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Sotera Wireless Acquires Reflectance Medical

Sotera Wireless, the Mira Mesa-based medical device company, said on Feb. 25 that it acquired Reflectance Medical Inc. of Westborough, Mass. for undisclosed terms.

General Dynamics Nassco to Start Work on First of Five Tankers

General Dynamics Nassco plans to lay the keel of its first ECO tanker for American Petroleum Tankers with a ceremony Friday at its Barrio Logan shipyard.

Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 820 Processor

Qualcomm Inc. unveiled its newest top-of-the-line processor, the Snapdragon 820, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, saying that samples of the chip will be available to device manufacturers during the second half of 2015.

West Consultants Awarded Army Contract Worth Up to $9.5 Million

The U.S. Army said on March 2 that it awarded a five-year engineering contract to West Consultants Inc., a small business in San Diego.

General Atomics Teaming With Spanish Engineering Firm

Opening the door to potential sales to Spain, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. announced on March 2 that it is teaming up with SENER, a Spanish engineering firm, to make its Predator B unmanned aircraft available to the government of that European country.

3D Robotics Secures $50M Series C Funding Round

3D Robotics, a maker of small unmanned aircraft which it hopes to sell to businesses, said that it received $50 million in a series C funding round led by Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM).

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Sempra Energy Reports 2014 Earnings of $1.16 Billion

Sempra Energy, the San Diego-based energy holding company and parent to San Diego Gas & Electric Co., unveiled its 2014 financial results Feb. 26, reporting earnings of $1.16 billion on total revenue of $11.04 billion.

Defense Sector May Have to Restructure if Budget Takes Hit

Does Cubic Corp.’s planned restructuring mean that there’s something bigger a-brewing in the defense industry?

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Companies Connect Various Service Providers and Consumers

TECH: Investors’ Backing Helps Support Expansion

Two San Diego businesses that let consumers summon service providers with a tap on a smartphone have pulled in seven-figure sums from investors.

TrackTrain Gives Firefighters a Record of Risky Situations

SOFTWARE: Exposure To Smoke, Chemicals And More Is Logged

Sometimes business plans take a detour.

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