March 6, 1992 |
Outspoken aerospace executive Ron Cedillos said Thursday that he will seek to acquire another aerospace firm after his Long Beach firm burned down earlier this week. A fire on Wednesday gutted Cedillos Testing Co., a small aerospace firm in north Long Beach owned by the Republican fund-raiser and industry activist. Cedillos said he has retained two small investment banking firms to aid him in his search for an acquisition.
May 28, 1991 |
When the titans of California aerospace sit down with Gov. Pete Wilson today to discuss why they are pulling their plants and jobs out of California, they will be joined by a subcontractor many of them have never met. Along with such industry leaders as Lockheed Chairman Dan Tellep and Northrop Chairman Kent Kresa will be Cedillos Testing Co. President Ron Cedillos.
July 30, 1991 |
Californians for Aerospace Leadership, a newly formed coalition of business, social-service and academic groups that is seeking to slow the exodus of defense contractors from Southern California, is concerned that Loral Aeronutronic in Newport Beach may move its missile plant out of the region. Last week, the Aeronutronic division's top executive acknowledged that the company was considering moving the plant from Newport Beach and possibly out of the county.
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January 27, 1996 |
It wasn't that plucky 9-year-old Kevin Kee wanted to take on a $17-million ice pop company. He just wanted to save his favorite flavor from the Big Freezer in the sky. National Pax Corp., the makers of Otter Pops ice pops, had decided to drop Sir Isaac Lime for a new flavor, Scarlett O'Cherry. Each of the Otter Pops flavors is named for a character, whose picture appears on the wrapper.
October 5, 1986 |
The Boy Scout credo "Be Prepared" may evoke rustic images of campfires and canteens, but the group's Los Angeles chapter has discovered that in today's world of multimillion-dollar fund-raising campaigns, being prepared means knowing groups like the Golden Eagles. In little more than a year, the Golden Eagles, a new business and charitable networking program, has raised about $75,000 for the 56,000 Scouts active in the Los Angeles Council of the Boy Scouts of America.