Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSouthwall Technologies
IN THE NEWS

Southwall Technologies

FEATURED ARTICLES
BUSINESS
October 13, 1992
Lockheed Corp., the Calabasas-based aerospace contractor, said it will sell its 13.6% stake in Southwall Technologies of Palo Alto for $4 million. Lockheed said Southwall will repurchase 535,000 shares for about $2.5 million, and a San Francisco brokerage firm--Van Kasper & Co.--will acquire Lockheed's remaining 321,467 shares of Southwall for about $1.5 million.
ARTICLES BY DATE
BUSINESS
October 13, 1992
Lockheed Corp., the Calabasas-based aerospace contractor, said it will sell its 13.6% stake in Southwall Technologies of Palo Alto for $4 million. Lockheed said Southwall will repurchase 535,000 shares for about $2.5 million, and a San Francisco brokerage firm--Van Kasper & Co.--will acquire Lockheed's remaining 321,467 shares of Southwall for about $1.5 million.
Advertisement
REAL ESTATE
May 26, 1985 | Dale Baldwin
There's good news from Wisconsin and California for homeowners, builders and architects who have despaired of having windows and an energy-efficient house at the same time. Windows are responsible for up to 40% of the energy needed to heat and cool a typical home, through heat loss and gain through the glass, according to a spokesman for Southwall Technologies Inc., Palo Alto, manufacturers and marketers of Heat Mirror.
HOME & GARDEN
August 17, 1996 | DAN LOGAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
ou finally got it, that home with the marvelous view and the big, clear windows that take full advantage of it. But then the sun nears the horizon. Suddenly it's "Lawrence of Arabia" time. The glare becomes razor blades aimed at your eyes. The room temperature soars. You can hear the furnishings wither around you. Heat (from infrared and visible light), glare (from visible light) and ultraviolet rays come with the territory in Orange County.
BUSINESS
May 6, 1997
Companies* ranked by percentage increase in 1996 earnings per share (EPS). *--* Rank Company 1996 profit 1996 EPS % change (millions) 1995-96 1 PairGain Technologies 41.7 $0.57 9367% 2 Cymer Inc. 6.5 0.55 6,000 3 Raster Graphics Inc. 3.3 0.39 3,750 4 Capital Pacific Holdings 5.9 0.39 3,175 5 Datum Inc. 2 0.46 2,210 6 HS Resources Inc. 9 0.56 2,144 7 Siebel Systems Inc. 5 0.13 2,100 8 ESS Technology Inc. 59.4 1.43 1,168 9 Pixar Animation Studios 25.3 0.54 1,127 10 Craig Corp. 42.3 7.
BUSINESS
December 30, 1987 | JIM SCHACHTER, Times Staff Writer
Buying stock in California companies that went public in 1987 was a little like drinking too much California champagne: For many investors, the initial giddiness gave way to a painful, gut-wrenching hangover. In a roller-coaster year for the stock market, most of the 85 companies that made initial public offerings saw their stock's price careen off course in the upheaval of Black Monday and its aftermath, with many dropping far more than the major market indexes.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|