July 2, 1992 |
In a shift that emphasizes computer software over hardware, Archive Corp. has formed a division to develop computer programs for the data-storage market, the company said Wednesday. The division will combine the software development organizations from its different operating divisions, Chairman D. Howard Lewis said in a statement. The unit will be based in Lake Mary, Fla., where the company already has a subsidiary, Maynard Electronics. It will employ 100 people, none of them new hires.
September 26, 1991 |
Archive Corp. said Wednesday that it plans to introduce by year's end a new generation of data cartridge tape drives, which can back up data stored on a typical computer network three times over. The company's Archive Technology Inc. subsidiary in Costa Mesa held a press conference to display several new members of a family of high-capacity data cartridge tape drives that can store from 2.1 gigabytes to 4.2 gigabytes of data.
June 25, 1990 |
Two avant-garde New York City arts organizations have been asked by a federal investigator--who said he was acting at the request of Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.)--to provide information on appearance dates of four specific artists beginning in 1984. The unusual request was made by the U.S. General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress, in telephone calls to the two arts organizations late last week. Officials of the arts groups confirmed the telephone contacts during the weekend.
June 7, 2006 |
Bank of America Corp. plans to roll out a pilot hybrid vehicle purchase plan for employees today that could eventually make it the nation's largest corporate sponsor of the fuel-friendly cars and sport utility vehicles. The $3,000 rebate program initially will be limited to about 21,000 bank employees working in Los Angeles County, Boston and Charlotte, N.C., where BofA is headquartered. But eventually as many as 175,000 employees in the U.S. could be eligible, spokesman Michael Chee said.