March 10, 1989 |
California Microwave Inc. said it completed the acquisition of EFData Corp. for about $5.8 million. EFData has annual sales of $8 million. It will operate as a subsidiary of California Microwave, the company said.
March 23, 1989 |
California Microwave Inc. has acquired Efdata Corp. of Tempe for about $5.8 million in cash and common stock, Efdata officials said. Efdata produces a range of satellite and troposcatter data communications productions, with annualized sales of $8 million, said founder Robert Fitting. He said the firm would continue to operate in Tempe as a wholly owned subsidiary of California Microwave, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based supplier of electronic intelligence systems and communications equipment.
March 21, 1997
San Francisco-based Il Fornaio America Corp., operator of 13 Italian restaurants, plans to sell 1.5 million common shares in an initial public offering, according to an SEC filing. . . . San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc. formed an alliance with Hitachi Ltd. of Japan to make and sell wireless communications equipment for local networks based on Qualcomm's code division multiple access technology. . . . Santa Clara-based 3Com Corp.'s third-quarter earnings rose to $87.
May 26, 1998
Boeing North American Inc. of Canoga Park won a $6-million contract from Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico for research and development. * The Titan Corp. of Chatsworth won a $1.6-million contract from the Defense Special Weapons Agency in Alexandria, Va., for research and development. * California Microwave Inc. of Woodland Hills won a $1.4-million contract from the Navy in Point Mugu for technical representative services.