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April 30, 1992
Hart Industries Inc. in Irvine said Wednesday that it has acquired 20-year leases on six retail stores in Moscow. The publicly held environmental services company said it bought the leases from its investment banker, Stevenson Abercrombie & Claythorne Co., also of Irvine. "All six stores are located in the central district near the Kremlin," said Patrick Elliott, vice president of Hart Industries. The small specialty shops will offer merchandise ranging from clothes to food and liquor, he said.
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BUSINESS
April 30, 1992
Hart Industries Inc. in Irvine said Wednesday that it has acquired 20-year leases on six retail stores in Moscow. The publicly held environmental services company said it bought the leases from its investment banker, Stevenson Abercrombie & Claythorne Co., also of Irvine. "All six stores are located in the central district near the Kremlin," said Patrick Elliott, vice president of Hart Industries. The small specialty shops will offer merchandise ranging from clothes to food and liquor, he said.
BUSINESS
June 6, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bit of merger mania surfaced Tuesday in Orange County. Four high-technology companies--Helionetics, Printrak, CAM Data and Hart Industries--made announcements relating to merger completions or buyout proposals. The largest transaction involved Irvine-based defense contractor Helionetics Inc., which said it had completed its acquisition of larger Definicon International Corp. The deal involved an exchange for 1.8 million shares of Helionetics stock. Helionetics, with annual sales of $12.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1990 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small Laguna Hills investment firm said Wednesday that it has formed a joint venture with a Soviet film studio to produce low-budget movies in the Soviet Union. Rolan A. Bykov, president of Moscow-based All Union Movie and TV Centre, said the agreement calls for the production of 20 movies over a five-year period, with each picture budgeted at a cost of between $8 million and $10 million.
BUSINESS
September 1, 1987 | JOHN TIGHE, Times Staff Writer
It cleans six settings of food-caked dishes in three minutes, uses just four gallons of water and you don't have to plug it in--or feed it. "It's a marvel, don'tcha think?" said Jack Elliott of the energy-saving, water-powered dishwasher he has been developing for four years. Now ready to begin marketing the device, Elliott, chairman and founder of tiny Hart Industries Inc.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the American Trade Center in Moscow opens for business in September, top U.S. and Soviet officials will be on hand to cut the ribbon to the first Western-managed hotel and business complex in the Soviet Union. The complex is the first Soviet project of Americom International Corp., an Irvine development company. And Americom seems to have scored a hit. The deal may look simple on paper, but it took years of behind-the-scenes political and economic maneuvering to pull it off.
BUSINESS
June 6, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bit of merger mania surfaced Tuesday in Orange County. Four high-technology companies--Helionetics, Printrak, CAM Data and Hart Industries--made announcements relating to merger completions or buyout proposals. The largest transaction involved Irvine-based defense contractor Helionetics Inc., which said it had completed its acquisition of larger Definicon International Corp. The deal involved an exchange for 1.8 million shares of Helionetics stock. Helionetics, with annual sales of $12.
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