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February 2, 2008 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Lovie Yancey, founder of the Fatburger restaurant chain, which began with a popular post-World War II hamburger stand in South Los Angeles, has died. She was 96. Yancey, who had pneumonia, died Jan. 26 at Olympia Medical Center in Los Angeles, said her daughter, Gwen Adair. Yancey had already operated a restaurant in Tucson and was living in Los Angeles in the late 1940s when she began thinking about launching a new food business.
September 19, 1986
Steve Penn has been named project manager for Home Capital Development Group.
February 20, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Word is out that financier Gary Winnick is quietly floating his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $225 million. Although anyone can ask any amount for a property, the 8.4-acre trophy property is for sale at the right price, said a person familiar with Winnick's real estate dealings. Winnick, the founder and chief executive of the investment firm Pacific Capital Group, had no comment. Winnick, who founded and later sold Global Crossing, bought the Bellagio Road mansion in 2000 from Dole Food Co. owner David Murdock.
January 23, 1985
Don R. Conlan has been elected president and a director of Capital Group Research Inc., a newly created investment research company within Capital Group Inc., a Los Angeles-based group of investment management companies. He remains Capital Group's chief economist and president and a director of Capital Strategy Research Inc., a subsidiary involved in international economic, government and political research. Conlan is the current chairman of the Conference of Business Economists.
April 10, 2014 | Roger Vincent
Designs for the long-anticipated Beverly Hills Waldorf Astoria, the luxury chain's first new U.S. outpost west of Chicago, have been unveiled with a flourish by local hotelier Beny Alagem. The 12-story Waldorf Astoria will stand at the intersection of Santa Monica and Wilshire boulevards next to the Beverly Hilton hotel. It will be a flagship for the Hilton company's top hotel brand, said Christopher Nassetta, chief executive of Hilton Worldwide. "When we are done, this will be one of the great hotels in the world," he said.
December 25, 2007 | Scott Martelle, Times Staff Writer
. -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney worked his way through a sprawling tailgate party at the annual Michigan-Michigan State college football game last month trying to forge his political future one handshake at a time. But he kept encountering the past. "Your father did great things for this state," one man told Romney before slipping off into the buoyant, milling crowd outside MSU's Spartan Stadium.
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