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AT&T Announces Local Improvements

AT&T Inc. announced that it put more than $725 million into capital improvements in the San Diego area over the last three years. The corporation counted investments to both its wired and wireless networks made between 2012 and 2014.

Everyone Is on Offense When Divvying Up the Defense Budget

The rodeo in Washington is getting going, with lawmakers wrangling over the shape of the Defense Department’s 2016 spending plan.

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Entrepreneur Tosses His Snack Into the Health-Food Ring

FOOD: Salad Bites Look for Market in Changing Grocery Scene

La Jolla entrepreneur Keith Mullin is an idea man.

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Firms’ Reputations Grow at SXSW Event

STARTUPS: Crop Technology, Tax Filing Get Noticed in Austin

The knot of people who converged at the South by Southwest festivals saw and heard the best of what’s new. Judges thought two San Diego companies, Slantrange Inc. and Common Form Inc., belonged in that category.

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Cubic Receives $9.4M Army Contract

Cubic Corp. received a $9.4 million U.S. Army contract modification to operate the Korea Battle Simulation Center for the next 12 months. The Pentagon made the announcement March 25.

BAE Systems Awarded $16.8 Million Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy announced on March 26 that it awarded BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair a $16.8 million contract modification covering shipyard work for the USS San Diego.

InfoSonics Introduces Smartphone for Budget-Saavy Consumer

InfoSonics Corp. said on March 23 that it introduced a budget smartphone that offers fast data service known as 4G LTE.

Beechcraft Selling Plane to Iraqi Government

Beechcraft Defense Co. is selling one of its small planes to the government of Iraq under a foreign military sale, the Pentagon announced on March 25.

Qualcomm Invests Undisclosed Amount in Cyanogen

Cyanogen Inc., a Seattle company that has created its own operating system for smartphones, has attracted an undisclosed amount of investment from Qualcomm Inc.

GKN Aerospace Signs $200 Million Contract With Rolls Royce

GKN Aerospace — which has factories in El Cajon and Mexicali, Mexico — said earlier this year that it agreed to supply Rolls-Royce PLC with components for the latest version of the Trent 1000 engine.

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