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June 23, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Concern for the safety of its employees has prompted a company based in inner-city Los Angeles to decide to move to Ventura County, marking one of the first such relocations in the wake of the recent Los Angeles riots. The Robert M. Hadley Co., a 63-year-old concern that produces transformers and other items for the aerospace industry, has offered its 120 employees in South-Central Los Angeles a chance to transfer from the firm's main plant to a branch facility in Ventura, said John R.
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June 23, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Concern for the safety of its employees has prompted a company based in inner-city Los Angeles to decide to move to Ventura County, marking one of the first such relocations in the wake of the recent Los Angeles riots. The Robert M. Hadley Co., a 63-year-old concern that produces transformers and other items for the aerospace industry, has offered its 120 employees in South-Central Los Angeles a chance to transfer from the firm's main plant to a branch facility in Ventura, said John R.
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August 31, 1993 | Jack Searles
The Robert M. Hadley Co., a South-Central Los Angeles electronics firm that has been planning to relocate to Ventura since last year's riots, will finally make the move sometime this fall, with the first group of transferred employees due to arrive about Labor Day. The company is a 64-year-old concern with 90 employees and $5 million in annual sales.
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September 13, 1992 | DARYL KELLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Choi, 52, marks the beginning of his new life by the second day of the Los Angeles riots, which forced him to flee his Compton grocery store, then stand helplessly as strangers burned it to the ground. He had built a profitable business over 17 years, but could only watch as his store and $600,000 in uninsured merchandise disappeared in smoke and flame. "Now I start over. I'm going to try again right here," he said last week in front of the Oxnard liquor store he is buying.
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