February 26, 2002 |
Newport Beach chip maker Conexant Systems Inc. and buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc. plan to form a new company to manufacture thin, semiconductor slices called wafers. Carlyle will pay Conexant $20 million in cash and will invest $30 million in the new venture. In exchange, Conexant will contribute the manufacturing equipment in its Newport Beach wafer fabrication facility. Carlyle will own 55% of the new company; Conexant will own 45%.
November 15, 1992 |
Palisades 28, Manual Arts 13--Palisades broke a 13-13 tie with 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to beat Manual Arts in a Coastal Conference game. Manual Arts running back Kareem Wafer caught touchdown passes of eight and 28 yards from quarterback Frederick Moore, who completed six passes in 14 attempts for 62 yards and two touchdowns.
June 26, 1985 |
A continuing slump in the semiconductor industry prompted Intel Corp. to announce about 950 layoffs and a plant closure today. The company will phase out its smallest and oldest wafer fabrication plant, located in Santa Clara. Nearly 100 employees who work at that plant will lose their jobs, the company said.
March 7, 2009
I can't tell you how refreshing it is having Jerry Crowe on Page 2 actually writing about sports instead of T.J. Simers writing about T.J. Simers. You know, his daughter, his wife, his weight, his favorite charity, his bagger, his other daughter, her boyfriends, etc. Thomas Wafer Rolling Hills
October 17, 1993 |
Kareem Wafer rushed 13 times for 139 yards with an 18-yard touchdown run to lead Manual Arts to first place in the Metro League with a 28-26 win Friday over University. Wafer's backfield mate, Dartanyum Smith, had 126 yards rushing in 15 carries and a 45-yard punt return for a touchdown. Coming off a 14-14 tie at the half, Manual Arts scored on its first two possessions of the second half.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1994 |
Sheriff's deputies have arrested a Los Angeles man suspected of trying to rob a Lake Forest jewelry store last week and suffering wounds in a shootout. Gregory Wafer, 26, was booked into Orange County Jail on Monday on suspicion of attempted murder and attempted robbery. Wafer sought emergency treatment for bullet wounds at a Downey Hospital less than two hours after a bandit was wounded during a shootout at the 14K Jewelry Mart in the Saddleback Plaza Shopping Center, police said.