General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has paid $945,000 in back wages to 901 of its employees nationwide following a Department of Labor investigation, the federal agency said on Aug. 27.
Though their technology is driven by logic, Ed Cox and Dave Keene have a sales pitch that is pure emotion.
BIOTECH: NIH and Defense Department Interested in Invention
For Donovan B. Yeates, building a better mousetrap means building a better medical device.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. has completed the sale of one of its businesses and took steps to pay down its debt, the corporation said.
UTILITY: Deal Is Largest Made With A Federal Entity
The U.S. Navy said that it has inked a landmark agreement with Sempra U.S. Gas & Power that constitutes the largest purchase of renewable energy ever made by a federal entity.
Qualcomm Inc. said Aug. 26 that it has agreed to sell licenses to its wireless spectrum in the United Kingdom to two companies.
The U.S. government reported Aug. 26 that an unmanned Global Hawk aircraft owned by NASA is making a 24-hour flight over Tropical Storm Erika in the Atlantic Ocean to conduct storm research.
Qualcomm Inc. may be regaining a spot in some of Samsung’s next-generation smartphones, according to an Aug. 23 research note from Timothy Arcuri at Cowen & Co.
Joan and Irwin M. Jacobs have received the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy for 2015, the Carnegie Corp. of New York announced Aug. 25.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. has completed the sale of one of its businesses and took steps to pay down its debt, the corporation said on Aug. 24.