January 10, 1995
Styles on Video Inc., a Canoga Park maker of computer-imaging systems for beauty salons, said its results for the fourth quarter that ended Dec. 31 are expected to be "substantially lower" than analysts' estimates because some shipments were delayed after customers asked for design changes. In other news, Charles Plumb was named president of the company, a new position. Previously, Plumb was president of Ponta Gorda Isle Inc. Guy De Vreese remains chairman and chief executive officer.
February 15, 1994
Styles on Video Inc. in Canoga Park said it completed the purchase of Dycam Inc., a Chatsworth company that makes digital cameras for use with computers, for about $5 million in stock. Styles, a computer-imaging concern, said acquiring Dycam enables it to take advantage of emerging interactive, multimedia technologies. Styles also said it intends to file a registration statement with the federal Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed stock offering of up to 1 million shares.
April 26, 1994
Styles on Video Inc., a Canoga Park developer and marketer of hair-imaging systems, reported a first-quarter profit of $1.41 million on revenue of $3.29 million, citing growth in its international business plus new products. The company said it also did not have to pay income taxes in the first quarter because of certain options that it exercised.
March 8, 1994
Styles on Video Inc., a Canoga Park developer and marketer of hair-imaging systems, reported a profit of $668,730 for the fourth quarter, boosting its profit for 1993 to $2 million. For the quarter ended Dec. 31, the company had revenue of $3.17 million. Revenue for 1993 totaled $8.55 million.
October 26, 1993
Styles on Video Inc. reported a net income of $558,000 for the third quarter that ended Sept. 30 on revenues of $2.1 million. The Canoga Park-based company also reported that earnings totaled $1.36 million for the nine months that ended Sept. 30 on revenues of $5.38 million. Styles on Video had its first public stock offering in March.
June 15, 1993
Styles on Video Inc., a Canoga Park maker of computerized imaging systems that show pictures of proposed hairstyles, said it agreed to provide all in-store imaging for Revlon Inc.'s Ultima II cosmetics in leading department stores nationwide. Styles said Revlon selected it after a recent successful two-month test of Styles' imaging system in several Los Angeles area department stores, including The Broadway and Robinsons/May. Styles on Video Inc.