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March 24, 2001 | Jon Healey
Vitaminic, a leading European online music venture, is expanding its presence in the United States by acquiring the Internet Underground Music Archive, a pioneering online effort to promote little-known bands. IUMA founder Jeff Patterson said that Vitaminic, which is based in Milan, Italy, agreed to pay EMusic of Redwood City, Calif., $900,000 in cash and stock for IUMA.
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March 24, 2001 | Jon Healey
Vitaminic, a leading European online music venture, is expanding its presence in the United States by acquiring the Internet Underground Music Archive, a pioneering online effort to promote little-known bands. IUMA founder Jeff Patterson said that Vitaminic, which is based in Milan, Italy, agreed to pay EMusic of Redwood City, Calif., $900,000 in cash and stock for IUMA.
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November 25, 1986
ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc. said it has agreed to acquire Faraday Laboratories Inc., a New Jersey manufacturer and distributor of vitamins, for $10 million in ICN common stock. Faraday, which had $12 million in revenue last year, will augment ICN's existing vitamin business, according to Milan Panic, the Costa Mesa company's chairman and chief executive. Faraday said the merger will require the approval of a majority of its shareholders.
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October 29, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Leiner Health Products in Torrance needed bigger headquarters, cities in Nevada, Arizona and Utah came courting. No surprise there--restless South Bay companies are prime targets for poaching. But this time, the company didn't bite. It chose the town next door. At a ceremony Thursday, Leiner, the nation's largest vitamin manufacturer, announced that it will move from Torrance to Carson over the next six months.
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October 29, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Leiner Health Products in Torrance needed bigger headquarters, cities in Nevada, Arizona and Utah came courting. No surprise there--restless South Bay companies are prime targets for poaching. But this time, the company didn't bite. It chose the town next door. At a ceremony Thursday, Leiner, the nation's largest vitamin manufacturer, announced that it will move from Torrance to Carson over the next six months.
BUSINESS
November 25, 1986
ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc. said it has agreed to acquire Faraday Laboratories Inc., a New Jersey manufacturer and distributor of vitamins, for $10 million in ICN common stock. Faraday, which had $12 million in revenue last year, will augment ICN's existing vitamin business, according to Milan Panic, the Costa Mesa company's chairman and chief executive. Faraday said the merger will require the approval of a majority of its shareholders.
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