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Craig Bouchard has stepped down as chief executive and chairman of Real Industry Inc., it was announced Monday.
Capstone Turbine Corp. has signed a new three-year agreement with BPC Engineering to distribute its microturbines in Russia and Belarus.
Aerojet Rocketdyne on Thursday test-fired its RS-25 rocket engine that will be used on the Space Launch System, the new heavy-lift rocket NASA has under development to power future manned missions to the moon and possibly to Mars.
Biotech products manufacturer SaniSure Inc. has signed a lease in a Camarillo industrial building for nearly double the space it has in Oxnard.
Qualstar narrows its losses, while BNK's grows wider on volatile oil prices.
Real Industry Inc. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings for the fiscal second quarter, but the market reacted by sending the share price down nearly 9 percent.
Interlink Electronics Inc. Chief Executive Steve Bronson rang the closing bell at the Nasdaq in Times Square on Monday.
Virgin Galactic received an operator license for its SpaceShipTwo space vehicle from the Federal Aviation Administration, the company announced.
Talon International, Inc. announced the appointment of a new chief strategy officer on Thursday.
Capstone Turbine Corp. received payment for two of its microturbines to be shipped to a flare gas utilization project in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Medical-device maker Medtronic announced Tuesday that its Guardian Connect mobile glucose monitoring system received European Union approval and is slated for sale in 2017.
The owner of an Antelope Valley gold mine has agreed to sell $10 million worth of shares in the company to a syndicate of investors led by a Canadian firm.
Capstone Turbine Corp. has shipped its first C1000S microturbine to Europe for use at a manufacturing facility in Slovenia, the company announced Wednesday.
California Resources Corp. recommended Thursday that shareholders reject an unsolicited “mini-tender” offer for shares by a Canadian investment company.
Platinum Equity increased its offer for acquiring testing and computer equipment supplier Electro Rent Corp. by 18 percent, valuing the deal at about $382 million.