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April 25, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chalk up anotherwin for Seattle--and one more loss for L.A. SpaceLabs Medical, which has manufactured medical instruments in the San Fernando Valley for more than 30 years, is moving most of its operations and about 350 jobs to Washington state. Although headquartered in Redmond, Wash., SpaceLabs, a maker of vital-sign monitors used in hospitals, has for years employed about 500 people in its manufacturing, repair and assembly divisions in Chatsworth.
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January 12, 2001 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cardiac Science Inc. said Thursday it has withdrawn its bid to acquire Spacelabs Medical Inc., citing a lack of interest from the Redmond, Wash.-based maker of patient-monitoring devices and clinical information systems. The Irvine manufacturer of external defibrillators also withdrew a slate of six alternative directors that it had nominated for Spacelabs' board. Cardiac also is evaluating its holdings in Spacelabs--384,925 shares, a 4% stake.
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June 5, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chalk up another win for Seattle--and one more loss for the Southland. SpaceLabs Medical, which has manufactured medical instruments in the San Fernando Valley for more than 30 years, is moving most of its operations and about 350 jobs to Washington state. Although headquartered in Redmond, Wash., SpaceLabs, a maker of vital-sign monitors used in hospitals, has for years employed about 500 people in its manufacturing, repair and assembly divisions in Chatsworth.
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June 5, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chalk up another win for Seattle--and one more loss for the Southland. SpaceLabs Medical, which has manufactured medical instruments in the San Fernando Valley for more than 30 years, is moving most of its operations and about 350 jobs to Washington state. Although headquartered in Redmond, Wash., SpaceLabs, a maker of vital-sign monitors used in hospitals, has for years employed about 500 people in its manufacturing, repair and assembly divisions in Chatsworth.
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January 12, 2001 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cardiac Science Inc. said Thursday it has withdrawn its bid to acquire Spacelabs Medical Inc., citing a lack of interest from the Redmond, Wash.-based maker of patient-monitoring devices and clinical information systems. The Irvine manufacturer of external defibrillators also withdrew a slate of six alternative directors that it had nominated for Spacelabs' board. Cardiac also is evaluating its holdings in Spacelabs--384,925 shares, a 4% stake.
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November 29, 2000 | Dow Jones
Cardiac Science Inc., stepping up its effort to acquire Spacelabs Medical Inc., said Tuesday that it purchased 320,200 shares, or 3.4%, of Spacelabs stock and nominated six candidates to the company's board. A day earlier, Irvine-based Cardiac Science said it had offered $15 a share for Spacelabs, a Redmond, Wash., maker of patient-monitoring devices. Spacelabs said it had no comment regarding the offer.
HEALTH
July 29, 2002 | Benedict Carey
lifeclinic.com Background: Lifeclinic is backed by Spacelabs Medical, which makes instruments used to monitor vital signs, among other devices. The site is meant to help people track and control chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes. What works: Lifeclinic is a do-it-yourself site.
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November 28, 2000 | From Times Wire Services
Cardiac Science Inc. is offering to acquire Spacelabs Medical Inc., a maker of patient-monitoring devices and clinical information systems, for $143 million. Cardiac, which makes heart defibrillators, said Monday it would pay $15 a share, up 13% from the stock's closing price Friday. The bid is 45% above Spacelabs' share price on Nov. 13, when Cardiac Science in Irvine first offered to buy the Redmond, Wash., company.
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January 11, 2001 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cardiac Science Inc., seeking to expand its overseas presence, said Wednesday it offered to acquire Artema Medical AB, a Swedish maker of patient monitors and defibrillators, for $20 million in stock. The Irvine-based manufacturer of external defibrillators said the deal would give it access to new customers in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
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April 25, 1995 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chalk up anotherwin for Seattle--and one more loss for L.A. SpaceLabs Medical, which has manufactured medical instruments in the San Fernando Valley for more than 30 years, is moving most of its operations and about 350 jobs to Washington state. Although headquartered in Redmond, Wash., SpaceLabs, a maker of vital-sign monitors used in hospitals, has for years employed about 500 people in its manufacturing, repair and assembly divisions in Chatsworth.
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