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January 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Union Vote Withdrawn: The Graphic Communications International Union moved to withdraw its petition with the National Labor Relations Board seeking a vote on union representation of about 800 pressroom employees of the Los Angeles Times. The GCIU filed its petition for an election in October, and the vote had been scheduled for Thursday. William C. Torrence, an international vice president of the union, said he believed that the GCIU could not win the election. EuGene L. Falk, Times executive vice president for administration, said the union's decision "supports our belief that employees value The Times' long tradition of dealing directly and informally with its employees, without the need for a third party to act as go-between."
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August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
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BUSINESS
March 22, 1990
EuGene L. Falk has been named to the new position of executive vice president-administration of the Los Angeles Times. The appointment will be effective in May. Falk will be responsible for The Times' production, operations, information systems, administrative and technical services areas, and will report to Richard T. Schlosberg III, president and chief operating officer of The Times.
BUSINESS
January 29, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Union Vote Withdrawn: The Graphic Communications International Union moved to withdraw its petition with the National Labor Relations Board seeking a vote on union representation of about 800 pressroom employees of the Los Angeles Times. The GCIU filed its petition for an election in October, and the vote had been scheduled for Thursday. William C. Torrence, an international vice president of the union, said he believed that the GCIU could not win the election. EuGene L. Falk, Times executive vice president for administration, said the union's decision "supports our belief that employees value The Times' long tradition of dealing directly and informally with its employees, without the need for a third party to act as go-between."
BUSINESS
August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
BUSINESS
December 23, 1992
Keating Rhoads has been appointed vice president of operations at the Los Angeles Times, effective Jan. 1, 1993, David Laventhol, publisher and chief executive of The Times, announced. Rhoads, 43, will be responsible for all production, transportation and systems operations at The Times' three plants in Los Angeles, Orange County and the San Fernando Valley. Rhoads, who is now director of operations for The Times, will report to EuGene L.
BUSINESS
November 1, 1991 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles Times and eight other organizations received the first presidential gold medals for environmental and conservation achievement at a White House Rose Garden ceremony Thursday. Before presenting the nine awards and 23 citations--including one to 12 Times Mirror magazines for their environmental education and communications--President Bush referred to his visit last month to the Grand Canyon, where he launched an appeal for conservation.
BUSINESS
August 16, 1995
Michael G. Rose, formerly president and chief executive of Times Mirror Multimedia, has been named to the new position of vice president of consumer marketing at the Los Angeles Times effective Aug. 28, Richard T. Schlosberg III, the newspaper's publisher and chief executive, said Tuesday. Rose will oversee The Times' circulation and promotion departments and will develop marketing programs aimed at increasing the newspaper's subscriber and reader franchises in Southern California.
BUSINESS
March 22, 1990
EuGene L. Falk has been named to the new position of executive vice president-administration of the Los Angeles Times. The appointment will be effective in May. Falk will be responsible for The Times' production, operations, information systems, administrative and technical services areas, and will report to Richard T. Schlosberg III, president and chief operating officer of The Times.
BUSINESS
January 27, 1992
The Los Angeles Times announced the appointment of three new vice presidents, a move that Publisher David Laventhol said will "strengthen The Times' management and organizational structure." R. Marilyn Lee, director of employee relations, was promoted to vice president of employee relations; William R. Isinger, director of finance, was promoted to vice president of finance, and Jeffrey S.
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April 7, 1994 | From a Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Richard T. Schlosberg III on Wednesday announced a series of organizational changes aimed at strengthening the newspaper's operations. William R. Isinger, previously vice president of finance, was promoted to the new position of senior vice president for finance. Isinger, 46, will oversee the newspaper's administrative services and purchasing departments and continue to supervise its finance, accounting and information systems departments.
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