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May 20, 1998
Legacy Software Inc. and BTI Medical Inc., a Costa Mesa publisher of interactive software for medical diagnosis, education and entertainment, have terminated merger negotiations. Legacy, a Los Angeles developer of interactive consumer CD-ROMS, had agreed to acquire BTI in March. The companies said Tuesday they will work together to raise funding for private placements and for two limited liability companies to develop Emergency Room Deluxe and D.A. Pursuit of Justice software.
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May 20, 1998
Legacy Software Inc. and BTI Medical Inc., a Costa Mesa publisher of interactive software for medical diagnosis, education and entertainment, have terminated merger negotiations. Legacy, a Los Angeles developer of interactive consumer CD-ROMS, had agreed to acquire BTI in March. The companies said Tuesday they will work together to raise funding for private placements and for two limited liability companies to develop Emergency Room Deluxe and D.A. Pursuit of Justice software.
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March 27, 1998 | Dow Jones
BTI Medical Inc., a publisher of interactive software for medical diagnosis, education and entertainment, said Thursday it agreed to be acquired by Legacy Software Inc. of Los Angeles in a stock swap. Financial terms weren't disclosed. The companies said they formed two limited liability corporations to begin development of Emergency Room Deluxe and D.A. Pursuit of Justice software.
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December 14, 1999 | BARBARA MURPHY
Pacific Softworks in Newbury Park has reorganized its top management team as it tries to enhance the company's position in the rapidly growing market for Internet technology. The board of directors has appointed William E. Sliney, formerly its chief financial officer, as president and chief operating officer. With Sliney assuming operating responsibility for Pacific, board Chairman Glenn Russell will focus on the company's strategic interests, officials said.
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August 20, 1997 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dozens of FBI agents Tuesday raided JB Oxford & Co., the Beverly Hills discount brokerage firm associated with convicted stock swindler Irving Kott. The raid signals a wide-ranging probe by federal agents into the operations of the brokerage and Kott, a consultant to Oxford who has had run-ins with securities regulators in the past, sources said. The Securities and Exchange Commission is working with the FBI in the investigation, which includes some ventures related to Kott, sources said.
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