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December 28, 1988 | RUTH MARCUS, The Washington Post
A top civilian official of the Air Force, Victor D. Cohen, "used his official position" to help consultant William M. Galvin and his defense contractor clients in exchange for "payments and other gratuities" for at least six years, according to documents released Tuesday in the Pentagon procurement scandal. An affidavit ordered unsealed Tuesday by a federal magistrate in Hyattsville, Md.
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August 4, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Loral Corp., a New York-based defense-electronics company, said Friday that it has signed a definitive agreement to buy Newport Beach-based Ford Aerospace Corp. for $715 million in cash. The purchase price is lower than industry analysts expected when Ford Motor Co. put the defense and communications subsidiary up for sale in January. But industry sources said that Loral's actual cost could be nearly $900 million if debt and other liabilities are included.
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August 4, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Loral Corp., a New York-based defense-electronics company, said Friday that it has signed a definitive agreement to buy Newport Beach-based Ford Aerospace Corp. for $715 million in cash. The purchase price is lower than industry analysts expected when Ford Motor Co. put the defense and communications subsidiary up for sale in January. But industry sources said that Loral's actual cost could be nearly $900 million if debt and other liabilities are included.
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December 28, 1988 | RUTH MARCUS, The Washington Post
A top civilian official of the Air Force, Victor D. Cohen, "used his official position" to help consultant William M. Galvin and his defense contractor clients in exchange for "payments and other gratuities" for at least six years, according to documents released Tuesday in the Pentagon procurement scandal. An affidavit ordered unsealed Tuesday by a federal magistrate in Hyattsville, Md.
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December 28, 1988 | From the Washington Post
A top civilian official of the Air Force, Victor D. Cohen, "used his official position" to help consultant William Galvin and his defense contractor clients--including San Diego-based Cubic Corp.--in exchange for "payments and other gratuities" for at least six years, according to documents released Tuesday in the Pentagon procurement scandal. An affidavit ordered unsealed Tuesday by a federal magistrate in Hyattsville, Md.
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