The Daily Digest intends to help readers track major announcements made by and about companies on the San Diego Stock Exchange Index. The Daily Digest tracks announcements and SEC filings released from midnight until 4 p.m., or three hours after the stock markets close. To see how companies on the San Diego Stock Exchange Index performed, visit sddt.com/stocks.
Accelrys Inc.: Company announced it will report fourth quarter and full-year financial results Feb. 26, after the market closes.
Alphatec Holdings Inc.: Company announced it will report fourth quarter and full-year financial results Feb. 28, after market closes.
Axesstel Inc.: Company announced it will report fourth quarter and full-year financial results Feb. 28, before the market opens.
Billmyparents Inc.: Company announced that Kim Petry has joined the company and will be appointed as chief financial officer.
Cardium Therapeutics Inc.: Company announced that the American Podiatric Medical Association has granted its seal of approval to its Excellagen product.
Cubic Corp.: Company was downgraded to “hold” from “buy” by brokerage firm Benchmark. The target price is $46 per share.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc.: Company announced the release of its new flagship network management and situational awareness product, NeuralStar.
Maxwell Technologies Inc.: SEC documents showed CEO David Schramm surrendered 1,872 shares at $10.77 per share on Friday.
Natural Alternatives Intl.: Company reported net income of $102,000, or 1 cent per share, for the quarter ended Dec. 31.
Peregrine Semiconductor Corp.: Company announced it has appointed Carl Burrow as corporate vice president of worldwide sales and applications.
Qualcomm Inc.: Company was downgraded to “neutral” from “overweight” by brokerage firm JPMorgan. The target price is $70 per share.
Santarus Inc.: SEC documents showed Vice President Julie DeMeules exercised options on 15,165 shares at $5.25 per share, and sold 15,165 shares at $13.05 per share on Monday; and CFO Debra Crawford exercised options on 17,853 shares at 88 cents per share, and sold 17,853 shares at $12.99 per share on Monday.
WD-40 Co.: SEC documents showed Officer William Noble exercised options on 3,000 shares at $29.30 per share, and sold 3,000 shares at $53.95 per share on Friday.