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December 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell to Buy Unix System Laboratories: Novell Inc., the leading maker of software that links personal computers in networks, said it will buy a software company controlled by AT&T for about $335 million in stock. Under the proposed Novell deal, existing shares of Unix System Laboratories will be exchanged for up to 12.3 million newly issued Novell shares. USL, based in Summit, N.J., will become an independent subsidiary of Novell.
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December 22, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell to Buy Unix System Laboratories: Novell Inc., the leading maker of software that links personal computers in networks, said it will buy a software company controlled by AT&T for about $335 million in stock. Under the proposed Novell deal, existing shares of Unix System Laboratories will be exchanged for up to 12.3 million newly issued Novell shares. USL, based in Summit, N.J., will become an independent subsidiary of Novell.
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June 17, 1992 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unix Systems Laboratories on Tuesday unveiled a new, easy-to-use version of its venerable Unix computer software--popular among scientists and engineers who use high-powered workstations--in an effort to reach the broader desktop computing market.
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July 20, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
While the recession has contributed to a staggering unemployment rate, it has also spawned new businesses for many of the unemployed who are enterprising. Bernard Jubb and Michael Silton--both ex-employees of MAI Systems Corp. in Tustin--were among them. Jubb, who had been at MAI for 13 years, was its director of communication services. He was also responsible for major sales accounts at the struggling software reseller. At one time, he was in charge of the company's customer support department.
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July 20, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
While the recession has contributed to a staggering unemployment rate, it has also spawned new businesses for many of the unemployed who are enterprising. Bernard Jubb and Michael Silton--both ex-employees of MAI Systems Corp. in Tustin--were among them. Jubb, who had been at MAI for 13 years, was its director of communication services. He was also responsible for major sales accounts at the struggling software reseller. At one time, he was in charge of the company's customer support department.
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April 18, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
American Telephone & Telegraph Co. on Wednesday reported a 6.6% jump in first-quarter earnings, as long-distance calls and products sales rose despite the recession. The New York-based telephone giant said earnings rose to $712 million on revenue of $9.19 billion. "These are very satisfying results.
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June 4, 1991 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
American Telephone & Telegraph said Monday that it will sell virtually all its 19% stake in Sun Microsystems, ending one of the most financially rewarding and technology-advancing relationships in the computer industry. AT&T said it took the action because its pending acquisition of NCR Corp. will probably put the phone giant and Sun into direct competition in the computer business. It will sell 5 million of its 19.1 million shares for $36.
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June 17, 1992 | JONATHAN WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unix Systems Laboratories on Tuesday unveiled a new, easy-to-use version of its venerable Unix computer software--popular among scientists and engineers who use high-powered workstations--in an effort to reach the broader desktop computing market.
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