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May 24, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SuperMac, Radius Announce Merger Plans: Shares of SuperMac Technology Inc. rose as much as 27% after the computer graphics company made the announcement that it will join longtime Silicon Valley rival Radius Inc. in a stock swap valued at $80.5 million. Radius would exchange 1.4763 common shares for each of 8.9 million shares of SuperMac in the transaction, which is subject to a government antitrust review and shareholder approval.
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May 24, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
SuperMac, Radius Announce Merger Plans: Shares of SuperMac Technology Inc. rose as much as 27% after the computer graphics company made the announcement that it will join longtime Silicon Valley rival Radius Inc. in a stock swap valued at $80.5 million. Radius would exchange 1.4763 common shares for each of 8.9 million shares of SuperMac in the transaction, which is subject to a government antitrust review and shareholder approval.
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December 30, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Device Will Turn TVs Into Big Macs: A color graphics card will allow computer owners to view Macintosh programs on the larger screens of their television sets. E-Machines, a division of SuperMac Technology Inc. of Sunnyvale, introduced the card, which can be used with most Apple Computer Macintoshes. Called Simply TV, the card connects any Mac LC, Color Classic, most Performa models and the Quadra 605 directly to the TV with one video cable.
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August 25, 1998 | John O'Dell, John O'Dell covers major Orange County corporations and manufacturing for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5831 and at john.odell@latimes.com
Well, at least it will help save ink: Steven Myers & Associates Inc., the Newport Beach firm that helps engineering and other professional firms win government and commercial contracts, has changed its name to SM&A Corp. Steve Myers, chairman and chief executive, said he decided to make the change because clients have been calling the firm by its initials for years and investors have started doing same. Wonder if that means Myers will be seeking to change the firm's Nasdaq stock market listing?
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April 26, 1994 | Amy Harmon
TERMS SUCH AS multimedia and information superhighway , which surfaced on a mass scale for the first time last year, have been derided recently as heavy on hype and light on substance. But these futuristic communications and entertainment services are already helping to propel many of California's fastest-growing companies. The Times Growth 100 list, which ranks companies by revenue growth, is usually ruled by high-tech enterprises.
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September 30, 1994 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From Apple Computer and Silicon Graphics and Walt Disney Co. and a host of lesser-knowns they come, ambitious computer programmers and creative professionals determined to be part of the birth of an industry. They are working 16-hour days, shouldering the indignities of start-up company life, telling themselves it's all OK because they are doing something big. They are multimedia entrepreneurs, and they are out there by the thousands.
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