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June 11, 1990 | From United Press International
Rockwell Sued by Former Executive: A suit was filed Thursday against Rockwell International Corp. by the former president of its Advanced Systems for Strategic Defense & Technology division. The Los Angeles Superior Court case, filed by Seymour Z. Rubenstein, claims that he was fired in 1989 because of discrimination based on a physical handicap.
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June 11, 1990 | From United Press International
Rockwell Sued by Former Executive: A suit was filed Thursday against Rockwell International Corp. by the former president of its Advanced Systems for Strategic Defense & Technology division. The Los Angeles Superior Court case, filed by Seymour Z. Rubenstein, claims that he was fired in 1989 because of discrimination based on a physical handicap.
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January 25, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seymour Rubenstein, a veteran Rockwell executive who formerly headed the firm's huge space shuttle and space station operations, has been named chief operating officer at Quality Systems Inc., a small computer software company in Tustin. Rubenstein, 51, said that he had "a good association with Rockwell" and that he left the company in December to pursue the opportunity with Quality Systems.
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January 25, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seymour Rubenstein, a veteran Rockwell executive who formerly headed the firm's huge space shuttle and space station operations, has been named chief operating officer at Quality Systems Inc., a small computer software company in Tustin. Rubenstein, 51, said that he had "a good association with Rockwell" and that he left the company in December to pursue the opportunity with Quality Systems.
BUSINESS
August 20, 1990
Seymour Z. Rubenstein has been appointed president of Quality Systems Inc., a Tustin-based provider of computerized management systems to the health care industry. He succeeds Sheldon Razin, the company's founder, chairman and chief executive, who will remain in an overall leadership position at the company. Since joining the company in January, Rubenstein has served as the company's chief operating officer.
BUSINESS
December 13, 1988
Robert G. Minor has been named president of the space transportation systems division of Rockwell International, El Segundo. Seymour Z. Rubenstein has been appointed president-advanced systems, within the strategic defense technology business segment. Minor previously was president of Rockwell Shuttle Operations Co., a unit of the space transportation systems division. Rubenstein previously was president-space transportation systems division and president-space station systems division.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1993
Seymour Z. Rubenstein has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president for manned space projects at McDonnell Douglas Aerospace in Huntington Beach. He will focus on McDonnell Douglas' Space Station Freedom activities and will be responsible for space station operations at Huntington Beach, Houston and Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Rubenstein has been president of Systems Resources Solutions Inc.
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October 6, 1988 | NIESON HIMMEL, Times Staff Writer
While workers this week prepared the space shuttle Discovery for its scheduled piggy-back trip back to Florida on a jumbo-jet, Rockwell International employees were bonding tiles, bending metal and other assembly work on OV-105, the fifth space shuttle set for launch in February, 1992. OV-105 has not received a name like the other shuttles. That name will be selected in a contest among the nation's schoolchildren. "The name must have three syllables and have a nautical theme.
BUSINESS
July 6, 1998 | LAWRENCE J. MAGID
This week marks my 15th anniversary as a columnist with The Times. My first column, in July 1983 under the headline "Learn Buzzwords Before Shopping," warned readers that "salespeople, anxious to impress you, are likely to toss around high-tech jargon while dazzling you with their gizmos and gadgets. If you're like many people, you'll walk away more confused than ever." That certainly hasn't changed, as the enormous market for "Dummies" books proves.
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December 2, 1987 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
The makeshift cardboard sign inside Chili's Grill & Bar in Huntington Beach said it all: "Space Station Victory Party!" By midafternoon Tuesday, the sign was nearly covered with autographs and messages such as "We're No. 1" and "Cheers!" scribbled by employees of McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co. Scores of workers crowded into Chili's to celebrate the news that a multicompany team led by McDonnell Douglas had been selected by NASA to build a major portion of the first permanent U.S.
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November 15, 1987 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
It's a high-stakes contest involving many of America's aerospace and electronics elite, with billions of dollars in prize money to be awarded in the weeks ahead. The winners will get the right to build a fragile-looking structure the length of a football field that will serve as America's first permanent outpost in space and a possible launching pad for exploratory missions to the moon and Mars. Assembly of the space station isn't scheduled to begin until 1994.
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