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November 5, 1991
E. N. Phillips Co., a troubled Woodland Hills company, is no longer in negotiations to acquire Sierra Tech, a North Hollywood aircraft parts manufacturer. E. N. Phillips Chairman Hal B. Phillips said only that the proposed purchase "didn't meet the requirements that we had established . . . for the benefit of our shareholders. It was a thing that didn't fly." However, Sierra Tech Vice President Charles Platt said his company pulled out of the negotiations because of concerns about E .N.
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BUSINESS
November 5, 1991
E. N. Phillips Co., a troubled Woodland Hills company, is no longer in negotiations to acquire Sierra Tech, a North Hollywood aircraft parts manufacturer. E. N. Phillips Chairman Hal B. Phillips said only that the proposed purchase "didn't meet the requirements that we had established . . . for the benefit of our shareholders. It was a thing that didn't fly." However, Sierra Tech Vice President Charles Platt said his company pulled out of the negotiations because of concerns about E .N.
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BUSINESS
October 15, 1991
E.N. Phillips Co. in Woodland Hills said it has closed all but one of its "Testing 1-2-3" health-screening centers because of cost-cutting by the centers' sponsoring hospitals. The struggling company, which last December managed nine shopping mall screening centers, said it is exploring other growth opportunities.
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February 18, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
Rambus Inc., a designer of high-speed memory chips, won a ruling from a Federal Trade Commission judge Tuesday that may help it reap as much as $3 billion a year from semiconductor makers. The agency's chief administrative law judge rejected government allegations that Rambus violated antitrust laws by attending meetings to set industry standards for memory chips as it pursued patents for those chips.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1998
Litton Systems Inc. of Woodland Hills won a $390,600 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for instruments and laboratory equipment. * Westfield Hydraulics Inc. of Pacoima won a $99,601 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for valves. * Talley Corp. of Oxnard won a $90,456 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for motor assemblies. * Senior Flexonics Inc.
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