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DJO Global Inc. has appointed Brady Shirley, an executive in the orthopedics industry, as president of its DJO Surgical brand.
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Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corp. stands unique among San Diego’s many drugmakers: It’s going generic.
Funding for the second phase of the San Ysidro port of entry expansion project was included in the fiscal 2015 federal budget proposed by President Obama.
Infosonics Corp., the San Diego distributor of cellphones and wireless devices mainly in South America, reported record fourth quarter sales, units shipped, and broke through for a small net profit.
Shares of Kearny Mesa ultracapacitor-maker Maxwell Technologies Inc. rose 38 percent in three days of trading on Feb. 28, March 3 and March 4, closing at a 52-week high of $12.23.
Cubic Corp. has completed the acquisition of Intific Inc., an Austin, Texas-based advanced technology company focused on software and game-based solutions in modeling and simulation, training and education, cyber warfare, and neuroscience.
The U.S. Navy has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. a $10.8 million contract option covering the post-delivery support for one of its new ships, the future USS Milwaukee.
The U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Systems Command has awarded contract options to four businesses, which will provide services at command headquarters at Patuxent River, Md. as well as outlying locations including Naval Air Station North Island.
Sempra Energy, parent of San Diego Gas & Electric and other subsidiaries, reported full year 2013 net income of $1 billion, compared with net income of $859 million in 2012.
Qualcomm Inc. said its Snapdragon 801 processor is powering Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5.
General Dynamics Corp. said that its Advanced Information Systems unit received a subcontract that could be worth as much as $250.1 million over 10 years if its U.S. Navy customer exercises all options.
Karl Strauss Brewery’s Sorrento Valley site is undergoing a remodel, triggering the layoff of 67 employees last month.
The Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Center for International Trade Development will host a supplier forum March 6 in Chula Vista featuring Medtronic, a $16 billion medical technologies company based in Minneapolis.
Pulse Electronics Corp., a San Diego based maker of electronic components, reached agreements with its debt holders that reduces its debt and the funds needed for debt repayment, the company said.
In a surprise twist, the Pentagon has proposed retiring the U-2 high altitude spy aircraft in favor of the unmanned Global Hawk, a San Diego product.