Carlsbad-based Isis Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced that it has earned a $7.5 million milestone payment, the first of two milestone payments totaling $15 million, from AstraZeneca Plc for the advancement of its drug candidate, Isis-Stat3, in patients with advanced cancers.
Shares of Qualcomm Inc. traded lower after-hours on Nov. 5, as the stock market saw the company’s latest financial results come in below Wall Street expectations.
Arcturus Therapeutics Inc. announced its launch from incubator Johnson and Johnson Innovation Center as it expands operations at a new office and laboratory space in the Torrey Ridge Science Center, 10628 Science Center Drive.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has acquired a young San Diego company that produces software for “virtual machine” computing.
Omnitracs LLC, the Qualcomm spinoff business that was acquired by Vista Equity Partners one year ago for $800 million in cash, recently completed its purchase of XRS Corp., a Minneapolis maker of software that helps trucking companies manage vehicle fleets via mobile devices.