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Steve Fendley Named President of Kratos Drone Division

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. named Steve Fendley president of its unmanned systems division, announcing the change on Jan. 17.

U.S. Regulators Sue Qualcomm for Alleged Antitrust Violations

U.S. regulators have sued Qualcomm Inc., alleging that the San Diego company violated antitrust law.

GA ASI Receives $24 Million Foreign Military Sale Contract

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc., the maker of unmanned military aircraft, received a $24 million delivery order for logistics support to company customers in France.

GA ASI Receives $24M Foreign Military Sale

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc., the maker of unmanned military aircraft, received a $24 million delivery order for logistics support to company customers in France.

Larry Paulson Named President of Qualcomm India

Qualcomm Inc. announced this week that it appointed Larry Paulson as president of Qualcomm India.

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BAE’s New Dry Dock Readies for Big Role in S.D. Ship Repair

SHIPS: It Will Have Greatest Capacity of California Facilities

A photograph can’t convey how big the new BAE Systems dry dock really is.

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Exit Planning San Diego Can Update Economic Playbook

It could hardly be called surprising, but the San Diego Chargers have now made it official: the football team is leaving for Los Angeles after more than a half-century in San Diego.

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It’s Not ‘Like a Rock,’ But Foam Car Aims to Pick Up a Following

AUTO: Three-Wheel Vehicle Made Difficult Journey to Marketplace

For Lon Ballard, it has been a long odyssey in a tiny car. The nine-year trip has taken him from Thailand to the Philippines, back and forth from China to the United States, and through forests of paperwork and thickets of red tape.

Callaway Golf Acquires Ogio International for $75.5 Million

Carlsbad-based Callaway Golf Co. announced on Jan. 11 that it acquired Utah-based Ogio International Inc. for $75.5 million cash.

A Sneak Peek at ViaSat's Newest Satellite

Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc. is betting much of its future on a new satellite costing more than $500 million.

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