Brad Graves

Reporter

Email: bradg@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-277-6359 Extension: 3102

Recent Stories

Turtle Beach Q2 Revenue Is $41.3M; Co. Names Director

Corporation Gains More Perspective on Ecommerce

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Viasat Q1 Revenue Hits $537M, Buoyed By Several Factors

Aircraft Business Affected By 737 MAX Groundings

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Soltek Pacific Gets $12M in Renovation Work at 32nd Street

New Center Will Support Navy Littoral Combat Ships

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CUSTOM CONTENT: The World of Work Is Ready to Change Again

Deloitte and the San Diego Business Journal address the future of work.

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Blue Tech Inc. Gets Computer Contract From U.S. Army

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.

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Inseego Reports Q2 Revenue of $56M; Up 14% From 2018

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.

Sempra Energy Q2 Revenue Is $2.23B; LNG Shipments Start

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.

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Cubic Reports Q3 Results; It Could Buy Tech Co.

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.

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Teehee Bishop Joint Venture to Put Roofs On Navy Buildings

Small Businesses Poised to Divide Up to $30 Million

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

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New Address Will Let DRS Daylight Solutions Grow

$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.

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