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November 30, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inglewood-based Softsel Computer Products said Wednesday that it has agreed to acquire Microamerica in a stock swap deal that would create one of the nation's largest distributors of personal computer products. The combination of Softsel and Microamerica, a Massachusetts firm, would form a company roughly the size of Ingram Micro D, the nation's largest wholesaler of PC products.
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April 13, 1990 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Donald J. Trump may have built a far larger empire during the past decade than did Robert Leff and David Wagman. But the flamboyant New York developer didn't start out peddling personal computer software from the trunk of a Datsun in the Los Angeles suburbs. Leff and Wagman did, and their El Segundo-based company, Softsel-Microamerica, hasn't suffered for it. Now a $1.
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BUSINESS
April 13, 1990 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Donald J. Trump may have built a far larger empire during the past decade than did Robert Leff and David Wagman. But the flamboyant New York developer didn't start out peddling personal computer software from the trunk of a Datsun in the Los Angeles suburbs. Leff and Wagman did, and their El Segundo-based company, Softsel-Microamerica, hasn't suffered for it. Now a $1.
BUSINESS
November 30, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inglewood-based Softsel Computer Products said Wednesday that it has agreed to acquire Microamerica in a stock swap deal that would create one of the nation's largest distributors of personal computer products. The combination of Softsel and Microamerica, a Massachusetts firm, would form a company roughly the size of Ingram Micro D, the nation's largest wholesaler of PC products.
BUSINESS
March 21, 1989
Judy Roseth has been appointed vice president-national major accounts at Softsel Computer Products Inc., an Inglewood software distributor. Roseth is the second executive to join Softsel from Micro D, a rival distributor in Santa Ana. Roseth had been a sales director at Micro D since 1985. Carol Miltner has been named senior vice president-sales at Softsel.
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December 11, 1994
Thomas L. Gutshall will join CV Therapeutics, an emerging biopharmaceutical company based on molecular cardiology, as president and chief operating officer. He will report to Louis G. Lange, chairman and chief executive. Gutshall, 56, will join the Palo Alto firm in January. He was also elected to CV's board, effective immediately. He has been executive vice president of Syntex Corp. Benjamin Benya has been named media director for Chiat/Day in Los Angeles.
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May 5, 1987 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Success as a computer software entrepreneur has come in a hurry to Charles Jackson. As recently as 1982, Jackson was in his sixth year of graduate school and was, in the eyes of his family, a "professional student." Today, Jackson's company, Silicon Beach Software, publishes two of the hottest-selling software programs available for Apple Computer's Macintosh computers.
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