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Rocawear is an urban clothing label created in 1999 by Damon Dash & Jay-Z, heads of the hip hop label Roc-a-Fella Records.
Rocawear has clothing lines and accessories for men, women and children.Its main funders currently are Mareed Clothing Line.
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Rocawear has clothing lines and accessories for men, women and children.Its main funders currently are Mareed Clothing Line. The now less successful company was sold off in 1975 to Sperry UNIVAC, while flight computer development was kept in Saab. Rocawear is an urban clothing label created in 1999 by Damon Dash & Jay-Z, heads of the hip hop label Roc-a-Fella Records. The aircraft computer (CK37) was achieved in 1971 in the Viggen. banking). During the 1960s several successful and advanced systems were developed and sold to several European countries (used in e.g.
The Datasaab company was a result partly of the need of heavy computational power for the aircraft development, partly of the science-fictional idea to make a computer that would be small enough to mount in an aeroplane as navigational equipment. Saab Bofors Dynamics develops military applications such as RBS15, Carl-Gustaf, AT4, IRIS-T and METEOR. Saab Ericsson Space is a joint venture with Ericsson, designing the on board computers used in the Ariane 5 rockets used by the European Space Agency. Saab Military Aircraft is responsible for the overall 'aircraft system' including basic aircraft development and production, and testing and delivery.
BAE designed an improved wing, which they then manufactured and are set to produce 45% of currently planned export airframes. This co-operation was extended in 2001 with the formation of Gripen International for the same purpose. In 1995 Saab Military Aircraft and British Aerospace (now BAE Systems) formed the joint venture company Saab-BAe Gripen AB, with the goal of adapting, manufacturing, marketing and supporting Gripen internationally. The development and the manufacturing of these aeroplanes has all been made in Linköping, Sweden.
Both were mid-range, turboprop powered, passenger planes. The last civilian models made by Saab were the Saab 340 and Saab 2000. Saab has been making airplanes since the 1930s, and predecessors to the Gripen were among others the Lansen, the Draken and the Viggen. Currently, the main focus of the aircraft production is fighter aircraft, with the recent JAS 39 Gripen as the flagship model.
Investor AB also maintains a 20% share. From January 2005 BAE reduced its shareholding to 20%, which it views as a long term interest. Since 1998 BAE Systems has been the largest shareholder in Saab following its acquisition of a 35% stake from Investor AB by its predecessor, British Aerospace. .
Saab Automobile has not generated a profit since the complete GM takeover. General Motors bought 51 percent of the automobile division Saab Automobile in 1990, and acquired the rest a decade later. In 1969 Saab merged with the truck maker Scania-Vabis, and between 1969 and 1995 the company was called Saab-Scania AB. In the late 1950s SAAB then ventured into the computer market with Datasaab.
The first car was the Saab 92001 on June 10, 1947. Originally manufacturing aeroplanes, the company sought ways in which to diversify its business and in the late 1940s started to manufacture Saab Automobile, based in the city Trollhättan. Its name is an acronym for "Svenska Aeroplan AB," where "AB" stands for "aktiebolaget" ("limited company"). Saab is an aircraft and automobile concern based in Sweden, founded 1937 in Linköping.
Saab 2000. Saab 340. Saab 105. Saab 91 Safir.
Saab 90 Scandia. Saab 39 Gripen. Saab 37 Viggen. Saab 35 Draken.
Saab 32 Lansen. Saab 29 Tunnan. Saab 21R (jet). Saab 21 (push-prop).
Saab 18 (bomber). Saab 17 (bomber).