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                                ELECTRONICS
INDUSTRY RANK 1998 STD MVA RANK 1998 ABSOLUTE MVA NAM
      1               6                190        Rodger B. Dowdell, Jr.
      2              49                251        Olin B. King
      3              59                 99        Koichi Nishimura
      4              68                244        Timothy J. Barbera
      5              72                233        Jure Sola
INDUSTRY RANK START DATE COMPANY                   1998 MVA ($ MILLIONS)
      1          1985    American Power Conversion         3,881
      2          1961    SCL Systems                       2,623
      3          1991    Solectron                         9,836
      4          1984    Septacor                          2,785
      5          1991    Sanmina                           3,099
INDUSTRY RANK START DATE MVA DELTA MVA DELTA MVA/BEG
      1             16         8,865      1487.11
      2              6         2,616       124.03
      3            227         9,608       101.79
      4             69         2,717        75.09
      5            180         2,919        70.58
 6  82 264 William D. Moreon     1988 Jobil Circuit           2,497    50
 7 165  64 Charles F. Knight     1973 Emerson Electric       18,741 1,081
 8 175 452 David W. Thompson     1982 Orbital Sciences        1,018    57
 9 182 187 Frederick A. Krehbial 1988 Molex                   4,462   553
10 314 242 Tony L. White         1995 Perkin Elmer            3,778 1,022
11 348 430 G. J. Ratcliffe       1988 Hubbell                 1,466   431
12 372 502 Richard G. Sim        1995 Applied Power             931   179
13 471 389 George W. Chamillard  1997 Terodyne                2,078   852
14 473 205 Michael R. Bonsignore 1993 Honeywell               5,493 1,991
15 510 529 Leon Machiz           1988 Avnel                     772   106
16 622 618 Jerom J. Mayer        1990 Tektronix                  17   412
17 689 683 Michael R. Brown      1998 Litton Industries         979   833
18 707 709 Richard A. Kashnow    1995 Raychem                 1,383 1,359
19 733 795 Don H. Davis Jr.      1997 Rockwell International    123   267
20 735 728 Martin H. Loeffler    1996 Amphenol                  719   754
21 754 754 Clyde R. Moore        1997 Thomas & Betts          1,092 1,262
22 818 772 Benedict P. Rosn      1997 AVX Corporation           564   843
23 872 805 Arthur M. Hawkins     1985 Exide                     -65   376
24 898 774 Felix Zandman         1962 Vishay Intertechnology   -277    16
 6  2,447  55.16
 7 17,660  12.98
 8    961  11.07
 9  3,909  10.61
10  2,756   2.94
11  1,035   2.48
12    752   2.12
13  1,227   1.08
14  3,501   1.07
15    666   0.85
16    395   0.31
17    146   0.05
18     24   0.01
19   -391   0.04
20    -35   0.05
21   -170  -0.09
22   -279  -0.35
23   -441  -1.17
24   -293 -10.90
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