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October 27, 1998
Chatsworth Products, an employee-owned manufacturer of cabinet and rack systems for computers and communications networks, recently broke ground on a 71,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility in the Winnetka Avenue Business Corridor. The new site, just north of the intersection of Winnetka and Prairie Street, will allow the firm to consolidate its growing work force and accommodate expansion. The company hopes to move in by June.
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BUSINESS
October 27, 1998
Chatsworth Products, an employee-owned manufacturer of cabinet and rack systems for computers and communications networks, recently broke ground on a 71,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility in the Winnetka Avenue Business Corridor. The new site, just north of the intersection of Winnetka and Prairie Street, will allow the firm to consolidate its growing work force and accommodate expansion. The company hopes to move in by June.
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BUSINESS
December 9, 1997
Chatsworth Products in Westlake Village has opened a manufacturing facility in Georgetown, Texas. The facility, built over the past year, will employ up to 150 people within the first two years. Most of those employees will come from the surrounding area, company officials said. Chatsworth Products is a 100% employee-owned manufacturer of cabinet and rack systems for the computer and communications networks.
BUSINESS
December 9, 1997
Chatsworth Products in Westlake Village has opened a manufacturing facility in Georgetown, Texas. The facility, built over the past year, will employ up to 150 people within the first two years. Most of those employees will come from the surrounding area, company officials said. Chatsworth Products is a 100% employee-owned manufacturer of cabinet and rack systems for the computer and communications networks.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1986 | JAMES BATES
Tandon's stock slipped 25% on heavy volume in the past two days of trading, after the company's unexpected announcement Friday that it will post a significant loss for the third quarter that ended June 29 and suffer further losses through at least December. The Chatsworth computer products company's stock closed Monday at $3.37 1/2 in over-the-counter trading, on volume of nearly 1.5 million shares. The price was down $.12 1/2 from Friday's closing price and $1.
BUSINESS
July 8, 1986 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Stock prices for public companies in the San Fernando Valley area leveled off in the second quarter after rising sharply in the first three months. Losers and gainers were split evenly in the quarter ended June 30 among the 63 publicly traded companies in the area tracked by MPACT Securities, an Austin, Tex.-based firm that computes stock-price information for The Times on companies with headquarters or more than 2,000 employees in the San Fernando Valley-area.
BUSINESS
September 2, 1986 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Nearly 60% of the largest public companies based in the San Fernando Valley area posted higher profits in their most recently completed quarters, with insurance firms showing the biggest gains. Among the 53 companies surveyed, 30 reported higher profits than in the same period last year while eight posted lower net income. Another 15 firms lost money, but six of them narrowed their deficits from a year before.
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