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Poway-based Cohu Inc. reported net income of $269,000 — a penny a share — on net sales of $69.3 million during its third quarter, which ended Sept. 24.
Local beverage maker Mamma Chia is filling out its senior leadership team with four new hires focused on sales, marketing and operations.
San Diego shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO is warning 700 employees that they may be laid off in January, a company spokesman said Oct. 25.
Thunderbird Products joined San Diego’s Sullivan Solar Power Oct. 25 in announcing the completion of a 74.43-kilowatt-AC photovoltaic installation at its El Cajon manufacturing facility.
The owner of Zodiac Pool Solutions SAS, a pool and spa manufacturer operationally headquartered in Vista, has agreed to sell the company to investment funds affiliated with global asset management firm Rhône.
San Diego’s Karl Strauss Brewing Co. plans a Nov. 14 opening for its satellite brewery and brewpub in downtown Los Angeles, which will be the company’s 11th Southern California location.
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a $310 million contract for one year of logistics to sustain the Army’s Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft.
The United Kingdom announced the opening Oct. 21 of a new San Diego office intended to strengthen its existing economic and cultural ties with the city.
WD-40 Co. reported a 20 percent increase in profits for fiscal 2016.
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LRAD Corp. received a $1.3 million order for mobile mass-notification systems, the North County company announced on Oct. 18.
Solana Beach-based American Wave Machines Inc. has landed a contract to equip an indoor surf venue in Australia with its SurfStream wave machine.
San Diego startup Feetz Inc., a company that uses 3D printing technology to make custom-fit shoes, has launched a pop-up shop within DSW Inc. shoe store locations in New York City and San Francisco.
American Laboratory Trading (ALT) has partnered with Agilent Technologies, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of life science equipment, to sell factory-refurbished lab equipment.
Canadian firm Laguna Blends Inc. is acquiring marketing rights for, and an equity interest in, two brands by nutraceutical water company Carlsbad Naturals LLC in a $1.8 million deal.