Sperry Corporation

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Sperry Corporation

(company)
The company which merged with the Burroughs Corporation to form Unisys Corporation. Divisions included Sperry Univac, Sperry Flight Systems, and others. Some of these were sold off after the merger.
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A chartered engineer with a BSc in electronic engineering, he spent his early career with roles in engineering and marketing, initially working for Aquatronics before taking up a position with the American company Sperry Rand.
However, he took voluntary retirement after just a month and served as the vice president of the Sperry Rand Corporation and later, as president of the West Point alumni association.
She retired from the UNIVAC Division of the Sperry Rand Corp.
* Remington Rand Office Systems (Division of Sperry Rand Corporation)--"Now ...
Upon graduation, he worked at Sperry Rand, Long Island, N.Y., where he held several patents.
Himmel worked for ITT, however, Sperry Rand and MIT also developed glideslope antennas using the L and X bands respectively.
In Feder, the Second Circuit applied the "deputization" theory to the CEO of Martin Marietta, a director of Sperry Rand, to hold Martin Marietta liable, as (in effect) a "director," for short-swing trading profits made by Martin Marietta in Sperry stock, where the CEO admitted that he had discussed Sperry with Martin Marietta officials and had participated in sessions when Martin Marietta's investment in Sperry was reviewed.
Other companies that dabbled in development in the area included McGraw Hill, Sperry Rand, Time Inc, the U.S.
The facts of his life are that he had a BA in Physics from Rice University and PhD from Iowa State University; he worked as an optics researcher at Texas Instruments, Raytheon, Sperry Rand, Block Engineering and Aerodyne Research.
Computer with air-powered fluid logic components, Sperry Rand Univac Division Portable fluorescent X-ray instrument, Argonne National Laboratory
joined TEI's New York Chapter in 1965, while employed at Sperry Rand Corporation.
His father worked on development of Navy combat systems for Sperry Rand during World War II.