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September 26, 1989 | PATRICE APODACA, Times Staff Writer
Quentin Thomas Wiles used to be known as "Dr. Fix-It" because of his successful rescues of sick high-technology companies. The Sherman Oaks resident was roving trouble-shooter for the San Francisco investment firm Hambrecht & Quist, which made a reputation for investing in near-bankrupt or start-up high-tech firms. In 1985 he was sent in to turn things around at MiniScribe, a Longmont, Colo., maker of disk drives that store and retrieve data for computers.
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September 26, 1989 | PATRICE APODACA, Times Staff Writer
Quentin Thomas Wiles used to be known as "Dr. Fix-It" because of his successful rescues of sick high-technology companies. The Sherman Oaks resident was roving trouble-shooter for the San Francisco investment firm Hambrecht & Quist, which made a reputation for investing in near-bankrupt or start-up high-tech firms. In 1985 he was sent in to turn things around at MiniScribe, a Longmont, Colo., maker of disk drives that store and retrieve data for computers.
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BUSINESS
June 9, 1992
Quentin Thomas Wiles, a Sherman Oaks resident once renowned for returning sick companies to health, has reached a formal settlement of litigation involving MiniScribe Corp., a defunct Longmont, Colo., disk-drive maker whose former management has been accused of fraud.
BUSINESS
September 26, 1989 | PATRICE APODACA, Times Staff Writer
Quentin Thomas Wiles used to be known as "Dr. Fix-It" because of his successful rescues of sick high-tech companies. Wiles was roving trouble-shooter for the San Francisco investment and venture capital firm Hambrecht & Quist, which made a reputation for investing in near-bankrupt or start-up high-technology firms. In 1985 he was sent in to turn things around at MiniScribe, a Longmont, Colo., computer disk drive maker.
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