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July 4, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wyle Electronics Inc., a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor and one of Orange County's largest companies, said Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by the giant German industrial concern Veba AG for $810 million in cash. The deal was portrayed as a strategic move that would create an electronics distribution powerhouse with global reach and sales of about $3 billion annually.
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August 19, 1999 | (Jonathan Gaw)
In the second high-level departure in as many months from Irvine-based subsidiaries of VEBA Electronics, the head of Wyle Electronics has resigned to take another position at another technology company, VEBA said Wednesday. Michael Rohleder had been named chief executive of Wyle Electronics almost immediately after the semiconductor distributor was acquired by VEBA in August, 1997.
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BUSINESS
July 4, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wyle Electronics Inc., a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor and one of Orange County's largest companies, on Thursday said it agreed to be acquired by the giant German industrial concern Veba for $810 million in cash. The deal was portrayed as a strategic move that would create an electronics distribution powerhouse with global reach and sales of about $3 billion annually.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1997
The Federal Trade Commission has cleared the acquisition of Wyle Electronics, a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor, by German industrial concern Veba AG, the companies said Tuesday. Veba, which is offering to acquire Wyle common stock for $50 a share, expects to complete the acquisition next month. Wyle, a major distributor of semiconductor and computer parts and one of Orange County's largest publicly traded companies, would become a unit of Veba's Raab Karcher subsidiary.
BUSINESS
August 19, 1999 | (Jonathan Gaw)
In the second high-level departure in as many months from Irvine-based subsidiaries of VEBA Electronics, the head of Wyle Electronics has resigned to take another position at another technology company, VEBA said Wednesday. Michael Rohleder had been named chief executive of Wyle Electronics almost immediately after the semiconductor distributor was acquired by VEBA in August, 1997.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1997
The Federal Trade Commission has cleared the acquisition of Wyle Electronics, a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor, by German industrial concern Veba AG, the companies said Tuesday. Veba, which is offering to acquire Wyle common stock for $50 a share, expects to complete the acquisition next month. Wyle, a major distributor of semiconductor and computer parts and one of Orange County's largest publicly traded companies, would become a unit of Veba's Raab Karcher subsidiary.
BUSINESS
July 4, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wyle Electronics Inc., a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor and one of Orange County's largest companies, on Thursday said it agreed to be acquired by the giant German industrial concern Veba for $810 million in cash. The deal was portrayed as a strategic move that would create an electronics distribution powerhouse with global reach and sales of about $3 billion annually.
BUSINESS
July 4, 1997 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wyle Electronics Inc., a major semiconductor and computer parts distributor and one of Orange County's largest companies, said Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by the giant German industrial concern Veba AG for $810 million in cash. The deal was portrayed as a strategic move that would create an electronics distribution powerhouse with global reach and sales of about $3 billion annually.
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