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Wayne Kerr Co

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Wayne-Kerr Company had 2 subsidiaries:

later of Chessington, Tolworth and Bognor

1949 Philip Breeden was a director of Wayne-Kerr Laboratories, as well as becoming a director of the new Wilmot Breeden company[1].

1958 Wilmot Breeden acquired a majority interest in Wayne Kerr Co, specialist in electronic measuring equipment[2].

1985 Public sale of shares in the company was heavily oversubscribed; the company was a specialist in computer-aided design[3].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 8 TJanuary 1949
  2. The Times, 2 April 1958
  3. The Times, 3 April 1985