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December 11, 1994
Thomas L. Gutshall will join CV Therapeutics, an emerging biopharmaceutical company based on molecular cardiology, as president and chief operating officer. He will report to Louis G. Lange, chairman and chief executive. Gutshall, 56, will join the Palo Alto firm in January. He was also elected to CV's board, effective immediately. He has been executive vice president of Syntex Corp. Benjamin Benya has been named media director for Chiat/Day in Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
November 7, 1995 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
International Paper Co., Johnson & Johnson, Central & South West Corp. and several other companies announced takeover agreements Monday, contributing to what appeared to be a record day for corporate marriages. The deals, along with First Interstate Bancorp's announcement of its proposed acquisition by First Bank System Inc., totaled more than $19 billion in value--clinching a record year for company mergers.
BUSINESS
April 25, 1995 | KAREN KAPLAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There is no faster way to grow than buying another company--that's why you hear a lot about corporate takeovers. And in 1994, it seems, buying was the way to grow. Like last year's Times 100 growth chart-topper Mycogen Corp., a San Diego biotechnology concern, several of the leaders in the 1994 Times Growth 100 are firms that spent last year buying other companies. Here's a look at how California companies grew last year. First, a few that took over other companies: ThermoLase Corp.
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