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January 12, 1997 | From Bloomberg News
When Ha-Lo Industries Inc. President and Chief Executive Lou Weisbach hands out a business card, it comes enclosed in a larger card imprinted with a graph of his company's nearly fivefold 1995 stock price increase. Open the card, and a hidden computer chip triggers the sound of a heralding trumpet. "If I give something like that, people are going to remember me, and the same thing is true for our customers," Weisbach said.
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February 3, 1998 | WALTER HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Question: What's the 21st century going to mean for investors? Answer: The same thing the last 100 years have meant. Forget about robots and flying saucers. Investors will need solid companies with promising growth prospects. To help with that process, The Times has come up with 21 small-capitalization stocks whose futures look bright.
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February 3, 1998 | WALTER HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Question: What's the 21st century going to mean for investors? Answer: The same thing the last 100 years have meant. Forget about robots and flying saucers. Investors will need solid companies with promising growth prospects. To help with that process, The Times has come up with 21 small-capitalization stocks whose futures look bright.
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January 12, 1997 | From Bloomberg News
When Ha-Lo Industries Inc. President and Chief Executive Lou Weisbach hands out a business card, it comes enclosed in a larger card imprinted with a graph of his company's nearly fivefold 1995 stock price increase. Open the card, and a hidden computer chip triggers the sound of a heralding trumpet. "If I give something like that, people are going to remember me, and the same thing is true for our customers," Weisbach said.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1998
FMC Corp. said a federal judge in San Jose agreed to reduce a jury's award against the chemical and machinery maker for misleading the U.S. Army about how safely its Bradley Fighting Vehicle could cross rivers. The judge didn't specify what the final judgment would be, although Chicago-based FMC said it expects the award to be less than $90 million.
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June 23, 1993
* Tod Pulsifer has been appointed vice president of sales for the electronic imaging division of Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. in Irvine. Pulsifer, who joined Toshiba in 1982, was previously a director of sales and marketing for the division. * Darryl Walker has been appointed vice president of HA-LO Industries Inc. with responsibility for sales, customer service and new business development in California. He will be based in the Irvine office of the Niles, Ill.
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August 24, 1999
The Los Angeles Times Power Ratings rank stocks based on growth-oriented criteria: share price momentum, earnings forecasts and analysts' recommendations.
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