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July 25, 1990
Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, has named John M. Leonis a senior vice president and Larry A. Frame a vice president.
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BUSINESS
July 25, 1990
Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, has named John M. Leonis a senior vice president and Larry A. Frame a vice president.
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BUSINESS
February 7, 1988
Litton division presidents John M. Leonis, Thomas J. McGuigan and Allen E. Powers have been elected corporate vice presidents. Leonis is president of Litton's guidance and control systems division, Woodland Hills. McGuigan is head of Litton Systems Canada Ltd., Ontario. Powers is in charge of Litton's data systems division, Van Nuys. All three divisions are units of Litton's advanced electronic systems group. Litton Industries is based in Beverly Hills.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Litton Industries to Buy Sperry Marine: Litton, a Woodland Hills-based defense electronics concern, said it agreed to acquire the company in a transaction valued at $160 million. Sperry Marine, located in Charlottesville, Va., makes electronic navigation and guidance systems for ships and planes; it had 1995 sales of about $145 million. Litton said it will issue about 2 million shares of its stock to Sperry Marine's owner--an investor group led by former Navy Secretary John F.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Litton Names New Chief Operating Officer: Michael R. Brown was also named executive vice president and a director of Litton Industries Inc., a defense electronics and Navy shipbuilding concern based in Woodland Hills. Brown, 54, had been group executive for Litton's electronic warfare systems unit. Litton also said its president and chief executive, John M. Leonis, will be elected chairman. Leonis, 61, will succeed Alton J.
BUSINESS
September 12, 1995
Litton Industries Inc., the Woodland Hills defense and electronics concern, reported fourth-quarter and full-year profits following year-earlier losses. In its fiscal fourth quarter ended July 31, Litton earned $38.7 million, compared to a loss of $59 million a year before. Its revenue grew 16%, to $975.1 million from $843.9 million. Litton's fiscal 1995 net income totaled $135 million, while its revenue for the year shrank 4%, to $3.32 billion. In the previous year, the company lost $152.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1986 | ALAN GOLDSTEIN
Litton Industries named Alton J. Brann to head its Navigation, Guidance & Control Systems group in Woodland Hills. Brann, 44, was previously president of Litton's Guidance & Control Systems division, also in Woodland Hills. The division is a level below the Navigation, Guidance & Control Systems group in Litton's corporate structure. In his new position, Brann replaces Roland O. Peterson, 53, who has moved to another group executive post at Litton's Industrial Products group in Beverly Hills.
BUSINESS
March 21, 1998
* Cohr Inc. said Securities and Exchange Commission officials questioned executives about the hospital equipment-servicing and group-purchasing company, including its plans to find a buyer. Earlier in the week, the Chatsworth-based company reported net income for the year to March 31, 1997, of 42 cents a share, less than half the 88 cents it reported in May 1997. The company had warned of the revision in February. * Pan Am Corp.
BUSINESS
March 2, 1995 | From Associated Press
Litton Industries Inc. on Wednesday reported a profit of $28.6 million, or 60 cents a share, for its fiscal second quarter, citing lower interest costs and higher margins during the period. The results contrast with a loss of $151.3 million, or $3.32 a share, a year earlier, due primarily to costs associated with spinning off non-defense businesses into a separate company. Woodland Hills-based Litton builds electronics systems, defense systems and warships.
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