Fugro Pelagos Inc., a Dutch company with San Diego ties, is applying its tech skills to unravel one of the biggest mysteries of 2014: the location of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
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Shares of Qualcomm Inc. fell more than 11 percent into the $62 range on Jan. 29 as the company reported record revenue and increased earnings for its first quarter — but cut its forecast for the second half of the year.
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Cubic Corp. said on Jan. 28 that it won a contract from the Defense Threat Reduction Agency that could be worth as much as $500 million over almost 10 years.
Indus Technology Inc., based in Old Town, said on Jan. 29 that it won a U.S. Navy task order that could be worth up to $61.7 million if the Navy exercises all of its options.
Shares of Qualcomm Inc. dipped more than 9 percent into the $65 range during after-hours trading on Jan. 28 as the company reported record revenue and increased earnings for its first quarter — but decreased its revenue forecast for the second half of the year.
The U.S. Navy tapped two San Diego businesses — BAE Systems Information Solutions Inc. and Information Systems Laboratories Inc. — to work on intelligence-exploitation and targeting systems over the next five years.
The Financial Times has named the MBA programs at the University of San Diego and the University of California, San Diego as among the 100 best in the world.
The Pentagon awarded La Jolla-based General Atomics more work on a power system for the Navy’s nascent electromagnetic railgun project — which military leaders say will be able to hurtle a projectile 83 miles a minute.
Cubic Corp. said on Jan. 26 that it received a five-year deal to provide as much as $9.9 million worth of support to the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.