September 12, 1997 |
Video surveillance has become commonplace in many American workplaces, but now this type of electronic snooping has reached a new frontier: the employee bathroom. That little-known fact was discovered this week by chagrined workers at the Consolidated Freightways truck terminal in the Riverside County community of Mira Loma. Many of the terminal's 600 employees are furious after learning that their restroom visits may have been captured on video.
August 27, 1996 |
Consolidated Freightways to Spin Off Subsidiary: Consolidated Freightways Inc. said it will spin off its largest subsidiary, CF MotorFreight, to avoid competition between its regional and national operations. After the transaction is completed, scheduled for the fourth quarter, the Palo Alto-based trucking company said, it will change its name to CNF Transportation Inc. The CF MotorFreight subsidiary is made up of a national less-than-truckload carrier and several Canadian businesses.
April 19, 1991
Recently, the Moorpark Unified school board saw fit to return a student to Chaparral Middle School, who, after a hearing, had been determined guilty of selling drugs to another student on campus. The recommendation of the principal and the superintendent of the district was to expel the student, but the board immediately suspended that expulsion as they did in a similar situation two years ago. As a caring staff, we adamantly protest the action of the board.
August 28, 1990
Helena Cobban argues that Israel is "irrelevant to the American campaign in the gulf, and, at worst, seriously detrimental to it" ("Strategic Ally, Strategic Myth," Commentary, Aug. 16). Moreover, she questions the overall value of the U.S.-Israel strategic cooperation which has been developed over the past decade. She is wrong on both counts. If Arab readiness to join with the U.S.