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The director of the company was interested in Microprocessor technology and noticed there was a market for selling kits to computer building amateurs, so they started selling electronic kits to hobbyists, and employed four persons at that time.
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In 1947, David Brown Limited bought the company under the leadership of managing director Sir David Brown — its " post-war saviour ".
In 1972, the company was sold to another company called Company Developments Ltd., backed by a Birmingham-based consortium, and chaired by chartered accountant and company director William Willson, MBE.
Larry Steinbachek became the musical director for Michael Laub's theatre company, ' Remote Control Productions '.
* shadow director-an individual who is not a named director but who nevertheless directs or controls the company
In many legal systems, the director has a right to receive special notice of any resolution to remove him or her ; the company must often supply a copy of the proposal to the director, who is usually entitled to be heard by the meeting.
However, in instances an individual director may still bind the company by his acts by virtue of his ostensible authority ( see also: the rule in Turquand's Case ).
By definition, where a director enters into a transaction with a company, there is a conflict between the director's interest ( to do well for himself out of the transaction ) and his duty to the company ( to ensure that the company gets as much as it can out of the transaction ).
Fulcher also established an association with Justin de Blank, a director at Conran, which blossomed when de Blank left to launch his own upmarket provisions company and restaurant business in 1968.
More problematic is that between 2004 and 2006 he was an executive director of a lobbying company Dutko Worldwide Prague.
This project was finished in 2001 when, after the track was redesigned to a long circuit and a new pits building was realized ( by HPG, the development company of John Hugenholtz jr, son of the former director ), a new grandstand was situated along the long straight.
* Technical director, the most senior technical person within a theatrical company or television studio
Often after the director has had his chance to oversee a cut, the subsequent cuts are supervised by one or more producers, who represent the production company and / or movie studio.
The Khanzhonkov company retained its dominance, but the Ermoliev company, which had been formed in 1914, became its principal competitor, propelled by the work of its star, Ivan Mosjoukin, and principal director, Yakov Protazanov.
In 1920 the short-lived company Minerva Films was founded in London by the actor Leslie Howard ( also producer and director ) and his friend and story editor Adrian Brunel.
In September 1949 Orwell invited his accountant Harrison to visit him in hospital, and Harrison claimed that Orwell then asked him to become director of GOP Ltd and to manage the company but there was no independent witness.
" The company changed its name to La Société Constructions Levallois-Perret, with Maurice Koechlin as managing director.
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I felt certain that the director, like the afternoon clerk, seldom moved beyond the counter, that the hall, to them, was a jungle, a dark and unwelcome place.
Du Pont would be enjoined from having as a director, officer, or employee anyone who was simultaneously an officer or employee of General Motors, and no director, officer, or employee of Du Pont could serve as a director of General Motors without court approval.
The first program was sponsored by Abraham & Strauss, Hempstead, New York, under the direction of Special Events director Jennings Dennis.
Each girl was independently `` tested '' by the personnel man, and he served not only as the director, but as the antagonist and the observer.
Each of the five principal posts was to have a director, responsible to a director-general at New Orleans.
Fiedler was then technical director of Hitler's super-secret `` Reichenberg project '', which remained unknown to the Allies until after the war.
Enrique Jorda, conductor and musical director of the San Francisco Symphony, will fulfill two more guest conducting engagements in Europe before returning home to open the symphony's Golden Anniversary season, it was announced.
In need of a model for his statuette, Gibbons was introduced by his future wife Dolores del Río to Mexican film director and actor Emilio " El Indio " Fernández.
Allan Dwan ( April 3, 1885 – December 28, 1981 ) was a pioneering Canadian-born American motion picture director, producer and screenwriter.
Some commentators have suggested that this incident would influence Kurosawa's later artistic career, as the director was seldom hesitant to confront unpleasant truths in his work.
Kurosawa's essay earned him a call to take the follow-up exams, and director Kajirō Yamamoto, who was among the examiners, took a liking to Kurosawa and insisted that the studio hire him.
During his five years as an assistant director, Kurosawa worked under numerous directors, but by far the most important figure in his development was Kajiro Yamamoto.
In the last of Kurosawa's films as an assistant director, Horse ( Uma, 1941 ), Kurosawa took over most of the production, as Yamamoto was occupied with the shooting of another film.
One important piece of advice Yamamoto gave Kurosawa was that a good director needed to master screenwriting.
Kurosawa soon realized that the potential earnings from his scripts were much higher than what he was paid as an assistant director.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, one of the founders of modern architecture and the last director of the Bauhaus during its period in Dessau and Berlin was born in Aachen as well.
Guido Gelli, director of science at the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics ( IBGE ), told the Brazilian TV network Globo in June 2007 that it could be considered as a fact that the Amazon was the longest river in the world.
He has written and produced seventy-three full-length plays in Scarborough and London and was, between 1972 and 2009, the artistic director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, where all but four of his plays have received their first performance.
After leaving school at 17, Ayckbourn's career took several temporary jobs in various places before starting a temporary job at the Scarborough Library Theatre, where he was introduced to the artistic director, Stephen Joseph.