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March 17, 1998 | From Reuters
Hasbro Inc. expanded its offerings of video games, acquiring more than 75 Atari properties--including the classics Centipede, Missile Command, Pong, Breakout and Tempest--from San Jose-based JTS Corp. The purchase price was not disclosed. The toy maker's Hasbro Interactive unit said it will produce the games for use on personal computers and the Sony PlayStation video game console.
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March 17, 1998 | From Reuters
Hasbro Inc. expanded its offerings of video games, acquiring more than 75 Atari properties--including the classics Centipede, Missile Command, Pong, Breakout and Tempest--from San Jose-based JTS Corp. The purchase price was not disclosed. The toy maker's Hasbro Interactive unit said it will produce the games for use on personal computers and the Sony PlayStation video game console.
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BUSINESS
December 10, 1997
* Michael R. Orton has been appointed executive vice president of American Custon Components in Anheim. He was formerly at IBM, Micropolis, JTS corp. and Laser Magnetic Storage International. * Christine Finney has joined Australia-New Zealand Direct Line in Santa Ana as an account executive. She had been a sales representative for DSR-Senator Agency for 10 years. * Russell A. Hertzberg has been appointed vice president of marketing for Scantron Corp.
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October 26, 1997
* Tom Hazen has been named executive vice president of operations for Premier Laser Systems, an Irvine maker of medical lasers, fiber-optic delivery systems and associated products for the medical and dental industries. In his new position, he will direct development, manufacturing, quality assurance, regulatory affairs, human resources and administrative operations. Hazen had been vice president of operations for Imagyn Medical Inc. in Laguna Niguel. * James H.
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