November 3, 1992
E.N. Phillips Co., a shell company in Reseda, says it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Entertainment Gaming Inc. for an undisclosed amount of stock. Entertainment Gaming is a Denver concern trying to develop a resort and casino in Black Hawk, Colo., which legalized gambling in 1990. Phillips previously operated health-screening testing centers in shopping malls, but later abandoned the business. Separately, Phillips said Hal B.
November 5, 1991
E. N. Phillips Co., a troubled Woodland Hills company, is no longer in negotiations to acquire Sierra Tech, a North Hollywood aircraft parts manufacturer. E. N. Phillips Chairman Hal B. Phillips said only that the proposed purchase "didn't meet the requirements that we had established . . . for the benefit of our shareholders. It was a thing that didn't fly." However, Sierra Tech Vice President Charles Platt said his company pulled out of the negotiations because of concerns about E .N.
December 18, 1990 |
Conveniently located across from See's Candy at the Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, there's a business called Testing 1-2-3 where shoppers can check their blood sugar and cholesterol levels. The center also offers 39 other health screenings, all supervised by a doctor or licensed technician, and most of them are free. It's one of nine shopping mall health centers opened by Woodland Hills-based E.N. Phillips Co.