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BUSINESS
April 6, 2010 | By Nathan Olivarez-Giles
Public Storage, the nation's largest self-storage company, is expanding, taking advantage of tough times in the industry. In a deal worth about $189 million, the Glendale company is buying 30 facilities from an owner that has run into difficulties. "The storage industry has been in turmoil, and our competitors have come to us to see if we'd be willing to buy their properties," company spokesman Clem Teng said Monday. "This deal comes in at just under $100 per square foot, which in today's market is pretty hard to duplicate, especially in L.A. and Chicago."
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NATIONAL
June 3, 2013 | By Brian Bennett, Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - More than 1,300 minors - including several dozen 14 or younger - were held for days in immigration detention facilities for adults over a four-year period when the Obama administration ramped up deportations, according to a new report by an advocacy group. The proposed immigration overhaul in the Senate aims to improve detention conditions for immigrants without legal status, but critics say the stiffer enforcement of border security will create additional backlogs for already overcrowded facilities.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Boeing Co. will spend $100 million to set up an aircraft maintenance facility in India as more carriers in the country purchase airplanes to expand. Boeing also agreed to spend 85 billion rupees ($1.9 billion) for equipment from India after Air India Ltd., the nation's biggest overseas airline, agreed to buy $11 billion worth of planes. Airlines in India ordered more than 200 planes valued at $24 billion last year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1988 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
A Port of Los Angeles plan to move hazardous facilities away from populated areas has come under fire from Wilmington residents, who worry that it will stand in the way of a consultant's proposal for revitalizing their community. The consultant, former Los Angeles Planning Director Calvin Hamilton, has proposed giving Wilmington recreational access to the waterfront at the harbor's Slip No. 5, which is at the foot of Avalon Boulevard.
BUSINESS
June 29, 2000 | From Associated Press
Seed producer Seminis Inc. on Wednesday said it will eliminate about 600 jobs and 15 production facilities in a global restructuring plan designed to reduce costs by $136 million over the next five years. Saticoy-based Seminis will take a pretax restructuring charge of $36 million, or 61 cents per share, in fiscal 2000 to cover restructuring costs. It wasn't immediately clear which plants will be closed.
NEWS
April 16, 1987 | STEPHEN BRAUN, Times Staff Writer
West Hollywood planning officials have begun research to determine whether the City Council should encourage development of residential care centers for AIDS patients, handicapped residents, infirm senior citizens and runaway youths in the city. At the request of Councilwoman Abbe Land, city planners are looking into the potential effects of such centers, their legal implications and licensing hurdles.
BUSINESS
January 8, 2014 | By David Pierson
The U.S. Department of Agriculture suspended operations at a Foster Farms poultry plant Wednesday because of a cockroach infestation. The plant, which is located in Livingston, Calif., 25 miles southeast of Modesto, was one of three Foster Farms facilities linked to a salmonella outbreak that has sickened at least 416 people nationwide since last March. "Our inspectors wrote several noncompliance reports for insanitary conditions at the plant and then took the action to suspend today," Adam Tarr, a spokesman for the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service, said in an email Wednesday.
SPORTS
February 22, 1985 | MARC APPLEMAN, Times Staff Writer
Playing in ramshackle ballparks, Satchel Paige and Josh Gibson barnstormed for years, throwing no-hitters and hitting mammoth home runs. On a team of glittering stars, they won consistently in less-than-ideal conditions. The era of the Negro Leagues is long over, but the conditions do not seem much better for the sixth-ranked San Diego State baseball team. This is a team that each year holds its own against some of the best teams in the country--Arizona State, Arizona, USC and Hawaii.
BUSINESS
April 9, 1993 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Community Psychiatric Centers, preparing to close or sell some of its psychiatric hospitals and cut as much as 10% of its work force, said Thursday that it posted a loss of $37.9 million for its latest fiscal quarter. The psychiatric hospital chain, which has 53 facilities worldwide, last month warned investors to expect the red ink, the bulk of which results from writing off the cost of severance packages and assets as part of the restructuring of an unspecified number of hospital facilities.
OPINION
September 25, 2010
Federal policy on immigration has tilted toward enforcement in recent years, and the number of deportation proceedings has risen sharply. As a result, the nation's detention centers, where immigrants often are held while their cases are adjudicated, have become increasingly overburdened. One of the many negative consequences of the 60% increase in the number of people held since 2004 is detainees' dwindling access to legal counsel. Having a lawyer makes a difference. A 2005 Migration Policy Institute study found that the odds of success double when detainees seeking to become lawful permanent citizens have attorneys.
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