Unmanned Helicopter Part Of Versatile Littoral Ship
The unmanned helicopter comes first. The Marines follow.
defense: Ties With Nontraditional Partners Sought in ‘Tech Bridge’
San Diego is one of the first places the Department of the Navy is going as it works to innovate faster.
Contract Ceiling Raised By $100 Million in Multinational Deal
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in early September.
Lockheed Martin’s Aegis System Work Continues in Port
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies or performed in San Diego County in August and September. The U.S. Department of Defense releases a digest of contract awards daily at 5 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Two Defense Contracts Could Easily Exceed $100M
The summer seems to be winding down well for the people at General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.
DEFENSE: Navy Could Add 3rd Ship to Order; Building to Start in 2020
General Dynamics NASSCO pulled in a U.S. Navy contract of nearly $1.1 billion this month, to produce two large auxiliary ships.
Logistics, Aerospace, Health Care Are Part of Dynamic, Diverse Region
Otay Mesa, the busiest land port in the western hemisphere, is a magnet to business with its thriving warehouse and logistics environment.
Fighter Jet Electronics Made in San Diego Plant
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in July and August.
Experimental Product Meant To Connect ‘Link 16’ Radios
Link 16, the encrypted military radio system used by U.S. forces and theirallies, is a useful tool for troops.
Leadership: In Business, Sport and Even Homelessness,The Right People Make An Impact
Prioritize, collaborate, delegate. That is how private equity specialist Peter Seidler handles complex issues.
A federal appeals court gave Qualcomm Inc. permission to conduct its business as usual — at least temporarily — as it appeals its antitrust case. Qualcomm will begin oral arguments in January.
New Center Will Support Navy Littoral Combat Ships
Aircraft Business Affected By 737 MAX Groundings
Corporation Gains More Perspective on Ecommerce
Deloitte and the San Diego Business Journal address the future of work.
Point Loma Firm to Split Work With 7 Other Cos.
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in late July and early August.
5G Wireless Hotspot Hits Market; Growth Expected
Inseego Corp. saw its second quarter revenue grow 14% year-over-year to $55.9 million. The business announced financial results on Aug. 6.
Asset Sale Talks in Progress; LNG Customers Sought
Sempra Energy reported net income of $354 million, or $1.29 per share, on revenue of $2.23 billion during its second quarter.
DEFENSE: Company Restructures, Makes Supply Chain Leaner
Cubic Corp. disclosed that it paid $50 million in cash to acquire a 20 percent stake in a privately held software company based outside Washington, D.C.
Small Businesses Poised to Divide Up to $30 Million
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in late July.
$100M Business Serves Both Military and Medical Clients
From the very start, DRS Daylight Solutions set out to make a dual-use product — that is, something both the military and commercial enterprises might use.
Organic Growth Was 13%; Capital Expenditures Planned
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc., is a defense contractor and electronics maker based in Scripps Ranch.
Company Sees More Than a Military Future for Unusual Vehicle
For the first time, Northrop Grumman Corp. has announced customers for its Firebird aircraft, built for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, or ISR.
Aircraft, Ground Electronics Are Part of U.S. Army Deal
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in mid-July. The U.S. Department of Defense releases a digest of contract awards daily at 5 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
San Diego philanthropist Denny Sanford made a major gift to UC San Diego for research into the biology of compassion. Such research could help train future generations of physicians.
REAL ESTATE: Diverse Business Models Spur Mix of Remote, On-Site Work
The needs and the abilities of a company workforce are not the same as they were only a few years ago. So the office is changing, morphing and stretching.
Unmanned Helicopter Passes the Point of Initial Operational Capability
The U.S. Navy has declared that an unmanned helicopter built by Northrop Grumman Corp. is ready for prime time.
Torrey Pines Campus Hosts Dept. of Energy Fusion Work
Though its defense contracting businesses get more press, General Atomics was founded on atomic energy. The company still does interesting work in the field.
Nominations are now open for the San Diego Business Journal’s 2019 Next Top 40 Awards.
Logistics Work Adds Up for General Atomics Aeronautical
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in late June and early July.
LAW: Firm Nearly Doubled Revenue in 2018 to $40.6M
Tyson & Mendes LLP is experiencing quite a growth spurt, practically doubling its revenue in 2018 to $40.6 million.
Semiconductor Maker Expects To Continue Growth Trajectory
Sumit Tomar took on the CEO’s role at Miramar-area semiconductor maker PSemi Corp. on July 1.
Northrop Grumman Receives $7M for Airborne Data Link
The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in late June. The U.S. Department of Defense releases a digest of contract awards daily at 5 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Private Bancorp of America Inc., the La Jolla-based parent of CalPrivate Bank, said it recently completed a $10 million private placement of common stock.
The Annual Event Can Help Newcomers To Government Contracting
Government contractors — not to mention business people who would like to get contracts — have a unique opportunity this month to hear what the U.S. Navy and other government offices are in the mood to buy.
Goals Are to Find Best Practices, Boost Resilience
Dignitaries from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, including the department’s chief information officer, visited six San Diego technology companies on June 24 and 25 for a look at how the region is evolving as a technology and cybersecurity hub.
Specialist Looking for Insight on Trouble Spots
Netradyne has its eyes on the road.
SHIPPING: First Ship of Two Is Part of $511M Contract With Matson
General Dynamics NASSCO launched a newly built commercial container ship June 15 with much fanfare.
New Model Launch Vehicle Will Carry Satellite to Space
Viasat Inc. announced on June 17 that when it comes time to launch its constellation of ViaSat-3 satellites, it will use a new model of rocket from Arianespace.
Aircraft Reportedly Costs A Few Million Dollars
The unmanned tactical aircraft called the Valkyrie from Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc. passed another milestone on June 11, making a 71-minute test flight.
Employees Craft Electronics to Transmit Classified Flight Data
The National Security Agency has said that a Cubic Corp. electronics package called Engage is acceptable for transferring classified data.
Northrop Grumman Builds Electronics in Separate Effort
The space for electronics inside a Lightning II fighter aircraft is at a premium.
Online or in Person? Local Programs Straddle Line
Universities stand conventional thinking on its head. It’s what they do.
The decision to pursue an MBA is a big one. The San Diego Business Journal recently spoke with three university administrators about master of business administration programs, and how to evaluate the merits of competing MBA programs. Read on for their thoughts:
Sempra Energy, the San Diego energy services company, announced a dividend of 96.75 cents per share, payable July 15 to shareholders of record on July 5.
Australian Government is Part Of Multimillion-Dollar Deal
Viasat Inc. is planning a multimillion-dollar infrastructure project.
Diverse Lines of Business Would Join Up in Mid-2020
A sizable aerospace and defense industry merger announced earlier in June will affect San Diego County.
The U.S. Navy awarded the San Diego office of Michael Baker International Inc. a five-year contract for civil engineering services. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity deal has a ceiling price of $99 million.
RF Industries Ltd. — a maker of telecommunications cables, connectors and related electronic equipment — reported net income of $1.06 million, or 11 cents per diluted share, on net sales of $13.6 million during its second quarter, which ended on April 30.
Sherry Cefali has been appointed to the board of San Diego-based RF Industries Ltd., the publicly traded business that specializes in electronic interconnect products.