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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1986 | John Needham \f7
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved the concept of joint public-private development of a 4.2-acre site of county property southwest of John Wayne Airport in an effort to generate more income for the county. The property, which has been rented for a nominal fee to a private firewood-sales company for years, could wind up as the site of an office complex or commercial center, according to a report from the board's Real Estate Advisory Group.
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NEWS
April 8, 1989 | ART PINE and JIM MANN, Times Staff Writers
The Bush Administration and the Japanese government have agreed in principle on a compromise in their dispute over the proposed joint development of an advanced FSX fighter plane and hope to have details ironed out early next week, U.S. officials said Friday. The terms, which strategists say have been approved generally by President Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Noboru Takeshita, include agreement for U.S.
BUSINESS
June 13, 1985
Stouffer Hotel and Daon Corp. said they plan to develop a $65-million, 400-room luxury resort in Indian Wells, Calif. Construction is expected to start late this year, with completion scheduled for the fall of 1987. Stouffer will operate the resort located on State Highway 111 about 13 miles southeast of Palm Springs on land owned by the two companies. The development will be named Stouffer Indian Wells Resort.
BUSINESS
April 12, 1985 | DJ
Cambridge Bioscience said it completed a joint development agreement with American Hospital Supply to jointly develop Cambridge Bioscience's urinary tract diagnostic system.
BUSINESS
October 11, 2002 | Reuters
AUTOMOBILES * General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. said they would join forces in an unprecedented alliance to develop a new six-speed transmission, saving millions of dollars in costs. GM already sells some truck transmissions to Ford for use in its medium-duty pickup trucks, and the world's two largest automakers have cooperated in other areas before. But they never have co-developed key vehicle parts. Such cooperation is more common across borders between the U.S.
REAL ESTATE
May 5, 1985
"Utilizing the Wealth in California's Public Real Estate--Can Joint Development Projects Help to Offset Federal Budget Cuts?" is the topic of a conference planned for Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. by UCLA Extension's Public Policy Program and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy at the UCLA Faculty Center.
BUSINESS
May 5, 2005 | Meg James
Tribune Co. and Sony Corp.'s Sony Pictures Television said they had formed a partnership to develop and produce syndicated shows for Tribune's 26 television stations, including KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles. The agreement provides an outlet for shows produced by Culver City-based Sony Television, the last major TV studio not affiliated with a broadcast network. Tribune agreed to air at least one daytime series the companies would develop, beginning in fall 2006.
BUSINESS
October 6, 2004 | From Reuters
Intel Corp. and Nokia Corp. will jointly develop "smart" phones that run on the Symbian operating system, the two tech giants said, unveiling their first major cooperative effort in cellphones. Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel, the world's biggest chip maker, is seeking a major foothold in the cellphone market, and the deal with Finnish firm Nokia, the world's largest mobile-phone maker, could put pressure on top makers of mobile-phone chips such as Texas Instruments Inc. and STMicroelectronics.
BUSINESS
October 29, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
ACT Networks and California Microwave Satellite Transmission Systems Division (CM-STS) have announced an agreement to jointly develop a satellite network system. Under the terms of the agreement, the new system will be based on technology from ACT's SkyFrame product and CM-STS' Flex Frame Network DAMA-Overlay. The resultant product will be marketed by both parties. "This agreement allows CM-STS to bring a new and fully featured product to market quickly," said Brian Maloney, president of CM-STS.
BUSINESS
January 25, 1985
The customized computer and communications systems that will be developed by New York-based AT&T and Dallas-based Electronic Data Systems will be marketed primarily to business and government customers, the two companies said. The agreement combines AT&T's product line and large sales force with Electronic Data Systems' expertise in software and systems integration. Terms were not disclosed.
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