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GA-ASI Prepares to Fill a King-Size Contract for Predator B

A $1 billion British order for Predator unmanned aircraft is winding its bureaucratic way toward General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. GA-ASI said it expects to start deliveries to the U.K. Royal Air Force in late 2018.

Navy Awards Raytheon Five-Year Contract

The U.S. Navy awarded Raytheon Co. a five-year deal to provide engineering technical services and field services for specialty radar systems that go on small aircraft such as F/A-18 Hornets, EA-18G Growlers and Harrier jump jets.

Cubic Corp. Closes $10 Million Acquisition of U.K.-Based Tech Firm

Cubic Corp. closed a $10 million acquisition of Vocality, a U.K.-based specialist in secure communications technology, the companies announced on Nov. 30.

AttackIQ Inc. Raises $8.8M in Series A Funding

Sorrento Mesa-based AttackIQ Inc. recently closed $8.8 million in series A funding, the company announced on Nov. 30.

Gov't Orders Vista-Built Scanners in Deal Worth As Much As $66 Million

Leidos — a Virginia corporation with roots in San Diego — said on Nov. 29 that it will deliver 22 of its VACIS X-ray scanners to customs inspectors at various U.S. ports of entry under a new deal that could be worth up to $66 million.

Qualcomm Lines Up $2 Billion in Letters of Credit for NXP Deal

Qualcomm Inc. told securities regulators Nov. 29 that it arranged $2 billion in letters of credit with four banks to help with its acquisition of Netherlands-based NXP Semiconductors N.V.

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NASSCO President Fred Harris to Retire; Kevin Graney Named Successor

Kevin Graney will take over as president of General Dynamics NASSCO on Jan. 1, following the retirement of the shipyard’s longtime president, Fred Harris.

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Gateway Founder Ted Waitt Named Chairman of Salk Institute's Board

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies named computer entrepreneur Ted Waitt as chairman of its board, effective immediately.

Two Local Companies Are Sure Winners at CES in Las Vegas

Two San Diego companies will bask in recognition during the annual consumer electronics show, set for early January in Las Vegas.

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E-Commerce Site Aims to Serve Those Who Serve the Nation

RETAIL: GovX Includes Ticketing Division for Events, Hotel Rooms

GovX Inc. — which recently pulled in $3.7 million in new investment — does not operate a typical e-commerce website.

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