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San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said recently that it won a contract to develop training materials for the U.S. Navy’s littoral combat ship.
San Diego-based cancer drug developer Ignyta Inc. has raised $54 million in two separate stock offerings, exceeding the company’s original target of $35 million.
San Diego-based pharmaceutical company Zogenix Inc. announced a long-term collaborative agreement with global research-and-development organization Battelle to co-market Zogenix’s DosePro needle-free drug delivery technology.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc.’s Public Safety & Security Solutions division recently received some $4.25 million in security system integration awards at New York’s World Trade Center facility.
San Diego-based Orexigen Therapeutics Inc. is planning a $100 million offering of convertible senior notes, the company announced.
ResMed Inc., a San Diego-based medical device maker, has bought Unimedis, a distributor of equipment for treating sleep-disordered breathing operating in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The U.S. Navy recently awarded Raytheon Co. a $32.4 million contract for electronics services.
Hisense Group, one of China’s top TV and electronics manufacturers, is using a MaxLinear tuner, the MxL661 in a new line of televisions.
Northrop Grumman recently received a $13.9 million award from the U.S. Navy, for logistics services related to its Fire Scout unmanned helicopters.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp. (Nasdaq: PSMI) has opened new lab facilities and expanded technical resources at its sales offices in the United Kingdom, Korea and China, the company announced.
San Diego companies will be well represented at the 25th Annual Piper Jaffray Healthcare Conference set for Dec. 3-4 in New York City.
The city of San Diego is seeking California Coastal Commission authority to allow restaurants and tasting rooms at microbreweries located in industrial areas adjacent to coastal zones.
Market conditions are no longer right for Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. to refinance a $625 million bond, company CEO Eric DeMarco said recently.
A scientist from a private San Diego company was part of a multinational effort to make nuclear fusion better suited for commercial power production.
PHARMA: Dermagraft Sales Decline Big Part of Decision
Irish drugmaker Shire PLC has halted construction of its more than 150,000-square-foot regenerative medicine building in Sorrento Mesa.