April 4, 1999
Randy Yeager is the new president and chief operating officer of Anaheim-based 3 Day Blinds Inc., a manufacturer and retailer of window coverings. He was formerly president and chief executive of Ralston Enterprises in Tustin, and before that was director of retail stores for the Eddie Bauer company. * Cheryl Isen has been named vice president of corporate communications for VitalCom Inc. in Tustin. She joined the company last year as senior director of corporate communications.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1999 |
The second Target store in Irvine will open Wednesday at the Marketplace Irvine, marking the grand opening of the shopping center's third addition. The Marketplace, a multiplex of shops, restaurants and cinemas, is on both sides of Jamboree Road just north of the Santa Ana Freeway. The third phase, on Jamboree between Bryan Avenue and Irvine Boulevard, will house about 20 stores filling 427,000 square feet of space. About 80% of the new complex is already leased, said Jeff Dodd, Irvine Co.
October 15, 1999
Michael Patrick has been appointed vice president of Datum Inc. and president of Datum-Irvine. He had been Datum-Irvine's executive vice president of operations. Patrick joined Datum in May 1998 as vice president of operations. Before that, he was vice president of operations at Interstate Electronics Corp. * Jon Engleking has been named chief operating officer of E-Commerce Exchange in Irvine. He had been executive vice president.
February 6, 1994 |
Two forms of relief were set up last week in Southwest Los Angeles to aid individuals and businesses still in need after the Jan. 17 earthquake. West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Jefferson Park joined forces with the Salvation Army to set up a disaster relief center for displaced individuals and families at the church-owned 20th Century Plastics building at 3628 Crenshaw Blvd. West Angeles communications director James Thomas said the timing of the joint venture could not have been better.
May 19, 1998 |
The value of venture capital deals in Southern California doubled in the first quarter as the surging economy drew investors to promising communications, software, biotechnology, retail and Internet-related companies, a survey found. Venture capital firms invested $231.5 million in businesses in the Los Angeles-Orange counties region in the first three months of the year, up from $113.
HOME & GARDEN
May 11, 1991 |
Question: We recently bought a home with a beautiful polished-oak staircase. We love looking at it, but we have a problem walking on it. It's very slippery when you have dress shoes, and my wife and I have had several near accidents when walking downstairs. Would it be a good idea to refinish the staircase with a top coat that wouldn't be so slippery? T.L.