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1985 Public company floated in the UK; parent company, [[Ealing Corporation|Ealing Corporation of America]], retained 42.5 percent of the equity<ref>The Times, Oct 18, 1985</ref>
1985 Public company floated in the UK; parent company, [[Ealing Corporation|Ealing Corporation of America]], retained 42.5 percent of the equity<ref>The Times, Oct 18, 1985</ref>
1987 Abortive attempt to construct a shell company out of this entity in order to acquire other companies<ref>The Times  Mar. 31, 1988</ref>


1988 Acquired by [[600 Group]] to expand its laser business<ref>The Times, July 21, 1988</ref>
1988 Acquired by [[600 Group]] to expand its laser business<ref>The Times, July 21, 1988</ref>

Revision as of 17:35, 24 February 2021

1865 company founded as R. and J. Beck[1] which was later acquired by Ealing Corporation of America.

1985 Public company floated in the UK; parent company, Ealing Corporation of America, retained 42.5 percent of the equity[2]

1987 Abortive attempt to construct a shell company out of this entity in order to acquire other companies[3]

1988 Acquired by 600 Group to expand its laser business[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Oct 21, 1985
  2. The Times, Oct 18, 1985
  3. The Times Mar. 31, 1988
  4. The Times, July 21, 1988