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January 19, 1986
The Valencia Golf Course and 7,300-square-foot clubhouse have been sold for $6 million by Newhall Investment Propeties to Uniden Corp. of America.
November 5, 1985
Newhall Investment Properties, a Valencia-based commercial real estate partnership, announced that it has sold the Valencia Golf Course and its clubhouse to Uniden Corp. of America, a unit of Uniden Japan, for about $6 million in cash. The 18-hole course, situated off the Golden State Freeway, was designed by prominent golf course architect Robert Trent Jones.
January 18, 1985
The Federal Communications Commission fined two California manufacturers for selling models that cause interference with nearby television sets, radios and other cordless phones. The FCC fined Uniden Corp. of Huntington Beach and Compton-based TAD Avanti after government officials purchased the companies' phones from retail stores and found that they were twice as powerful as agency rules permit. Officials at both firms declined to comment until they have received official word from the FCC.
February 12, 1985
Claiming permanent ear damage to hundreds of people from cordless phones, a St. Louis attorney filed a class-action suit against cordless phone manufacturer Uniden Corp. of Huntington Beach. Attorney Stephen G. Schumaier, who won a $150,000 settlement for a St.
March 28, 1985 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Uniden Corp. of America is transferring its Huntington Beach headquarters to Indianapolis at the end of the month, a move that will result in layoffs of at least 35 of its 70 workers, the communications equipment company confirmed Wednesday. Orange County has served as the corporate headquarters for the U.S. subsidiary of Uniden International Corp. of Japan for the last several years, but the vast majority of Uniden employees in the U.S. are already stationed in Indianapolis.
August 10, 1985
One of the San Fernando Valley area's best public golf courses is being sold. Newhall Investment Properties, a Valencia commercial real estate partnership, announced Friday that it has agreed to sell the Valencia Golf Course and its clubhouse to Uniden Corp. of America, a unit of Uniden Japan, for about $6 million in cash. The transaction is scheduled to be closed by the end of the year, and is subject to the signing of a final agreement, company spokesman Fred Mickaelian Jr. said.
January 25, 1992 | Associated Press
Some examples of Japanese ownership in American sports: GOLF Pebble Beach Co. (Calif.)--Minoru Isutani, $900 million. La Costa Hotel and Spa (Calif.)--Sports Shinko, $250 million. Riviera Country Club (Calif.)--Marukin Corporation of Tokyo, $108 million. Valencia Country Club (Calif.)--Uniden Valencia Inc., subsidiary of Uniden Corp. of Japan. River Vale Golf Club (New Jersey)--Fuji Country USA, $28 million. The Ridge Club (Massachusetts)--Dais Aburo Nakamoto, $10.8 million.
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