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Soltek Pacific Construction Gets Navy Deal Worth $6.8M

The U.S. Navy said on Aug. 27 that it awarded Solpac Construction Inc., doing business as Soltek Pacific Construction, a $6.8 million task order to restore, modernize and reconfigure the interior and utilities in the ophthalmology department at Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Internet Poker Legislation Not in the Cards This Session

With the end of the legislative session in sight, the author of the remaining Internet poker bill in the California Legislature called it quits, saying he will try again in the 2015-16 session.

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Qualcomm Delegation Meets With Chinese Regulators

Qualcomm Inc. President Derek Aberle and a delegation from the San Diego company met Aug. 21 in Beijing with Chinese regulators in an attempt to resolve concerns raised by the Chinese government.

BAE Systems Gets Navy Ship Repair Contract Potentially Worth $78M

The U.S. Navy said on Aug. 25 that it awarded BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair a contract for dry-dock work to the Ticonderoga-class cruiser USS Lake Erie.

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Indus Technology Receives Navy Contract Potentially Worth $7.8M

San Diego-based Indus Technology Inc. said that it received a U.S. Navy contract that could be worth up to $7.8 million over five years if the Navy exercises all of its options.

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Peregrine Semiconductor Stock Soars on News of Planned Sale to Japanese Company

Shares of San Diego-based Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. rose 60 percent early Aug. 22 on news that Japan-based Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. planned to buy the company for $471 million.

Two Navy Repair Contracts to Bring Work to Local Shipyards

The U.S. Navy announced two ship repair contracts Aug. 22.

2 Navy Contracts Will Bring Work to Local Shipyards

The U.S. Navy announced two ship repair contracts Aug. 22.

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Port Has Reason to Be Picky With the Kind of Cargo Received

What will the Port of San Diego look like circa 2064? I waded into the port’s effort to create a master plan for its next 50 years (see page 1), and on the way got to thinking about cargo operations.

Triton Put Through Paces By Northrop

DEFENSE: Navy to Buy 68 of the Rugged Aircraft

As the people of Rancho Bernardo went about their business Aug. 19, an operator in one of Northrop Grumman Corp.’s secure office buildings there took control of a U.S. Navy Triton — a large unmanned aircraft — during the middle of its flight over the western United States.

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