Judge Thomas Pender issued his final determination on Sept. 28, stating that banning the import of iPhones would be against the public interest.
Carlsbad’s Ra Medical Systems became a public company on Sept. 27, raising $66.3 million.
NASA has awarded General Atomics a $38.5 million contract to host a NASA instrument on a GA Electromagnetic Systems Group satellite, which is scheduled for launch in 2022.
PSemi, the business formerly known as Peregrine Semiconductor, announced that former CEO Jim Cable will take the role of pro tem CEO. He succeeds Stefan Wolff, who will remain as a strategic adviser until December.
Mitchell International Inc. has entered a definitive merger agreement with Wayne, Pennsylvania-based Genex Services.
Viasat announced new customers for its in-flight satellite internet service, which provides Wi-Fi to airline passengers.
Continuing a winning streak in transportation, Cubic Corp. received a $394 million contract to provide the fare collection system for the San Francisco Bay Area’s transit providers. The deal runs through 2032.
The top 10 finalists have been named for the John G. Watson Quick Pitch Competition, including a range of companies from biotechnology, social platforms and software-as-a-service.
Carlsbad-based GigaIO Networks Inc., which is developing a novel computer architecture, received $4.5 million in its series A round. Mark IV Capital led the round, announced on Sept. 25.
CentralSquare Technologies reported changes in a state’s Employment Development Department filing.
Cubic Corp. said it received a $22 million contract to upgrade the fare collection system of a current client, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Plasso founder Drew Wilson announced the sale in a Monday blog post.
The companies will participate in a 16-week program, ending in a presentation to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
In the latest round of job cuts this year, Qualcomm Inc. plans to lay off 94 San Diego employees by Nov. 20.
Vision-impaired people working to navigate their way around UC San Diego now have some significant help from Aira, the San Diego startup.