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Navy Awards Work to Seven Contractors

The U.S. Navy said on July 6 that it selected seven contractors to do work on unmanned maritime systems in deals that could individually exceed $100 million, and in some cases $200 million.

Kratos Subsidiary Inks Satellite Equipment Deal

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. announced on July 6 that one of its subsidiaries had a new satellite equipment deal with a large Indonesian telecom company.

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Cubic Corp. Names James Blake VP of Global Defense Business

Cubic Corp. has named James T. Blake to an upper management post in its Cubic Global Defense business.

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MAINTAINING AN EDGE

Property: Being Competitive is a Must in Building Maintenance

The phenomenon of two women owning and running a building maintenance business may have gotten attention in San Diego’s business circles in the days when Ronald Reagan was president.

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Cubic Corp. Names James Blake VP of Global Defense Business

Cubic Corp. has named James T. Blake to an upper management post in its Cubic Global Defense business.

Always Hungry for Opportunity, Qualcomm Backs MangoPlate

When it comes to making investments, Qualcomm Inc. views the world as its oyster.

Glucose Monitoring May Be Serious Fun With New App

SOFTWARE: Doctor Makes a Game of It, Adds Rewards

Dr. David Ahn thinks he can help people with diabetes do a much better job of checking their blood sugar. His solution? Make a game out of it.

Ex-Qualcomm Exec Is Sentenced to Prison

LEGAL: Jing Wang Pleaded Guilty to Insider Trading

A federal judge sentenced a former Qualcomm Inc. executive to 18 months in prison and fined him $500,000 for acting on insider information to profit from stock trades and then trying to cover up the incidents.

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FLIGHT PLAN

TECH: Peregrine Expects To Add About 100 Positions As New Owner Takes Over

Ever since Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd. acquired San Diego’s Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., a larger portion of CEO Jim Cable’s day has been spent chasing away employee anxieties.

Navy Awards $75M Contract to Huntington Ingalls to Repair Aircraft Carriers

The Pentagon inked a two-year contract with Huntington Ingalls Inc. to provide ship repair support for two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers, the USS Nimitz and the USS Carl Vinson. One-fourth of the work is expected to go to San Diego, with the balance to Bremerton, Wash.

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