Brad Graves

Reporter & Special Sections Editor

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Recent Stories

Centurum IT Poised To Support Satellite Communications

Deal Could Extend 5 Years And Maxes Out at $59.4M

The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in November.

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Cubic Widens Its Capabilities With Delerrok and Pixia Acquisitions

Transit Provider Delerrok Is Based in Vista

Cubic Corp. CEO Brad Feldmann has his acquisition machine running.

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Tech Coast Angels Invest Again In Mercato and Discover Echo

FINANCE: $2.1M Split; ACE Fund Put Into Play

The deals, announced in late November, bring the number of million-dollar investments by Tech Coast Angels’s San Diego chapter to four.

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Tech Coast Angels Invests Again in Mercato and Discover Echo

Tech Coast Angels-San Diego is increasing its investment in two local companies: Mercato, the delivery startup for independent grocers, and Discover Echo, the microscope maker formerly known as Echo Labs. Mercato received an additional $1.1 million while Discover Echo received $1 million.

BAE Systems, Huntington Ingalls and NASSCO to Divide Shipyard Funds

$299M Added to Ship Repair Effort in Fiscal 2020

The U.S. Navy increased the overall amount of funding to repair certain surface ships in the Port of San Diego.

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Getting a Seat at the Table: How Women Can Position Themselves to Get on Boards

LEADERSHIP: Event Speaker, Carrie Stone, Offers Pointers To Aspiring Directors

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Cubic Corp. Closes Out a $1.5B Year, Stock Tumbles

Co. Announces 2 Acquisitions, Offers Fiscal 2020 Guidance

Defense and transportation electronics specialist Cubic Corp. finished its 2019 fiscal year with revenue of slightly less than $1.5 billion.

Bumble Bee to Be Sold for $925M, Files for Bankruptcy

San Diego-based Bumble Bee Seafoods filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying in a statement that the move was a first step in selling the business. FCF Co. Ltd. has agreed to buy it for $925 million.

New Name Is a Look to the Future, Says Genasys CEO

ELECTRONICS: Co. Formerly Known as LRAD to Keep Legacy Products

The Rancho Bernardo company named for its Long Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, decided it had outlived its name and has taken the final step to change it.

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Kratos Defense Has $184M in Revenue In its Third Quarter

Valkyrie Drone Contract to Follow DoD Budget Approval

Defense contractor Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. broke even during its recently completed third quarter, when it saw revenue increase 16%.

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