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BUSINESS
May 30, 1989
The American Electronics Assn., a high-tech industry trade group, has named John Hatch vice president. Hatch, who is based in the trade group's Santa Clara office, joined the AEA in 1983 as director of public relations.
BUSINESS
April 8, 1991 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The chairman of the American Electronics Assn., declaring that the ability of U.S. electronics firms to compete globally is "at risk," on Friday called on the American government to help "provide an environment that permits U.S. industry to be more competitive." "Together, government and industry must make a commitment that the United States will be the world leader in developing and utilizing new technologies," Gary L.
BUSINESS
April 8, 1991 | SAM JAMESON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The chairman of the American Electronics Assn., declaring that the ability of U.S. electronics firms to compete globally is "at risk," on Friday called on the American government to help "provide an environment that permits U.S. industry to be more competitive." "Together, government and industry must make a commitment that the United States will be the world leader in developing and utilizing new technologies," Gary L.
BUSINESS
June 12, 1987 | WARREN VIETH, Times Staff Writer
Orange County electronics companies had the second-highest employee turnover rate in the nation during 1986, eclipsing every major employment region except Texas, a trade association reported Thursday. According to data compiled by the American Electronics Assn., Orange County electronics firms had a 20.9% turnover rate last year, exceeded only by Texas' 21.4% rate, but considerably outdistancing the national average of 16.4%.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1986
According to the report, U.S. electronics firms sold about $229 billion of domestically produced goods and services in 1985, up 1.4% from 1984. The association estimated that fourth-quarter electronics sales were $60.3 billion, compared to the $61.1 billion reported for the comparable 1984 quarter. December's electronics sales of $21.6 billion were 2.7% below the same month of the preceding year. In December, 1985, the critical new orders figure was $21.
BUSINESS
May 30, 1989
The American Electronics Assn., a high-tech industry trade group, has named John Hatch vice president. Hatch, who is based in the trade group's Santa Clara office, joined the AEA in 1983 as director of public relations.
BUSINESS
June 12, 1987 | WARREN VIETH, Times Staff Writer
Orange County electronics companies had the second-highest employee turnover rate in the nation during 1986, eclipsing every major employment region except Texas, a trade association reported Thursday. According to data compiled by the American Electronics Assn., Orange County electronics firms had a 20.9% turnover rate last year, exceeded only by Texas' 21.4% rate, but considerably outdistancing the national average of 16.4%.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1986
According to the report, U.S. electronics firms sold about $229 billion of domestically produced goods and services in 1985, up 1.4% from 1984. The association estimated that fourth-quarter electronics sales were $60.3 billion, compared to the $61.1 billion reported for the comparable 1984 quarter. December's electronics sales of $21.6 billion were 2.7% below the same month of the preceding year. In December, 1985, the critical new orders figure was $21.
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