April 26, 1989 |
President Bush on Tuesday named Bonnie Guiton, assistant secretary of education for vocational and adult education, to be director of the Office of Consumer Affairs in the Department of Health and Human Services.
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March 19, 1987 |
President Reagan plans to nominate Bonnie Guiton, former vice president and general manager of the Kaiser Center in Oakland, as an assistant secretary of education, the White House announced Wednesday.
February 6, 1997 |
Los Angeles-based Times Mirror Co. said Bonnie Guiton Hill has been elected a vice president and was named president and chief executive of the Times Mirror Foundation. . . . Santa Monica-based Tradelink International said it intends to purchase Vector Aeromotive Corp. Terms were not disclosed.
June 18, 1999
The Times Mirror Foundation announced Thursday that Michelle Williams, editor of The Times' Southern California Living section, has been appointed to the new position of the foundation's executive director. Williams, 42, will work with representatives of the nonprofit community, seek and promote philanthropic initiatives, provide support for the grant review committee on journalism and visit community organizations.
August 21, 1998 |
The Los Angeles Times announced Thursday the appointments of three senior vice presidents and an assistant to Kathryn Downing, president and chief executive officer of The Times. Bonnie Guiton Hill was named to the new position of senior vice president of community relations for The Times. Richard W. Stanton, who has been assistant to The Times' president and chief executive officer, has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer for the paper. Julie K.
June 13, 1990 |
A House subcommittee and the Bush Administration appeared to be moving closer to agreement Tuesday on legislation that would put greater limits on the private data banks--including Orange-based TRW Credit Data--that keep computerized credit records on millions of Americans. An Administration representative, the Federal Trade Commission and public interest groups backed many of the major provisions of a compromise bill.