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June 6, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bit of merger mania surfaced Tuesday in Orange County. Four high-technology companies--Helionetics, Printrak, CAM Data and Hart Industries--made announcements relating to merger completions or buyout proposals. The largest transaction involved Irvine-based defense contractor Helionetics Inc., which said it had completed its acquisition of larger Definicon International Corp. The deal involved an exchange for 1.8 million shares of Helionetics stock. Helionetics, with annual sales of $12.
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July 20, 1990 | From A Times Staff Writer
Merger talks have been suspended between Sulcus Computer of Greensburg, Pa., and Cam Data Systems, a Fountain Valley maker of computers and point-of-sale systems for the retail industry. The two companies announced in June that Sulcus planned to acquire Cam Data in a $2-million stock swap. Jeff Ratner, chairman and chief executive of Sulcus, said his company remains interested in buying Cam Data but the companies could not reach a final agreement last week as originally expected.
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July 20, 1990 | From A Times Staff Writer
Merger talks have been suspended between Sulcus Computer of Greensburg, Pa., and Cam Data Systems, a Fountain Valley maker of computers and point-of-sale systems for the retail industry. The two companies announced in June that Sulcus planned to acquire Cam Data in a $2-million stock swap. Jeff Ratner, chairman and chief executive of Sulcus, said his company remains interested in buying Cam Data but the companies could not reach a final agreement last week as originally expected.
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June 6, 1990 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bit of merger mania surfaced Tuesday in Orange County. Four high-technology companies--Helionetics, Printrak, CAM Data and Hart Industries--made announcements relating to merger completions or buyout proposals. The largest transaction involved Irvine-based defense contractor Helionetics Inc., which said it had completed its acquisition of larger Definicon International Corp. The deal involved an exchange for 1.8 million shares of Helionetics stock. Helionetics, with annual sales of $12.
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January 25, 1996 | From Bloomberg Business News
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