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October 27, 1998
A Canoga Park computer company that was the on-site service center for Inca Computer Co. is back in business on its own now that the Detroit-based chain has pulled out of the Southland. Kevin England, former assistant regional manager for the chain, said he has revived his former firm, Computer Network Services, and is offering assistance to some of Inca's former customers. On the heels of a funding crunch, Inca shut down five Southland stores and one in Illinois on Oct. 12.
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BUSINESS
October 27, 1998
A Canoga Park computer company that was the on-site service center for Inca Computer Co. is back in business on its own now that the Detroit-based chain has pulled out of the Southland. Kevin England, former assistant regional manager for the chain, said he has revived his former firm, Computer Network Services, and is offering assistance to some of Inca's former customers. On the heels of a funding crunch, Inca shut down five Southland stores and one in Illinois on Oct. 12.
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October 23, 1998 | KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After less than four months as a visible presence on the Southern California computer scene, Detroit-based Inca Computer Co. has pulled the plug on its Southland operation, putting more than 120 people out of work. The shuttered stores--in Burbank, Northridge, Santa Clarita, Montclair and Costa Mesa--were closed Oct. 12 after the chain ran into major funding problems, company executives said.
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July 8, 1998 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Waad Nadhir was ahead of the curve in 1995 when he launched CarChoice, two huge dealerships in Dallas and Detroit stocked with an unusually broad range of used cars and trucks. His innovative business attracted AutoNation creator Wayne Huizenga, who bought CarChoice in 1996 for $103 million--more than double the $50 million Nadhir said he invested in the business. Nadhir hopes to score again with his latest enterprise: Inca Computer Co., a small retail chain that sells custom-built computers.
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