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May 29, 1992 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft Co. on Thursday announced the formation of a novel joint venture with a major Japanese electronics firm that will use defense technology to develop a new generation of video products for consumers. The new Carlsbad, Calif.-based venture will be 40% owned by Victor Co. of Japan, best known as the maker of JVC electronics products and holder of the patent on the hugely successful VHS videocassette recorder. The joint agreement--the first between a major U.S.
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May 29, 1992 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft Co. on Thursday announced the formation of a novel joint venture with a major Japanese electronics firm that will use defense technology to develop a new generation of video products for consumers. The new Carlsbad, Calif.-based venture will be 40% owned by Victor Co. of Japan, best known as the maker of JVC electronics products and holder of the patent on the hugely successful VHS videocassette recorder. The joint agreement--the first between a major U.S.
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May 29, 1992 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hughes Aircraft Co. on Thursday announced the formation of a novel joint venture with a major Japanese electronics firm that will use defense technology to develop a new generation of video products for consumers. The new Carlsbad, Calif.-based venture will be 40%-owned by Victor Co. of Japan, best known as the maker of JVC electronics products and holder of the patent on the hugely successful VHS videocassette recorder. The joint agreement--the first between a major U.S.
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August 4, 1992 | CHRIS KRAUL and BARRY HORSTMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Without guaranteeing that any jobs will be found for workers facing layoffs, Hughes Aircraft and the city of San Diego announced Monday the formation of a task force to pursue ways of creating jobs for some of the 4,500 General Dynamics Convair missiles employees who stand to be let go over the next year. At a press conference Monday at San Diego City Hall to describe their "unique civic-corporate partnership," Hughes Aircraft Vice Chairman Michael T.
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