Newsreel: TRM Microwave buys product line; 7,751 Acura sedans recalled; New Zealand lures 'Avatar' sequels
BEDFORD — TRM Microwave, a designer and manufacturer of microwave and radio frequency components and subassemblies located at 280 South River Road, has purchased the high-power product line of Putnam RF Components of Manchester.
Founded in 1970, TRM designs and manufactures custom and standard radio frequency and microwave components and integrated assemblies and subsystems for defense, space, and commercial applications.
DETROIT — Honda Motor Co. said on Monday it is recalling 7,751 Acura RLX sedans in the United States and Canada to replace rear suspension bolts that may not have been properly tightened.
Affected in the recall were 7,387 cars in the United States and 364 in Canada, a company spokesman said.
Mail notification of the recall will begin in early January, Honda said.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Director James Cameron will shoot the next three sequels to "Avatar," the highest grossing movie of all time, in New Zealand after the South Pacific nation increased subsidies to filmmakers.
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