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February 25, 1997
Hughes Aircraft Co.'s data systems unit said Monday it has received its first orders, valued at $9.8 million, under a $172-million contract with the Patent and Trademark Office to supply computer workstations for patent examiners.
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BUSINESS
July 22, 1993 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Data Systems said Wednesday that it has teamed up with two other companies to compete for a $2-billion contract from the U.S. Navy. The Hughes Aircraft Co. subsidiary, based in Irvine, joined forces with IBM's Federal Systems Co. of Manassas, Va., and BTG of Vienna, Va., to vie for an opportunity to supply about 42,000 computer workstations for Navy ships and aircraft.
BUSINESS
September 4, 1996
Hughes Data Systems said it has been awarded a contract to supply the Patent and Trademark Office with computer equipment worth more than $152 million over the next three years. The deal is the latest in a series of government contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Hughes Data, an Irvine-based subsidiary of General Motors' Hughes Aircraft Co. Hughes is to provide computer workstations, monitors, printers and other peripherals to the Patent and Trademark Office.
BUSINESS
September 4, 1996
Hughes Data Systems said it has been awarded a contract to supply the Patent and Trademark Office with computer equipment worth more than $152 million over the next three years. The deal is the latest in a series of government contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Hughes Data, an Irvine-based subsidiary of General Motors' Hughes Aircraft Co. Hughes is to provide computer workstations, monitors, printers and other peripherals to the Patent and Trademark Office.
BUSINESS
April 2, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft Co. and Hewlett-Packard Co. said Wednesday that they have won a contract to supply computer workstations to the Navy in a deal worth a potential $175 million. Hughes Data Systems here, a subsidiary of the aerospace giant's Ground Systems Group in Fullerton, is contracted to provide up to 4,300 Hewlett-Packard computers over four years.
BUSINESS
February 25, 1997
Hughes Aircraft Co.'s data systems unit said Monday it has received its first orders, valued at $9.8 million, under a $172-million contract with the Patent and Trademark Office to supply computer workstations for patent examiners.
BUSINESS
August 13, 1998
John Fritch has been named chief financial officer and chairman of the board of directors of American Custom Components Inc. in Santa Ana. In addition, the company said Mike Orton, executive vice president, has resigned for personal reasons. Fritch was director of material at Hughes Data Systems, a unit of Hughes Aircraft Co. He has more than 20 years of management experience with RCA, Conner Peripherals, Amdahl, Seagate and Western Digital.
BUSINESS
May 9, 1996
An Orange County unit of Hughes Aircraft Co. has been selected to compete for nearly $1 billion in computer sales to the U.S. Air Force over the next five years. Hughes Data Systems, in Irvine, said Wednesday that it received a $100,000 first-stage contract to begin marketing its computer products under the Air Force's Desktop V program. Hughes will compete with Virginia-based Zenith Data Systems for sales of an estimated 360,000 computers, along with peripherals and software, worth up to $924.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1997
* Robert Wabler has joined Johnny Rockets Group Inc., an Irvine restaurant operator and franchiser, as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Wabler was most recently executive vice president and chief financial officer of Just For Feet Inc. Before that, he was senior vice president, chief financial and administrative officer of the Athletes' Foot Group Inc. Wabler succeeds Steve Fenstermacher who left the company in early June.
BUSINESS
July 22, 1993 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Data Systems said Wednesday that it has teamed up with two other companies to compete for a $2-billion contract from the U.S. Navy. The Hughes Aircraft Co. subsidiary, based in Irvine, joined forces with IBM's Federal Systems Co. of Manassas, Va., and BTG of Vienna, Va., to vie for an opportunity to supply about 42,000 computer workstations for Navy ships and aircraft.
BUSINESS
April 2, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft Co. and Hewlett-Packard Co. said Wednesday that they have won a contract to supply computer workstations to the Navy in a deal worth a potential $175 million. Hughes Data Systems here, a subsidiary of the aerospace giant's Ground Systems Group in Fullerton, is contracted to provide up to 4,300 Hewlett-Packard computers over four years.
BUSINESS
November 9, 1997
Phil Dyskow has been appointed president of Yamaha Marine Group in Cypress. He had been senior vice president since 1995. Dyskow will also oversee the Yamaha Boat Co. In addition, Jack Malone, general manager of Yamaha Marine Group, was named vice president. * Paul F. Rodeno is a new executive vice president of Eldorado Bank in Tustin. Rodeno had been with San Dieguito National Bank for more than 10 years.
BUSINESS
July 23, 1986 | JAMES RISEN
GM Hughes Electronics Corp.--the General Motors subsidiary that includes El Segundo-based Hughes Aircraft--earned $154 million in the second quarter, up 67.4% from last year's $92 million on a pro forma basis, the company said. Revenue totaled $2.8 billion, compared to $2.4 billion last year. This brought six-month earnings to $291 million on sales of $5.3 billion, compared to pro forma profits of $218 million on sales of $4.7 billion a year ago.
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