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February 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hewlett-Packard Co. to Build Irish Plant: The firm, the second-largest U.S. computer seller, said it plans a facility there to produce print cartridges to support the company's growing ink-jet printer business. The plant, which involves an investment of more than $63.7 million, is being supported by IDA Ireland, the state agency responsible for attracting investment into Ireland.
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December 20, 1995 | JAMES FLANIGAN
A couple of huge overseas investments announced recently by Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel Corp.--and a smaller one by Palo Alto-based Hewlett-Packard Co.--underscore the importance of education in job creation and economic development and could help inspire new directions for California's vital community college system. The facts just about speak for themselves. In October, Intel announced $3.1 billion in new chip facilities in Ireland, Israel and Malaysia.
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BUSINESS
February 23, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Hewlett-Packard Co. to Build Irish Plant: The firm, the second-largest U.S. computer seller, said it plans a facility there to produce print cartridges to support the company's growing ink-jet printer business. The plant, which involves an investment of more than $63.7 million, is being supported by IDA Ireland, the state agency responsible for attracting investment into Ireland.
BUSINESS
December 20, 1995 | JAMES FLANIGAN
A couple of huge overseas investments announced recently by Santa Clara, Calif.-based Intel Corp.--and a smaller one by Palo Alto-based Hewlett-Packard Co.--underscore the importance of education in job creation and economic development and could help inspire new directions for California's vital community college system. The facts just about speak for themselves. In October, Intel announced $3.1 billion in new chip facilities in Ireland, Israel and Malaysia.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1990 | ALISA SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Irish company that operates one of the world's largest paper and packaging operations has announced a multimillion-dollar deal to purchase Beverly-Hills based Giant Group's newsprint and recycling companies in Pomona. Jefferson Smurfit Group, of Dublin, signed a letter of intent to buy all of the outstanding stock of Golden State Newsprint Co. and Pacific Recycling Co. for $95 million in cash. The purchase is scheduled to be completed during the next three months after regulatory approvals.
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January 19, 1990 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Ana lawyer Terry M. Giles is taking control of Pacific National Bank, infusing more cash into the already-healthy institution and introducing the small Santa Ana-based bank into the European market. Giles will have a majority interest in the bank once regulators approve his deal to buy out his partner and friend, former Computerland owner William H. Millard. Giles said he expects federal regulators to approve the plan sometime next month.
BUSINESS
January 18, 1994
Disease Detection International Inc. said Monday that an Irish firm that is the largest single shareholder of the biomedical company wants to acquire it outright. Disease Detection, which makes products that detect sexually transmitted and other infectious diseases, would not reveal details of the proposal by Trinity Biotech PLC in Dublin other than that it would involve a stock swap.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1990 | ALISA SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Irish company that operates one of the world's largest paper and packaging operations has announced a multimillion-dollar deal to purchase Beverly-Hills based Giant Group's newsprint and recycling companies in Pomona. Jefferson Smurfit Group, of Dublin, signed a letter of intent to buy all of the outstanding stock of Golden State Newsprint Co. and Pacific Recycling Co. for $95 million in cash. The purchase is scheduled to be completed during the next three months after regulatory approvals.
BUSINESS
January 19, 1990 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Ana lawyer Terry M. Giles is taking control of Pacific National Bank, infusing more cash into the already-healthy institution and introducing the small Santa Ana-based bank into the European market. Giles will have a majority interest in the bank once regulators approve his deal to buy out his partner and friend, former Computerland owner William H. Millard. Giles said he expects federal regulators to approve the plan sometime next month.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1988 | United Press International
The Bechtel Group, one of the world's largest engineering companies, said Monday that it has picked Dublin, Ireland, as the site for its new international computer software center. The center, which will create up to 30 jobs in three years, likely will open this fall and be housed in rented space somewhere in the Irish capital, a spokesman for San Francisco-based Bechtel said. Announcement of the center followed negotiations between Bechtel and the Industrial Development Authority of Ireland.
BUSINESS
January 18, 1994
Disease Detection International Inc. said Monday that an Irish firm that is the largest single shareholder of the biomedical company wants to acquire it outright. Disease Detection, which makes products that detect sexually transmitted and other infectious diseases, would not reveal details of the proposal by Trinity Biotech PLC in Dublin other than that it would involve a stock swap.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1988 | United Press International
The Bechtel Group, one of the world's largest engineering companies, said Monday that it has picked Dublin, Ireland, as the site for its new international computer software center. The center, which will create up to 30 jobs in three years, likely will open this fall and be housed in rented space somewhere in the Irish capital, a spokesman for San Francisco-based Bechtel said. Announcement of the center followed negotiations between Bechtel and the Industrial Development Authority of Ireland.
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