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June 16, 2005 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Jazz Semiconductor Inc. on Wednesday withdrew its initial public offering of up to $150 million in common stock, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Newport Beach-based company said the registration statement was being withdrawn because of "market conditions." The IPO originally was filed with the SEC on Jan. 21. Jazz Semiconductor, which was spun off from Conexant Systems Inc., is a contract manufacturer of chips. Credit Suisse First Boston, Lehman Bros.
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June 16, 2005 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Jazz Semiconductor Inc. on Wednesday withdrew its initial public offering of up to $150 million in common stock, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Newport Beach-based company said the registration statement was being withdrawn because of "market conditions." The IPO originally was filed with the SEC on Jan. 21. Jazz Semiconductor, which was spun off from Conexant Systems Inc., is a contract manufacturer of chips. Credit Suisse First Boston, Lehman Bros.
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May 7, 2002 | James Granelli
Chip maker Conexant Systems Inc. and buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc. have named their new manufacturing joint venture operation Jazz Semiconductor Inc. Jazz Semiconductor is the former Conexant specialty manufacturing facility in Newport Beach that was contributed to the joint venture for $20 million as part of a plan to spin off two other units.
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November 25, 2006 | From Reuters
A private equity consortium led by Carlyle Group is planning to make a $5.5-billion bid for the world's biggest microchip packaging firm, Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc., the companies said Friday. At 39 Taiwanese dollars ($1.19) a share, the potential Carlyle bid represents a 10% premium to Taiwan-based ASE's Friday closing price of 35.5 Taiwanese dollars a share and values the firm at about 179 billion Taiwanese dollars ($5.46 billion), according to Reuters data. The U.S.
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June 22, 2005 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
When analyst David Menlow scans the market for initial public offerings of stock these days, a scene from the 1987 movie "Wall Street" springs to his mind. "Why do you need to wreck this company?" Charlie Sheen's character, Bud Fox, asks investment banker Gordon Gekko, played by Michael Douglas. Comes the snap reply, "Because it's wreck-able, all right?"
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October 23, 2007 | Nancy Rivera Brooks, Times Staff Writer
Television shows and movies may be Southern California's most famous products, but the region churns out massive amounts of extruded, fabricated, formed, poured, sewn, smelted and stamped goods every day. Some are futuristic, such as the "bionic eye" crafted by Second Sight Medical Products Inc. Others are basic, including the cardboard boxes turned out by Empire Container Corp. and the wooden or steel ones by ABC Caskets.
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