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October 25, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Rockwell International Corp.'s aviation unit agreed to buy the parent of Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corp. for $300 million, only a day after General Electric Co. said it will buy Rockwell rival Honeywell International Inc. Rockwell Collins signed a definitive agreement to buy Foster City, Calif.-based K Systems Inc., the holding company for Kaiser Aerospace, a maker of display products for fighter aircraft and related products for the defense industry, the Milwaukee-based Rockwell said.
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October 25, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Rockwell International Corp.'s aviation unit agreed to buy the parent of Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corp. for $300 million, only a day after General Electric Co. said it will buy Rockwell rival Honeywell International Inc. Rockwell Collins signed a definitive agreement to buy Foster City, Calif.-based K Systems Inc., the holding company for Kaiser Aerospace, a maker of display products for fighter aircraft and related products for the defense industry, the Milwaukee-based Rockwell said.
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June 20, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Odetics Inc. said Tuesday that it has purchased two small companies to complement several of its existing businesses. Odetics acquired K-Systems Inc., a maker of timing products for the defense, electronics and aerospace industries with five employees in El Paso, Tex. It also purchased Infodetics Corp., a document management and control company with 32 employees in Anaheim, said Joel Slutzky, Odetics chairman and chief executive.
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June 20, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Odetics Inc. said Tuesday that it has purchased two small companies to complement several of its existing businesses. Odetics acquired K-Systems Inc., a maker of timing products for the defense, electronics and aerospace industries with five employees in El Paso, Tex. It also purchased Infodetics Corp., a document management and control company with 32 employees in Anaheim, said Joel Slutzky, Odetics chairman and chief executive.
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