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January 11, 2007 | Dawn C. Chmielewski, Times Staff Writer
TELEVISIONS in recent years have taken over living rooms. Now, they're almost as big as one. At the annual Consumer Electronics Show here this week, manufacturers showed off ever-bigger TVs in a size race that showed no signs of slowing. Panasonic this year bragged that billionaire Mark Cuban owns one of its wall-filling, 103-inch plasma displays, which retail for about $70,000.
April 14, 2011 | By Robin Abcarian, Los Angeles Times
Sidney Harman, a philanthropist, polymath and pioneer in high-fidelity sound for homes and cars who tried to resuscitate an icon of American journalism when he bought Newsweek last year, has died. He was 92. Harman died Tuesday night in Washington, D.C., of complications from leukemia, according to a statement from his family on the website of the Daily Beast, which Harman merged with Newsweek in November. He was married to former Democratic Rep. Jane Harman of Venice, who resigned her seat in February to lead the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
June 10, 1997
Electro Scientific Industries of Portland, Ore., said Monday it has completed its acquisition of Dynamotion Corp., a Santa Ana producer of drilling and routing systems, in a $13-million stock purchase. ESI designs and makes electronics products for electronics manufacturing. Dynamotion, which was founded in 1985, makes products primarily for the semiconductor and electronics industries.
March 4, 2014 | By Ricardo Lopez
Beleaguered electronics retailer RadioShack Corp. reported its fourth-quarter store sales were down 19% compared to last year and that it would close up to 1,100 underperforming stores, the Fort Worth company said Tuesday. " Our fourth-quarter financial results were driven by a holiday season characterized by lower store traffic, intense promotional activity particularly in consumer electronics, a very soft mobility marketplace and a few operational issues," RadioShack chief executive  Joseph C. Magnacca said.  The company's fourth-quarter revenue was down 20%, slumping to $935.4 million compared to nearly $1.2 billion during the same period last year, RadioShack reported.  It also reported a net loss of $191.4 million for the fourth-quarter, its eighth consecutive quarterly loss.
April 29, 1989 | From United Press International
Juan Benitez, 38, the Cuban-born former president, chief operating officer and director of Micron Technology Inc., was named Friday as deputy assistant commerce secretary for science and electronics.
June 6, 1989
MMI Medical Inc. of Pomona said it acquired the diagnostic imaging maintenance and repair business of Electronics in Medicine Inc. of Houston. Details were not disclosed.
May 23, 1989
Rich Kullback was named vice president-merchandising for Dak Industries in Canoga Park. Kullback recently sold his partnership in Golden Crown Marketing and on April 24 joined Dak, which sells consumer electronics.
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