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May 21, 1991
T HQ Inc., a Calabasas company that develops and markets games for the Nintendo home video system, has agreed to be acquired by Trinity Acquisition Corp. in a stock swap valued at about $33 million. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, each common share of T HQ will be exchanged for 67,100 common shares of Trinity, a New York-based shell company. T HQ's shareholders will end up owning 51.7% of the new company, the filing stated.
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BUSINESS
May 21, 1991
T HQ Inc., a Calabasas company that develops and markets games for the Nintendo home video system, has agreed to be acquired by Trinity Acquisition Corp. in a stock swap valued at about $33 million. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, each common share of T HQ will be exchanged for 67,100 common shares of Trinity, a New York-based shell company. T HQ's shareholders will end up owning 51.7% of the new company, the filing stated.
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BUSINESS
October 15, 1991
THQ Inc., a Calabasas-based toy company that began operations one year ago, said it turned a profit in the quarter and nine months that ended Sept. 30. THQ's third-quarter profit of $723,000 was on sales of $7.58 million. For the latest nine-month period, it earned $1.5 million on $13.7 million in sales. The company said its third-quarter sales included its initial shipments of two new Nintendo videos, "Bo Jackson Baseball/Football" and "Where's Waldo?"
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December 24, 1991 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Video-game mania may be easing in America, but Christmas sales end today with more than 50 companies still vying for part of the Nintendo video-game market. And there's still room for one more game marketer to make a splash, and to make its founder rich in the process. Just ask THQ Inc. in Calabasas. THQ, founded only 19 months ago by President Jack Friedman, expects its sales this year to reach $34 million. (The company earned $1.5 million on sales of $13.
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