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Raytheon Co. Awarded $26.1 Million Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy awarded Raytheon Co. a $26.1 million contract for work on integrated shipboard electronic systems aboard San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ships.

Three Investors Contribute $2 Million to EdgeWave Inc.

San Diego-based EdgeWave Inc., which makes cyber security software, said on Dec. 17 that three investors contributed $2 million more to the company’s series A funding round. EdgeWave is pulling together funds to expand the company.

Cubic Corp. Acquires DTECH LABS for $114.5 Million

Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 16 that it acquired DTECH LABS Inc., a Virginia company specializing in radio technology for military, government and commercial customers, for as much as $114.5 million.

Northrop Grumman Sells 4 Aircraft to South Korea for $657 Million

Northrop Grumman Corp. sold four Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance aircraft to South Korea for $657 million.

Rock My World Adds New Feature to Music App

Downtown-based Rock My World has trotted out a new feature on its RockMyRun music app for iPhones — one that plays tunes in synch with a listener’s heartbeat.

Santa Ysabel Tribe Ordered to Shut Down Online Bingo Operation

A federal judge ordered the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel to shut down its Internet bingo operation.

Army Awards General Atomics $114.6 Million Contract Modification

The U.S. Army said on Dec. 15 that it awarded a contract modification worth $114.6 million to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.

Four Chinese Companies to Share $40 Million From Qualcomm

Qualcomm Inc. said on Dec. 11 that it plans to put $40 million into four promising Chinese companies working in the mobile and wireless space, as well as a fund for China-based companies in the semiconductor space.

Rob Chandhok, Former Qualcomm Exec, to Head Startup

Rob Chandhok, a former senior vice president with Qualcomm Technologies Inc. who left the company earlier this month, broke his silence about his future plans.

Qualcomm to Invest $40 Million in Four Chinese Companies

Qualcomm Inc. said on Dec. 11 that it plans to put $40 million into four promising Chinese companies working in the mobile and wireless space, as well as a fund for China-based companies in the semiconductor space.

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