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December 27, 1991
Eiki International Inc., a manufacturer of audio-visual and video presentation equipment, has moved into its new corporate headquarters building in the Vista Terrace Business Park in Lake Forest. The new facility houses corporate staff and sales, marketing and technical service departments. Eiki is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Eiki Industrial Co., Ltd. of Osaka, Japan.
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January 19, 1992 | from Times Staff and Wire Reports
The general manager of a firm being sued by the federal government for allegedly discriminating against an employee who spoke English with a foreign accent said Saturday that he was surprised by the charge. Roy Fujishige, general manager of Eiki International, said that he has not heard directly from the federal government's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about the litigation.
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January 19, 1992 | from Times Staff and Wire Reports
The general manager of a firm being sued by the federal government for allegedly discriminating against an employee who spoke English with a foreign accent said Saturday that he was surprised by the charge. Roy Fujishige, general manager of Eiki International, said that he has not heard directly from the federal government's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about the litigation.
BUSINESS
December 27, 1991
Eiki International Inc., a manufacturer of audio-visual and video presentation equipment, has moved into its new corporate headquarters building in the Vista Terrace Business Park in Lake Forest. The new facility houses corporate staff and sales, marketing and technical service departments. Eiki is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Eiki Industrial Co., Ltd. of Osaka, Japan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1988 | Herbert J. Vida
County residents and companies will be honored in May for their achievements and contributions in connection with Goodwill Industries of Orange County. They include Melanie Conatser of Mission Viejo and Thanh Vien of Garden Grove, who will be honored as Graduate of the Year and Achiever of the Year, respectively. Ethel Coffman of Santa Ana, 92 and still active, will be honored as Volunteer of the Year.
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February 17, 1989 | Clipboard researched by Dallas Jamison / Los Angeles Times Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times
From the modest, 15-person wholesale offices of Yanmar Diesel Engine in Anaheim, to the sleek, national manufacturing headquarters of Ricoh Electronics Inc. in Tustin, the presence of Japanese companies in Orange County is a substantial one. According to a 1987 survey conducted by the Japan Business Assn. of Southern California*, 87,483 people in California worked for Japanese companies or their subsidiaries, making the Japanese bigger employers than the top five corporations in California.
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