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May 8, 1991 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In another sign of the weakening aerospace and defense business, Parker Bertea Aerospace said Tuesday that it will lay off 240 employees at the end of this week. About 200 of the layoffs will be in Irvine, and 40 jobs will be cut at the company's facility in Ogden, Utah. With its second layoff this year, Parker Bertea joins other county defense and aerospace firms--including Hughes Aircraft Co., Rockwell International Corp., Interstate Electronics Corp. and McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co.
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May 8, 1991 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In another sign of the weakening aerospace and defense business, Parker Bertea Aerospace said Tuesday that it will lay off 240 employees at the end of this week. About 200 of the layoffs will be in Irvine, and 40 jobs will be cut at the company's facility in Ogden, Utah. With its second layoff this year, Parker Bertea joins other county defense and aerospace firms--including Hughes Aircraft Co., Rockwell International Corp., Interstate Electronics Corp. and McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co.
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December 17, 1985 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
U.S. Steel said Monday that it will form a joint venture with a South Korean steel company to modernize its Pittsburg, Calif., steel plant, which will help save 1,100 jobs in California but jeopardize 2,400 others in Utah. The nation's largest steel producer and Pohang Iron & Steel of South Korea will jointly own and operate the finishing mill, located in the east San Francisco Bay area.
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December 17, 1985 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
U.S. Steel said Monday that it will form a joint venture with a South Korean steel company to modernize its Pittsburg, Calif., steel plant, which will help save 1,100 jobs in California but jeopardize 2,400 others in Utah. The nation's largest steel producer and Pohang Iron & Steel of South Korea will jointly own and operate the finishing mill, located in the east San Francisco Bay area.
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July 4, 2008 | Tiffany Hsu, Times Staff Writer
As Pro-Temp Inc. grapples with its slowest period in eight years, co-owner Cal Van Hemert has started snipping away at expenses at the heating, cooling and refrigeration service company in Holland, Mich. He replaced the company's formal holiday dinner with a pizza lunch, restructured to get more people into the profitable sales department and is debating whether to trim benefits for his 14 employees. But Van Hemert is keeping layoffs out of his cost-cutting equation.
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