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October 1, 1996 | DAN ARRITT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not long ago, Edward Kelley spent 42 consecutive days running around a half-mile track in Queens, N.Y. He raced around that track from morning until night, averaging 130 laps a day. The incessant pounding against the concrete path caused his feet to swell, and his shoe size varied between 10 and 13. "Some days I would be wearing an 11 on one foot and a 12 on the other," Kelley recalled.
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October 1, 1996 | DAN ARRITT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not long ago, Edward Kelley spent 42 consecutive days running around a half-mile track in Queens, N.Y. He raced around that track from morning until night, averaging 130 laps a day. The incessant pounding against the concrete path caused his feet to swell, and his shoe size varied between 10 and 13. "Some days I would be wearing an 11 on one foot and a 12 on the other," Kelley recalled.
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July 10, 2009 | Times Wire Reports
Citigroup Inc. shuffled its top management again, naming its third chief financial officer of the year and bringing in a new head of its Citibank division as it returns its focus to traditional banking. Edward Kelly, who took over as the bank's finance chief in March, will become a vice chairman overseeing strategy and mergers. John Gerspach, 56, Citigroup's chief accounting officer, is taking over as CFO. Citigroup turned to an outsider, Eugene McQuade, to lead its main banking group.
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April 10, 2004
* Tyson Foods Inc., the world's largest meat processor, was fined $436,000 in the asphyxiation death of a worker at a Texarkana, Ark., plant. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued the citations after investigating the Oct. 10 death of Jason Edward Kelly, 31, at the company's River Valley animal feed plant. * UnumProvident Corp.
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November 12, 2007 | From Reuters
Chocolate maker Hershey Co. said Sunday that it had replaced eight members of its board of directors, the latest management shake-up in the weeks since the surprise retirement of Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Lenny.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1992 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Tired of risking their lives when they leave their homes, residents of La Conchita and Mussel Shoals are lobbying highway officials for a new interchange to replace left-turn lanes that require motorists to cross oncoming freeway traffic. A new set of on- and off-ramps for the small seaside communities 10 miles north of Ventura would close the last remaining gap in the Ventura Freeway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
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December 24, 1988 | ANTHONY JOSEPH, The Christian Science Monitor
Cut trees have an additional worth besides sawdust and lumber. The bark that gives trees lifetime protection can be returned to the soil as nugget mulch and soil conditioner to improve the earth. For many years, bark was a waste problem of the lumbering, paper and plywood industries. "But today we gather the bark at the scene of cutting operations, process, bag and ship the product for marketing," says Edward F. Kelly Jr., president of Greenlife Products in West Point, Va.
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November 9, 1997 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unable to win with 22 previous mounts in the Breeders' Cup, jockey Cash Asmussen was confident the drought was going to end Saturday. It didn't matter that he was riding in only one of the seven races. Not when the one horse he was aboard was Spinning World. Europe's top miler did his thing Saturday, winning the Breeders' Cup Mile by two lengths in a record-tying performance.
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