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February 1, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small Orange County company announced Wednesday that it has joined forces with the giant Samsung conglomerate of Korea to develop computer screens and related products using plasma display technology. Babcock Display Products Inc., a unit of the Orange-based defense and electronics firm Babcock Inc., would not say how much money is being invested in the new venture.
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June 25, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Korean garment maker whose customers include Victoria's Secret and The Limited has its eye on a site in Fullerton for its first U.S. manufacturing plant. K.U.M. Ltd., a subsidiary of Kum Kyung Ltd. in Seoul, is seeking the permission of the Fullerton City Council in a special session tonight to have the California Statewide Communities Development Authority issue $4 million in tax-free bonds to help finance the $6-million project.
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January 12, 1990 | Michael Flagg Times Staff writer
The Japanese seemed to be ll over Orange County this week as one company bought the Atrium near John Wayne Airport--the biggest building sold in the county last year--and another announced a $400-million project in Santa Ana that will include the county's tallest building. But while the Japanese get all the press, there are a number of Taiwanese, Korean and other Pacific Rim investors quietly scouring the county for buildings to buy. The most recent deal involves Ospar Corp.
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December 7, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. has no interest in acquiring part or all of debt-ridden Orion Pictures Corp., a Samsung spokesman said today. "We have never contemplated acquiring Orion and will not do so in the future," Park Ju-Bong, in charge of publicity at Samsung Electronics, told Reuters in a telephone interview. "It is not our business style to do that," he said. "Besides, we've been told Orion is an empty can."
BUSINESS
June 25, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Korean garment maker whose customers include Victoria's Secret and The Limited has its eye on a site in Fullerton for its first U.S. manufacturing plant. K.U.M. Ltd., a subsidiary of Kum Kyung Ltd. in Seoul, is seeking the permission of the Fullerton City Council in a special session tonight to have the California Statewide Communities Development Authority issue $4 million in tax-free bonds to help finance the $6-million project.
BUSINESS
December 7, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. has no interest in acquiring part or all of debt-ridden Orion Pictures Corp., a Samsung spokesman said today. "We have never contemplated acquiring Orion and will not do so in the future," Park Ju-Bong, in charge of publicity at Samsung Electronics, told Reuters in a telephone interview. "It is not our business style to do that," he said. "Besides, we've been told Orion is an empty can."
BUSINESS
February 1, 1990 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small Orange County company announced Wednesday that it has joined forces with the giant Samsung conglomerate of Korea to develop computer screens and related products using plasma display technology. Babcock Display Products Inc., a unit of the Orange-based defense and electronics firm Babcock Inc., would not say how much money is being invested in the new venture.
BUSINESS
January 12, 1990 | Michael Flagg Times Staff writer
The Japanese seemed to be ll over Orange County this week as one company bought the Atrium near John Wayne Airport--the biggest building sold in the county last year--and another announced a $400-million project in Santa Ana that will include the county's tallest building. But while the Japanese get all the press, there are a number of Taiwanese, Korean and other Pacific Rim investors quietly scouring the county for buildings to buy. The most recent deal involves Ospar Corp.
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