Short takes on the week's announcements and deals.

Acquisitions

Bethesda-based mortgage software developer Overture Technologies said it has acquired Utah-based property information service provider Real Property Insight. Terms were not disclosed.

Expansions

Seattle-based Alaska Airlines said it plans daily nonstop service between Baltimore Washington Marshall International Airport and Seattle.

Melbourne, Fla.-based IT and communications company Harris Corp. said that it has opened its new 160,000-square-foot facility in Herndon, where the company is consolidating its Northern Virginia operations.

Herndon-based software developer MicroPact said it has signed a 10-year lease that doubles the size of its headquarters at 12901 Worldgate Dr.

France-based IT company Kode Software plans to open its first U.S. office in the Dulles area, according to the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development.

Funding

District-based Cogent Communications Group, which provides high-speed Internet access and other services to businesses, said it plans to raise $200 million through an offering of senior notes due in 2021.

Reston-based contractor Leidos said it has entered into a deal with an unnamed financial institution to buy back $200 million of its outstanding shares by June.

Moves

Edge Commercial Real Estate has moved its corporate headquarters from Bethesda to 656 Quince Orchard Rd. in Gaithersburg.

Name changes

Falls Church-based science, technology and strategy services nonprofit Noblis said it has renamed its Elan Tech Systems subsidiary to Noblis ESI.

— Compiled by Shawn Selby