June 11, 1987
County plans for commercial development of Bonelli Regional Park is prohibited under a 1971 agreement that created the park's joint-powers authority, an advisory commission has said. According to the agreement, the park is to be used as a regional recreational facility oriented toward major aquatic sports, camping, picnicking, riding, archery and golf, according to members of the Frank G. Bonelli Regional County Park and Recreation Area Authority Commission.
September 27, 1994
Tekelec, a Calabasas-based supplier of communication diagnostic and switching systems, said AT & T Network Systems, a unit of the AT & T Corp., has agreed to distribute Tekelec telephone-switching equipment. Under the agreement, AT & T will distribute Tekelec's Eagle signal transfer point products--switches that help set up telephone calls, verify calling card numbers and route 800 number calls, among other functions. Financial terms of the agreement were not released.
December 20, 1986 |
Racet Computes Ltd. of Orange said it has signed an agreement under which Kobe Steel Corp. of Tokyo will develop and distribute its computer products in the Far East. The privately held maker of computer communications equipment said that the agreement calls for Kobe to distribute the devices throughout the Far East through its existing marketing arms.
February 2, 2001 |
Laid-off hourly workers at Amazon.com Inc.'s Seattle customer service center will now be able to receive extra severance benefits without signing an agreement prohibiting them from bad-mouthing the company. The company had earlier told the laid-off workers they would each receive an extra six weeks' pay and $500 in cash if they signed an agreement that included a promise not to make derogatory comments about the company.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1988
Administrators from the University of Tokyo and UC San Diego signed an agreement Friday for scientific, educational and cultural exchanges between the two institutions. The agreement calls for joint research, exchange of faculty and graduate students, sharing of information in fields of mutual interest, and sponsorship of visiting scholars for lectures and conferences.
December 18, 1990
SFE Technologies, a San Fernando electronics company, said it has signed an agreement to sell most of the assets of its West-Cap Arizona subsidiary to Dale Electronics Inc., based in Columbus, Neb. SFE and Dale have set Dec. 31 as the expected closing date for the sale, said SFE Chairman William Kuehn. The agreement concludes negotiations that began in mid-November, he said. The proposed purchase price was not disclosed. Dale is a subsidiary of Vishay Intertechnology Inc., based in Malvern, Pa.
April 14, 1987
Irvine-based Diceon Electronics Inc. said it has signed an agreement in principle to acquire Symtron Corp., a closely held company headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., for 300,000 shares of Diceon common stock, or 5.45% of the company's 5.5 million shares outstanding. Value of the acquisition, based on Monday's closing price of $39.25 per share for Diceon common stock, would be $11.7 million.
August 21, 1989 |
Paint maker Sherwin-Williams Co. has reached agreement in principle to buy the chemical coatings division of Whittaker Corp. of Los Angeles, Sherwin-Williams announced today. Terms were not disclosed. Sherwin-Williams said the sale hinged on reaching a definitive agreement and was expected to be completed by fall. The Whittaker Coatings Group includes 10 manufacturing facilities in nine states and research laboratories in Columbus, Ohio, and Colton, Calif.