Rancho Bernardo-based LRAD Corp. said that it sold its first mass-notification device to the government of South Africa.
The U.S. Navy awarded the San Diego office of Tetra Tech EC Inc. a $7.1 million contract modification for environmental cleanup at the Navy Exchange gas station in the Jackson Park housing complex in Bremerton, Wash. The deal includes options which, if exercised, would add as much as $200,000 to the cost.
Cohu Inc. — the Poway business that makes machines to test and inspect semiconductors — reported a net loss of $72,000 on net sales of $75.2 million for the second quarter.
E-commerce site GovX.com said on July 31 that it completed an $11.5 million funding round to expand its service offerings.
Razer Inc., the venture-backed Carlsbad company that makes videogame hardware and software, officially announced July 27 that it acquired the software assets of Santa Monica-based Ouya Inc., which produces an Android game platform for the television. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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TRANSPORT: Cubic’s London System Operates On Contactless Bank Cards
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Maxwell Technologies Inc., a maker of energy storage devices called ultracapacitors, said on July 30 that it was in the process of restructuring, reducing head count and consolidating U.S. manufacturing operations, all in order to reach profitability.
MILITARY: Blumberg Has Led Military/Business Group Since 2005
Larry Blumberg, executive director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, will retire from that position at the end of the year, the organization announced on July 24.
URS Federal Services Inc. of Germantown, Md. will manage hazardous materials for the Defense Logistics Agency for one more year at the U.S. Navy aircraft repair depot at Naval Air Station North Island, the Pentagon announced on July 24.