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May 25, 1999
UNOVA Inc. completed the relocation of its corporate headquarters to 21900 Burbank Blvd. in Woodland Hills. The Los Angeles office of Gensler designed the 32,000-square-foot space, and Valley Commercial Contractors of Woodland Hills handled construction and renovation. UNOVA is a $2-billion industrial technologies company that manufactures data collection and wireless communications products for mobile workers in industry, distribution, health care and government.
November 10, 1999
Ticketmaster, a Los Angeles-based unit of USA Networks Inc., has appointed Edward Millman as chief financial officer. He previously worked in several senior financial posts at Advanta Corp. * Three executives from Southern California companies have been named to the board of the National Assn. of Manufacturers. They are Larry D. Brady, president and chief operating officer of Woodland Hills-based Unova Inc.
October 13, 1998
A series of corporate mergers and acquisitions has motivated industrial automation specialist Unova Inc. to put its landmark Beverly Hills headquarters on the market. With Unova's spin-off from Western Atlas Inc. about a year ago, the former parent's headquarters shifted to Houston-- near its key oil field services operations--while Unova inherited the prime property on about 2.6 acres along the south side of "little" Santa Monica Boulevard between Rexford Drive and Crescent Drive.
June 10, 1999 | CHRIS G. DENINA
Woodland Hills-based Unova Inc. has become the third donor to give $100,000 to the Ventura County Discovery Center, joining Dan and Marilyn Smith of Agoura Hills and California Prudential Realty. "They're saying we believe in you and know you can do it," said Carrie Glicksteen, executive director and a founding member of the center.
June 9, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Unova Inc. shares fell as much as 11% after the maker of machine tools and wireless scanners said it will earn about 6 cents a share in the second quarter, less than half the average of analysts' estimates. Woodland Hills-based Unova fell $1 to close at $13.38 on the New York Stock Exchange. Earlier, the shares fell to $12.75.
October 12, 1999
* Woodland Hills-based Unova Inc., a manufacturer of industrial technologies and machine tools, has appointed Daniel S. Bishop senior vice president and general counsel. He replaces Norman Roberts, who is retiring. Bishop joined Unova from Paxar Corp. in New York, where he had been vice president and general counsel. Leslie Stevens * Leslie Stevens has joined the local office of RHI Consulting as Southern California and Southwest regional manager. A division of Robert Half International Inc.
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