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December 5, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Graphix Zone Inc., a multimedia company known for its aggressive pursuit of top show business talent, announced Monday that it intends to merge with a San Francisco-based CD-ROM producer through an exchange of stock valued at $39 million. The merger will bring together Graphix Zone, a developer of music and other entertainment CD-ROMs, and StarPress, a leading developer of reference CD-ROMs. StarPress Inc.
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January 5, 1996
Multimedia companies Graphix Zone Inc. and StarPress Inc. said Thursday that they have signed a definite agreement to merge through an exchange of stock. Under terms of the deal, StarPress shareholders will receive about 0.15 shares of Graphix Zone company stock for each share of StarPress stock. StarPress, a San Francisco-based developer of reference CD-ROMs, will own 54% of the combined company, but will take Graphix Zone's name and operate at Graphix Zone's headquarters in Irvine.
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BUSINESS
January 5, 1996
Multimedia companies Graphix Zone Inc. and StarPress Inc. said Thursday that they have signed a definite agreement to merge through an exchange of stock. Under terms of the deal, StarPress shareholders will receive about 0.15 shares of Graphix Zone company stock for each share of StarPress stock. StarPress, a San Francisco-based developer of reference CD-ROMs, will own 54% of the combined company, but will take Graphix Zone's name and operate at Graphix Zone's headquarters in Irvine.
BUSINESS
December 5, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Graphix Zone Inc., a multimedia company known for its aggressive pursuit of top show business talent, announced Monday that it intends to merge with a San Francisco-based CD-ROM producer through an exchange of stock valued at $39 million. The merger will bring together Graphix Zone, a developer of music and other entertainment CD-ROMs, and StarPress, a leading developer of reference CD-ROMs. StarPress Inc.
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November 6, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The husband-wife founders of Graphix Zone Inc. resigned their management positions with the company on Tuesday, giving up control of a firm known for producing CD-ROMs featuring Bob Dylan and other famous entertainers, while losing millions of dollars in recent years. Charles R. Cortright and Angela Aber, who started the Irvine-based company in 1989, gave up their respective positions as chief executive and executive vice president.
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