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General Dynamics NASSCO Getting New Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy has indicated it wants a fifth expeditionary warfare ship from General Dynamics NASSCO.

General Dynamics NASSCO Reports Keel Laid in Construction of Commercial Tanker

General Dynamics NASSCO said that it laid the keel of a commercial tanker to be named Liberty on May 26 at its shipyard in Barrio Logan.

San Diego-Based Sygnos Inc. Receives $8.4M Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy awarded Sygnos Inc., a San Diego-based small business, an $8.4 million contract to repair and restore a bachelor enlisted quarters building at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

General Dynamics Reports Keel Laid in Construction of Commercial Tanker

General Dynamics NASSCO said that it laid the keel of a commercial tanker to be named Liberty on May 26 at its shipyard in Barrio Logan.

Navy Awards $40.7 Million Contract to BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair

The U.S. Navy awarded BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair a $40.7 million contract for dry dock work on the guided missile destroyer USS Paul Hamilton. The work, which the Navy calls an extended dry-docking selected restricted availability, will include maintenance, modernization and repair.

Callaway Golf Co. Invests in Texas Business

Carlsbad golf equipment maker Callaway Golf Co. said on May 26 that it has invested in Junior.Golf, a technology business based in Austin, Texas.

Wage Increase Takes Toll on Business Optimism

San Diego County business owners are less optimistic about prospects ahead because of the planned increases in the minimum wage and their own doubts about future hiring, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce reported May 19.

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Stopping Slippery Imitators

WD-40 Counters The Counterfeiters Around the Globe

Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but it’s a headache for WD-40 Co.

Seismic Raises $40 Million in Series C Round

Solana Beach-based Seismic said on May 25 that it raised $40 million in a series C round led by General Atlantic.

Have Gun — Will Travel: GA Shows Its Railgun’s Features

A few years ago, the U.S. Navy chose BAE Systems as the prime contractor to build its electromagnetic railgun — a turn of events that probably stung at General Atomics, since the local company wanted that distinction.

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