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November 21, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
American Wireless Systems Inc., which closed its office here last month and laid off 100 people, has opened an office in Phoenix and has about 30 employees there, the company confirmed Friday. Jeffrey D. Howes, president of the controversial company that is seeking to build so-called wireless cable-TV networks, said the firm has a research office in the Arizona city. Howes said that the company has also signed a tentative agreement to go public through a reverse acquisition.
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November 21, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
American Wireless Systems Inc., which closed its office here last month and laid off 100 people, has opened an office in Phoenix and has about 30 employees there, the company confirmed Friday. Jeffrey D. Howes, president of the controversial company that is seeking to build so-called wireless cable-TV networks, said the firm has a research office in the Arizona city. Howes said that the company has also signed a tentative agreement to go public through a reverse acquisition.
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January 24, 1990 | TIMOTHY H. WILLARD, TIMOTHY H. WILLARD is managing editor of the Futurist, a publication of the World Future Society in Bethesda, Md
Business travel is expected to increase rapidly during the 1990s. Futurist Marvin Cetron expects the principal reasons to be population growth and the integration of a global economy. Most business travel will continue to be done by airplane, with passenger counts growing from 380 million in 1985 to almost 800 million by the end of this decade. To cope with demand, airplanes that can carry as many as 1,000 passengers may be used by 2002.
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