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Qualcomm Reports Record Q1 Revenue, Revises Revenue Forecast

Shares of Qualcomm Inc. dipped more than 9 percent into the $65 range during after-hours trading on Jan. 28 as the company reported record revenue and increased earnings for its first quarter — but decreased its revenue forecast for the second half of the year.

Two Businesses Chosen to Work on Five-Year Navy Contract

The U.S. Navy tapped two San Diego businesses — BAE Systems Information Solutions Inc. and Information Systems Laboratories Inc. — to work on intelligence-exploitation and targeting systems over the next five years.

USD, UCSD MBA Programs Ranked Among World's Best

The Financial Times has named the MBA programs at the University of San Diego and the University of California, San Diego as among the 100 best in the world.

Pentagon Awards General Atomics $36.5 Million Contract Modification

The Pentagon awarded La Jolla-based General Atomics more work on a power system for the Navy’s nascent electromagnetic railgun project — which military leaders say will be able to hurtle a projectile 83 miles a minute.

Pentagon Awards Cubic Corp. Deal Worth Up to $9.9 Million

Cubic Corp. said on Jan. 26 that it received a five-year deal to provide as much as $9.9 million worth of support to the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

Qualcomm Executives Get Hefty Stock Awards to Stay Put

Saying that other companies are “aggressively” using Qualcomm Inc.’s executive suite as a source for talent, Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM)’s board has awarded new compensation packages for key executives.

Qualcomm Execs Get Hefty Stock Awards to Stay Put

Saying that other companies are “aggressively” using Qualcomm Inc.’s executive suite as a source for talent, Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM)’s board has proposed new compensation packages for key executives.

Vanguard Delivers Satellite Structures to Lockheed Martin

Vanguard Space Technologies Inc. said on Jan. 22 that it recently delivered two satellite bus structures to satellite-builder Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT).

Proposed Jones Act Repeal Could Hurt Domestic Shipbuilders

A move afoot in Washington, D.C., has the potential to disrupt business at General Dynamics Nassco.

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New Outlet Is Also Effective At What It Doesn’t Deliver: Shocks

TECH: Its Safety And Connectivity Are Big Advances

Don’t let its bland or benign looks fool you.

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