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Business and professional groups plan a range of activities this week.

ViaSat was awarded a $478.6 million contract for the production, development and sustainment of the Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio Systems terminals.

Freedom Meditech Inc., a medical device company, has reported raising $4.8 million in a Series C financing intended to raise general capital.

Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in June.

The La Jolla-based outsourced accounting and software consultancy firm TAG announced Wednesday that Olivia Roemer has been named its construction software division manager.

Novatel Wireless (Nasdaq: NVTL), a San Diego-based company delivering wireless solutions to simplify the Internet of Things, reported that Slim Souissi, its president and chief operations officer, is leaving the company.

The San Diego-based automotive tolling technology company Neology has appointed Eric Redman as its vice president of U.S. sales and marketing.

MyDx Inc. has signed an exclusive patent sublicense agreement with Next Dimension Technologies Inc., a developer of electronic nose chemical sensing technology used by NASA, and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

San Diego-based Mitek (Nasdaq: MITK) reported it entered into a definitive agreement to acquire IDchecker, a cloud-based identity verification and facial recognition company, for $10.6 million.

Poway-based heavy duty computer display manufacturer Core Systems Inc. announced has provided the business consultant Avaya Shipboard Team with a range of products for many different U.S. Navy hull ships.

Underwriters Laboratories LLC has announced a memorandum of understanding with UC San Diego to help support developments in sustainable energy technology.

Webroot is a large, privately held Colorado-based company that makes cloud-based software for consumers, businesses and enterprises that address Internet threats.

Business and professional groups are planning a range of activities this week.

Poway-based General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. received two Department of Defense contracts this week, both for the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle.

Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) has entered into accelerated share repurchase agreements with two financial institutions to repurchase an aggregate of $5 billion of Qualcomm's common stock, with an initial delivery of approximately 57.7 million shares.

The Department of Defense’s acquisition process isn’t known for being a beacon of forward-thinking or for its ease of navigation, but the Better Buying Power 3.0 guidelines, released in April, aim to make the process more intuitive and derive more bang — literally — for the buck.

On Oct. 8, 2013, a lone arsonist broke into and set fire to Santa Sophia Catholic Church in Spring Valley. Although the blaze caused about $200,000 in damage, the church would surely have burned to the ground had it not been for a lone smoke detector installed by CLS Security Electronics (, which since 1993 has offered a wide range of security and home entertainment solutions for its business and residential customers throughout San Diego.

In 2009, Bob Leone sold his successful technology and services consulting business to Xerox and could have retired. But Xerox asked him to stay on, and he did, for two reasons:

Cubic Corp.’s (NYSE: CUB) Global Defense business was awarded a foreign military sales follow-on order of $1.25 million for additional Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 shelters, maintenance equipment and logistics support.

Hardware technology products have undergone a renaissance, with scores of new companies developing products ranging from drones to connected devices to gadgets of all kinds. It’s a big turnaround from the past 20 years or so, where investors took pains to avoid hardware investments, preferring to focus on software.

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