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June 9, 1992 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Hughes Aircraft Co. said Monday that it plans to sell its Interconnect Systems division in Irvine. The division, which has about 400 employees, makes electronic connection products for military and commercial uses. The business has suffered from a slump in sales during the recession and has cut its Irvine payroll by about 70 people in the past several months. "It is being looked at by several companies," said Richard Dore, spokesman for Hughes.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1992 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Hughes Aircraft Co. said Monday that it plans to sell its Interconnect Systems division in Irvine. The division, which has about 400 employees, makes electronic connection products for military and commercial uses. The business has suffered from a slump in sales during the recession and has cut its Irvine payroll by about 70 people in the past several months. "It is being looked at by several companies," said Richard Dore, spokesman for Hughes.
BUSINESS
September 13, 1993
* Glen Raiger has been appointed president of the Corporate and Facilities Services Division of Koll Management Services in Newport Beach. Before joining Koll Management in 1990, Raiger was vice president and Midwest regional manager for Sun Oil. * Jennifer Jackson has been appointed vice president of sales for Pacific Bell's new health-care market group.
NEWS
August 16, 1992 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tom Fairfax was seduced south of the border. Back in the mid-1980s, the Tustin business consultant thought Mexico was the Promised Land. He advised hundreds of Orange County business leaders they'd be loco not to open a maquiladora plant there. The peso was at a record low against the dollar, Mexican labor cost next to nothing, and the maquiladoras didn't have to pay normal U.S. import duties on the goods they produced. Nowadays, Fairfax is speaking another language.
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