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May 31, 1996
A San Diego company said Thursday it has completed its acquisition of 94% of the shares of semiconductor manufacturer California ASIC Technical Services Inc. California ASIC received $2.7 million in common stock of JMAR Industries Inc., which plans to operate the Irvine company as a division. JMAR, which develops and manufactures systems to improve productivity for the microelectronics and medical industries, also agreed to loan $1.
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BUSINESS
May 31, 1996
A San Diego company said Thursday it has completed its acquisition of 94% of the shares of semiconductor manufacturer California ASIC Technical Services Inc. California ASIC received $2.7 million in common stock of JMAR Industries Inc., which plans to operate the Irvine company as a division. JMAR, which develops and manufactures systems to improve productivity for the microelectronics and medical industries, also agreed to loan $1.
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BUSINESS
February 13, 1996
JMAR Industries Inc. said it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Irvine-based California ASIC Technical Services Inc. for about $2.82 million in stock. California ASIC is a manufacturer of semiconductor chips for the electronics industry and has had annual sales of less than $1 million in recent years, officials said. JMAR, based in San Diego, which makes testing equipment used by semiconductor manufacturers, had sales of $9.25 million through the first three quarters of 1995. John S.
BUSINESS
February 13, 1996
JMAR Industries Inc. said it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Irvine-based California ASIC Technical Services Inc. for about $2.82 million in stock. California ASIC is a manufacturer of semiconductor chips for the electronics industry and has had annual sales of less than $1 million in recent years, officials said. JMAR, based in San Diego, which makes testing equipment used by semiconductor manufacturers, had sales of $9.25 million through the first three quarters of 1995. John S.
BUSINESS
May 7, 1996
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