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October 4, 1989 | From United Press International
Humphrey Inc. said it received a $3.5-million add-on contract from Rockwell International Corp.'s Missile Syatems Division to supply gyroscopes for use in the Army's Hellfire missile. Delivery to Rockwell's Duluth, Ga.-based missile systems unit is expected to begin early next year.
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October 4, 1989 | From United Press International
Humphrey Inc. said it received a $3.5-million add-on contract from Rockwell International Corp.'s Missile Syatems Division to supply gyroscopes for use in the Army's Hellfire missile. Delivery to Rockwell's Duluth, Ga.-based missile systems unit is expected to begin early next year.
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May 14, 1985 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
No corporate president likes to tell shareholders that his company is losing money--especially when he is also the company's major shareholder. "If you know what you're doing, you're not supposed to lose money," observed Paul E. Humphrey, founder, chief executive and major stockholder--with more than 50% of the stock--of Humphrey Inc., the San Diego-based manufacturer of gyroscopes and other guidance instruments that are used mainly in military and energy industry applications.
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May 14, 1985 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
No corporate president likes to tell shareholders that his company is losing money--especially when he is also the company's major shareholder. "If you know what you're doing, you're not supposed to lose money," observed Paul E. Humphrey, founder, chief executive and major stockholder--with more than 50% of the stock--of Humphrey Inc., the San Diego-based manufacturer of gyroscopes and other guidance instruments that are used mainly in military and energy industry applications.
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