The San Diego Business Journal (SDBJ), a local business publication, recently sat down with CEO Jim Cable to hear about life at Peregrine Semiconductor post the Murata acquisition. The resulting article appeared on the cover of the SDBJ’s July 6-12, 2015 issue and focuses on some of the exciting changes that are occurring as a result of the $471 million acquisition. As pointed out in the article, Peregrine expects to add around 100 new positions to its team as well as expand to a third building in the San Diego area (for current job postings, click here). Murata plans to leave Peregrine’s brand and current business model intact and to invest in the company’s future.
To read the complete article on the San Diego Business Journal website, click here (note the article is behind a paywall for SDBJ subscribers).