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July 23, 1990 | From United Press International
Stardent Computer Inc. sided with Kubota Corp. against two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who said they were illegally forced to give up their computer technology to the Japanese company and undertake the merger that created Stardent. Stardent's directors "terminated" its two co-chairmen, Allen Michels and Matthew Sanders III, as employees and officers of the company and said a committee of outside directors had found their claims "to be without merit," the company said in a press release.
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BUSINESS
July 23, 1990 | From United Press International
Stardent Computer Inc. sided with Kubota Corp. against two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who said they were illegally forced to give up their computer technology to the Japanese company and undertake the merger that created Stardent. Stardent's directors "terminated" its two co-chairmen, Allen Michels and Matthew Sanders III, as employees and officers of the company and said a committee of outside directors had found their claims "to be without merit," the company said in a press release.
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October 17, 1986 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Howard Head might have been an athletic klutz, but his clumsiness didn't stop him from revolutionizing two sports and making a couple of tidy fortunes for his efforts. It all started when Head, an aerospace engineer, had trouble skiing and decided to remedy the problem by designing a pair of lightweight metal-and-plastic skis. For the next two decades, Head skis were considered among the best in the world and when he sold his company in 1969, Head walked away with $4 million.
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