Microdyne, citing losses, exits networking products

June 1997
Electronic News;06/23/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2173, p45
Trade Publication
Reports on Microdyne Corp.'s departure from the networking products business. Search for a buyer for the Networking Products division; Substantial losses incurred by the division; Plans to treat Microdyne's networking products business as a discontinued operation as of June 13, 1997.


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