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July 29, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just days after Ingram Micro Inc. unveiled plans for its first public stock offering, the company's recently departed chief executive joined the board of another company that may also be going public in the near future. Linwood A. "Chip" Lacy, who led Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro for a decade before he left in a management squabble in May, said he has agreed to serve on the board of directors of Entex Information Services Inc., a New York computer products reseller.
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July 29, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just days after Ingram Micro Inc. unveiled plans for its first public stock offering, the company's recently departed chief executive joined the board of another company that may also be going public in the near future. Linwood A. "Chip" Lacy, who led Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro for a decade before he left in a management squabble in May, said he has agreed to serve on the board of directors of Entex Information Services Inc., a New York computer products reseller.
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November 20, 1998 | Daryl Strickland
FirstPlus Financial, which closed its home mortgage affiliate in Mission Viejo last month and folded the unit into the parent company in Dallas, has been sued by a pair of vendors who contend they are owed nearly $750,000. Entex Information Services Inc. of Massachusetts, a supplier of computer networking equipment, was not paid for $381,139 in high-tech goods that it provided from May through September, according to a lawsuit filed in Orange County Superior Court.
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August 13, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
Intel Corp. confirmed on Wednesday that there have been spot shortages of some of its more affordable processors, causing a shortage of cheap personal computers for corporate users. Computer dealers and distributors are reporting scant supply of PCs with 266 megahertz and 300MHz Pentium II chips, as Intel pushes its faster and more profitable 333MHz, 350MHz and 400MHz processors. Hewlett-Packard Co. and International Business Machines Corp.
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