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January 12, 1993
Superconductor Technologies Inc., a high-technology research firm in Santa Barbara whose initial investors include Lockheed Corp., plans to sell a minority stake to the public. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Superconductor Technologies said it is offering 1.5 million common shares at an expected price of up to $12 a share, which would provide gross proceeds of $18 million. The offering is being managed by H.J. Meyers & Co.
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February 26, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Apparently, it'll take more than a dive in the Dow to stop this feeding frenzy: Shares of telecom-equipment maker Superconductor Technologies Inc. (ticker symbol: SCON) surged 44% on Friday after the Santa Barbara company said it plans to demonstrate a product to increase the range of cellular-telephone networks. Superconductor Tech jumped $20.63 to $67.50 on Nasdaq. The stock has risen almost 14-fold since the start of the year, although Superconductor Tech reported a loss of $1.
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BUSINESS
March 16, 1993
Superconductor Technologies Inc., a high-technology research firm in Santa Barbara, has completed its initial public offering with the sale of 1.5 million common shares for $10 apiece. The sale of the minority stake to the public effectively cut the equity interest in Superconductor Technologies held by Lockheed Corp. The Calabasas-based defense and aerospace giant now owns about 11% of the company, down from 15.4% before the offering.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1993
Superconductor Technologies Inc., a high-technology research firm in Santa Barbara, has completed its initial public offering with the sale of 1.5 million common shares for $10 apiece. The sale of the minority stake to the public effectively cut the equity interest in Superconductor Technologies held by Lockheed Corp. The Calabasas-based defense and aerospace giant now owns about 11% of the company, down from 15.4% before the offering.
BUSINESS
February 26, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Apparently, it'll take more than a dive in the Dow to stop this feeding frenzy: Shares of telecom-equipment maker Superconductor Technologies Inc. (ticker symbol: SCON) surged 44% on Friday after the Santa Barbara company said it plans to demonstrate a product to increase the range of cellular-telephone networks. Superconductor Tech jumped $20.63 to $67.50 on Nasdaq. The stock has risen almost 14-fold since the start of the year, although Superconductor Tech reported a loss of $1.
BUSINESS
January 31, 1989 | David Olmos, Times staff writer
Emulex Corp., a Costa Mesa computer company, has named board member Marshall A. Petersen to the positions of senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. Petersen was vice president and chief financial officer of Santa Barbara-based Superconductor Technologies Inc. for the past year. He has also held various executive and financial posts with American Microsystems Inc., TRW Inc. and Cincinnati Milacron.
BUSINESS
March 14, 2000
Petopia.com Inc., another in a series of online pet-products retailers seeking to cash in on the Internet craze on Wall Street, filed to raise as much as $100 million in an initial public offering. Petopia.com, which has an exclusive relationship with the brick-and-mortar retailer Petco Animal Supplies Inc., did not reveal how many shares it plans to sell or the per-share price. * Superconductor Technologies Inc. of Santa Barbara said it will supply Alltel Corp.
BUSINESS
February 25, 2000
* Girl Games Inc. has named Malissa Thompson editor in chief of Los Angeles-based PlanetGirl.com, an online network for teen girls. Thompson was most recently executive editor of Jump magazine. * Martin McDermut has joined the senior management team at Superconductor Technologies Inc. as chief financial officer and vice president of finance and administration. Santa Barbara-based Superconductor Technologies makes products for wireless communications.
BUSINESS
January 12, 1993
Superconductor Technologies Inc., a high-technology research firm in Santa Barbara whose initial investors include Lockheed Corp., plans to sell a minority stake to the public. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Superconductor Technologies said it is offering 1.5 million common shares at an expected price of up to $12 a share, which would provide gross proceeds of $18 million. The offering is being managed by H.J. Meyers & Co.
BUSINESS
December 10, 1988
ADDRESS: 3545 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa BUSINESS: The company designs, makes and sells mass storage peripheral controller and communications multiplexer products for use with minicomputers and microcomputers. ASSETS: $85.2 million (July 3) NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES: 863 TOP EXECUTIVES: Name Position Fred B.
BUSINESS
February 18, 2000 | WALTER HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It remains to be seen whether biotechnology companies ever come through with the revolutionary drugs that they promise are on the horizon. But one thing is certain right now--their stocks are curing what ails "momentum" investors. For the second day in a row, biotechs surged dramatically Thursday thanks to growing enthusiasm over their prospects--and a furious bout of momentum buying, particularly among gene-research-centered firms. Stocks such as Incyte Pharmaceuticals Inc.
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