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August 22, 1996 | From Washington Post
The International Trade Commission ruled Wednesday that Japanese and German manufacturers violated trade laws when they sold large printing presses to U.S. publishers at below-market prices. The 5-0 decision is a victory for Rockwell Graphics Systems Inc. of Westmont, Ill.--the only remaining manufacturer of large printing presses in the United States--which argued in a suit filed last year that the foreign presses were being dumped on the U.S. market.
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August 22, 1996 | From Washington Post
The International Trade Commission ruled Wednesday that Japanese and German manufacturers violated trade laws when they sold large printing presses to U.S. publishers at below-market prices. The 5-0 decision is a victory for Rockwell Graphics Systems Inc. of Westmont, Ill.--the only remaining manufacturer of large printing presses in the United States--which argued in a suit filed last year that the foreign presses were being dumped on the U.S. market.
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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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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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July 17, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Philip Morris Cos. said Tuesday that its earnings climbed 15% in the second quarter, led by strong profit gains from its industry-leading tobacco business. The maker of Marlboro cigarettes said profits rose from its food business, which has brands like Kraft, Oscar Mayer and Maxwell House. But income slipped at its Miller Brewing business. Overall, Philip Morris earned $1.62 billion, or $1.97 a share, compared with $1.41 billion, or $1.67 a share, a year ago, matching Wall Street estimates.
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