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September 14, 1995 | BARBARA MARSH
Urohealth Systems Inc., which has been on an acquisition spree, is beefing up its management team. Officials of the Costa Mesa maker of urological products said Wednesday that Julian Osbon, the chairman and chief executive of Osbon Medical Systems, will become Urohealth's president and chief operating officer and a director when Urohealth's recently announced purchase of Atlanta-based Osbon is completed.
BUSINESS
October 1, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Costa Mesa Acquisition: A Texas operator of telephone services said it has agreed to acquire a Costa Mesa company for an undisclosed price and, at the same time, has ended negotiations to acquire another Orange County firm. SelecTel Corp. in Costa Mesa, which manages and maintains telephone services for the U.S. military and corporate customers, would become a subsidiary of Value-Added Communications Inc. in Dallas under a tentative agreement.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1995 | BARBARA MARSH
Urohealth Systems Inc., which has been on an acquisition spree, is beefing up its management team. Officials of the Costa Mesa maker of urological products said Wednesday that Julian Osbon, the chairman and chief executive of Osbon Medical Systems, will become Urohealth's president and chief operating officer and a director when Urohealth's recently announced purchase of Atlanta-based Osbon is completed.
BUSINESS
December 21, 1995
Xecom Corp. said Wednesday it has acquired Select Switch Systems Inc., a Dallas-based telecommunications company, through an exchange of stock. Details were not disclosed. Select Switch provides a variety of telecommunication services to college and university campuses. Xecom Corp., through its wholly owned subsidiary SelecTel Corp. of Costa Mesa, provides telecommunication systems data and network services.
BUSINESS
October 25, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS
SelecTel Corp., a privately held telecommunications company, is planning to enter the markets through a public company it acquired recently. This week, shareholders of the public company, Vintage Properties Inc., which essentially had become a shell corporation, took a number of steps to carry out the plan. Shareholders changed the company's name to Xecom Inc., increased the common stock to 100 million shares, and approved the issuance of 50 million shares of preferred stock.
BUSINESS
October 1, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Costa Mesa Acquisition: A Texas operator of telephone services said it has agreed to acquire a Costa Mesa company for an undisclosed price and, at the same time, has ended negotiations to acquire another Orange County firm. SelecTel Corp. in Costa Mesa, which manages and maintains telephone services for the U.S. military and corporate customers, would become a subsidiary of Value-Added Communications Inc. in Dallas under a tentative agreement.
BUSINESS
December 5, 1994
American Telephone & Data Inc. reported that it has completed a program to cancel 16 million shares of restricted stock issued in connection with its acquisition of two wholly owned subsidiaries in 1993. The Newport Beach holding company said the action was being taken to clean up the company's balance sheet in preparation for being listed on the American Stock Exchange. The cancellation would have no direct effect on the 7.
BUSINESS
June 25, 1995
* Richard E. Floegel has been named president and chief operating officer of Comparator Systems Corp., a Newport Beach government and industry security systems company. He was formerly co-founder and vice president of operations for Adaptive Information Systems, a Hitachi Group company. * Frank G. Shellock has been appointed director of research and technology advancement for American Health Services Corp., a Newport Beach developer and operator of diagnostic treatment centers.
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