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December 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Law Printing Co. Inc., an Oxnard producer of business forms that are widely used by auto dealers, has agreed to be acquired by Reynolds and Reynolds Co., a Dayton, Ohio, supplier of business forms and computer systems. Law, which has 125 employees and annual sales of $11 million, will become a wholly owned unit of Reynolds, said the Oxnard firm's president, Vincent Sisilli. He said Law markets sales contracts and other forms to auto retailers nationwide, mainly in the West.
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June 21, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Reynolds & Reynolds Co., an information manager for auto dealers, agreed to sell its business-forms printing and customer-service consulting unit to buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc. for $360 million in cash. Reynolds & Reynolds said in April that it planned to sell or spin off the Information Solutions Group as part of its effort to focus on the automotive industry and on Internet systems for those clients.
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February 11, 1999 | Jonathan Gaw
Irvine-based General Automation Inc. said Wednesday that one of its subsidiaries will provide database tools to Reynolds & Reynolds Co. in a deal worth more than $5 million over the next two years. General Automation, which has struggled over the last year, said database access systems from its Liberty Integration Software subsidiary will be integrated into the information management systems that Reynolds sells to automobile dealers.
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February 11, 1999 | Jonathan Gaw
Irvine-based General Automation Inc. said Wednesday that one of its subsidiaries will provide database tools to Reynolds & Reynolds Co. in a deal worth more than $5 million over the next two years. General Automation, which has struggled over the last year, said database access systems from its Liberty Integration Software subsidiary will be integrated into the information management systems that Reynolds sells to automobile dealers.
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June 21, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Reynolds & Reynolds Co., an information manager for auto dealers, agreed to sell its business-forms printing and customer-service consulting unit to buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc. for $360 million in cash. Reynolds & Reynolds said in April that it planned to sell or spin off the Information Solutions Group as part of its effort to focus on the automotive industry and on Internet systems for those clients.
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December 14, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Law Printing Co. Inc., an Oxnard producer of business forms that are widely used by auto dealers, has agreed to be acquired by Reynolds and Reynolds Co., a Dayton, Ohio, supplier of business forms and computer systems. Law, which has 125 employees and annual sales of $11 million, will become a wholly owned unit of Reynolds, said the Oxnard firm's president, Vincent Sisilli. He said Law markets sales contracts and other forms to auto retailers nationwide, mainly in the West.
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