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May 24, 1996
Vision Engineering, a provider of systems integration products and services, has been acquired by Denver-based Topro Inc. Specific terms of the agreement weren't disclosed but Topro said it would involve an exchange of stock. Topro said Vision Engineering had more than $10 million in revenue last year. Topro, a provider of systems integration software and services, also reported revenue of $10 million in 1995.
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April 27, 2002 | PHIL WILLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The engineer of a freight train that crashed head-on into a Metrolink train killing two passengers and injuring hundreds of others on Tuesday told police he didn't see a crucial signal before the collision because sunlight momentarily blinded him. According to police records released Friday, Burlington Northern Santa Fe engineer Darrell Wells of Dana Point said he slammed on the emergency brakes when the Metrolink train came into view, but quickly realized it was too late to avoid impact.
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BUSINESS
March 19, 1996
A Denver company said it intends to acquire Cypress-based Vision Engineering for cash. Specific financial terms were not disclosed, but the Denver company, Topro Inc., said its acquisition of Vision Engineering likely would involve a combination of restricted shares of Topro common stock and convertible debt or convertible preferred stock. Topro, which reported revenue of $11.8 million for the fiscal year ended June 30, provides software configuration and system design.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1996
Vision Engineering, a provider of systems integration products and services, has been acquired by Denver-based Topro Inc. Specific terms of the agreement weren't disclosed but Topro said it would involve an exchange of stock. Topro said Vision Engineering had more than $10 million in revenue last year. Topro, a provider of systems integration software and services, also reported revenue of $10 million in 1995.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 2002 | PHIL WILLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The engineer of a freight train that crashed head-on into a Metrolink train killing two passengers and injuring hundreds of others on Tuesday told police he didn't see a crucial signal before the collision because sunlight momentarily blinded him. According to police records released Friday, Burlington Northern Santa Fe engineer Darrell Wells of Dana Point said he slammed on the emergency brakes when the Metrolink train came into view, but quickly realized it was too late to avoid impact.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 30, 1997
The story chronicled in my film, "Mulholland's Dream," may be distasteful to columnist Howard Rosenberg, but the fact remains that the story is unfortunately true ("Water and Power--and Accuracy," Calendar, June 23). Let's get real.
BUSINESS
March 19, 1996
A Denver company said it intends to acquire Cypress-based Vision Engineering for cash. Specific financial terms were not disclosed, but the Denver company, Topro Inc., said its acquisition of Vision Engineering likely would involve a combination of restricted shares of Topro common stock and convertible debt or convertible preferred stock. Topro, which reported revenue of $11.8 million for the fiscal year ended June 30, provides software configuration and system design.
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