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October 15, 1995
Robert M. Kuhn has been appointed president of Rockwell Graphic Systems, a unit of Seal Beach-based Rockwell International Corp. He succeeds Robert L. Swift, who will retire at the end of the year. Kuhn had previously been president of Hamilton Standard, a United Technologies Corp., for six years. He has also been chief financial officer and member of the board of directors of Armtek Corp.
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February 27, 1996 | JOHN O'DELL
Rockwell International Corp. said Monday its anti-dumping allegations against several foreign manufacturers of heavy newspaper printing presses have been upheld in a preliminary ruling by the U.S. Commerce Department. So-called dumping duties, or extra import fees, ranging from 17.7% to 58.2% of the manufacturers' retail prices, will be levied on newspaper presses exported to the United States by two Japanese and two German press makers.
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BUSINESS
October 15, 1995
Robert M. Kuhn has been appointed president of Rockwell Graphic Systems, a unit of Seal Beach-based Rockwell International Corp. He succeeds Robert L. Swift, who will retire at the end of the year. Kuhn had previously been president of Hamilton Standard, a United Technologies Corp., for six years. He has also been chief financial officer and member of the board of directors of Armtek Corp.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1993
Rockwell Graphic Systems, a division of Rockwell International Corp., has won a final judgment and injunction against DEV Industries in a trade-secrets lawsuit. The injunction follows a December federal court decision awarding Rockwell $2.67 million in damages from Bensenville, Ill.-based DEV and Robert J. Fleck, a former employee of Rockwell. The jury found DEV and Fleck guilty of stealing engineering drawings and trade secrets from Rockwell.
BUSINESS
February 27, 1996 | JOHN O'DELL
Rockwell International Corp. said Monday its anti-dumping allegations against several foreign manufacturers of heavy newspaper printing presses have been upheld in a preliminary ruling by the U.S. Commerce Department. So-called dumping duties, or extra import fees, ranging from 17.7% to 58.2% of the manufacturers' retail prices, will be levied on newspaper presses exported to the United States by two Japanese and two German press makers.
BUSINESS
January 21, 1994
Rockwell International Corp., the $11-billion diversified technology giant, said Thursday that it has formed a joint venture to produce printing-press equipment in the People's Republic of China. Rockwell's Graphic Systems business in Westmont, Ill., will team up with the Shanghai Printing and Packaging Machinery Corp. in Shanghai. Rockwell, based in Seal Beach, has licensed its printing technology to a subsidiary of the Chinese company since 1984.
BUSINESS
October 16, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sanwa Bank California has appointed Romolo C. Santarosa to the position of vice president and controller. Santarosa, 39, will be responsible for the bank's accounting policies and operations in addition to overseeing all financial reporting practices. He will be based at the bank's Los Angeles headquarters. Previously, Santarosa served as corporate controller for Shawmut National Corp., parent company for New England-based Shawmut Bank. * Tenet Healthcare Corp. has appointed Michael H.
BUSINESS
October 16, 1996
Rockwell International Corp. said Tuesday it has completed the previously announced sale of its Graphic Systems subsidiary to a New York-based investment firm and the subsidiary's managers for about $600 million. The Stonington Partners investment firm and Graphics Systems management will operate the unit under a newly formed company called Goss Graphic Systems Inc., Rockwell said.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1993
Rockwell Graphic Systems, a division of Rockwell International Corp., has won a final judgment and injunction against DEV Industries in a trade-secrets lawsuit. The injunction follows a December federal court decision awarding Rockwell $2.67 million in damages from Bensenville, Ill.-based DEV and Robert J. Fleck, a former employee of Rockwell. The jury found DEV and Fleck guilty of stealing engineering drawings and trade secrets from Rockwell.
BUSINESS
May 15, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To stimulate its business in Eastern Europe, Rockwell International Corp. said Thursday that it will establish a corporate office in Moscow. The office in the Commonwealth of Independent States, formerly the Soviet Union, will serve as a liaison between the diversified technology company's various business units and its customers.
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May 1, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As part of an ongoing effort to shed its stodgier business units, Rockwell International Corp. said Tuesday it has signed an agreement to sell its Illinois-based Graphic Systems business, which makes newspaper and commercial printing presses. Under the agreement, Graphic Systems will be sold for about $600 million in cash to a new corporation formed by the New York investment firm Stonington Partners, Rockwell officials said.
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