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REAL ESTATE
February 24, 1985
The 400-room hotel and health club that was proposed in Santa Monica as part of the $200-million Colorado Place may not be built after all, according to Paul Giuntini, president of Pasadena-based Southmark Pacific Corp., which has just purchased Becket Investment Corp.'s general partnership interest in the office-restaurant complex at Cloverfield Boulevard and 26th Street. "We're in the process of analyzing Phase 2," Giuntini said. "We're studying the feasibility of the hotel.
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BUSINESS
May 26, 1999 | DIANE SEO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Attorneys general from California and 15 other states have proposed restrictions on deals between corporations and nonprofit groups that authorities say can mislead consumers. The charities fear that the proposal could jeopardize revenue of up to $500 million annually. At a conference in New York that ended Tuesday, authorities unveiled a plan that would ban exclusive partnerships between marketers and charitable groups.
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BUSINESS
August 2, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few months ago, the obstacles that stood between American Wireless Systems Inc. and thousands of potential pay-TV customers were hills and trees, which sometimes block microwave radio broadcasts to home antennas. Now, the company's hurdles include probes by federal investigators and state securities regulators, and a national controversy about con artists operating in the wireless cable industry.
BUSINESS
August 2, 1992 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few months ago, the obstacles that stood between American Wireless Systems Inc. and thousands of potential pay-TV customers were hills and trees, which sometimes block microwave radio broadcasts to home antennas. Now, the company's hurdles include probes by federal investigators and state securities regulators, and a national controversy about con artists operating in the wireless cable industry.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1985
The Denver-based aircraft company, which had been attempting to develop an experimental executive plastic-like aircraft with a rear propeller, filed for Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. It listed assets of $7 million and liabilities of $475 million. The filing came just a few days after the principals, including the widow of aviation pioneer William Lear, created a general partnership apparently intended to retain the manufacturing rights to the project.
NEWS
December 17, 1987
The six-story Harbor Bank Building in Long Beach has been sold for $21 million to a foreign investment group, according to officials of Bank of America Investment Real Estate Group. The investment group refused to name the buyers nor their nationality in the purchase of the 3-year-old building at 11 Golden Shore Blvd. The property is being sold by Golden Shore Professional Building, a general partnership, which built the ocean-view building.
NEWS
September 11, 1986 | JEFFREY S. KLEIN
Many people dream of being their own boss and running a small business. The dream usually has you sitting on the beach in Tahiti because the wildly successful, well-oiled operation you started now runs itself, thanks to the excellent staff you hired and the policies and procedures you put in place.
BUSINESS
February 21, 1986 | BILL RITTER, San Diego County Business Editor
A federal court judge on Thursday froze the assets of Doerring & Associates, the financially strapped real estate investment firm that has been accused by regulators of fraud and securities violations. U.S. District Judge Edward J. Schwartz, overseeing a standing-room-only, 5 1/2-hour hearing that at times wastension-packed but in the end uneventful, also continued a stay on the operations of Doerring's 80 limited partnerships.
NEWS
December 17, 1987
The six-story Harbor Bank Building in Long Beach has been sold for $21 million to a foreign investment group, according to officials of Bank of America Investment Real Estate Group. The investment group refused to name the buyers nor their nationality in the purchase of the 3-year-old building at 11 Golden Shore Blvd. The property is being sold by Golden Shore Professional Building, a general partnership, which built the ocean-view building.
NEWS
September 11, 1986 | JEFFREY S. KLEIN
Many people dream of being their own boss and running a small business. The dream usually has you sitting on the beach in Tahiti because the wildly successful, well-oiled operation you started now runs itself, thanks to the excellent staff you hired and the policies and procedures you put in place.
BUSINESS
February 21, 1986 | BILL RITTER, San Diego County Business Editor
A federal court judge on Thursday froze the assets of Doerring & Associates, the financially strapped real estate investment firm that has been accused by regulators of fraud and securities violations. U.S. District Judge Edward J. Schwartz, overseeing a standing-room-only, 5 1/2-hour hearing that at times wastension-packed but in the end uneventful, also continued a stay on the operations of Doerring's 80 limited partnerships.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1985
The Denver-based aircraft company, which had been attempting to develop an experimental executive plastic-like aircraft with a rear propeller, filed for Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. It listed assets of $7 million and liabilities of $475 million. The filing came just a few days after the principals, including the widow of aviation pioneer William Lear, created a general partnership apparently intended to retain the manufacturing rights to the project.
BUSINESS
April 19, 1987 | LESLIE BERKMAN, Times Staff Writer
Orange County will soon join Dallas in the limelight of a television series. The success of the new series, however, will not be measured in Nielsen ratings but in the yen it can attract; the show is targeted for Japanese businessmen. The three-hour, three-part series portraying Orange County's business and investment potential is scheduled to air early this summer in Los Angeles on Channel 18's Japan News Magazine and later on two major networks in Japan.
BUSINESS
May 26, 1999 | DIANE SEO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Attorneys general from California and 15 other states have proposed restrictions on deals between corporations and nonprofit groups that authorities say can mislead consumers. The charities fear that the proposal could jeopardize revenue of up to $500 million annually. At a conference in New York that ended Tuesday, authorities unveiled a plan that would ban exclusive partnerships between marketers and charitable groups.
REAL ESTATE
February 24, 1985
The 400-room hotel and health club that was proposed in Santa Monica as part of the $200-million Colorado Place may not be built after all, according to Paul Giuntini, president of Pasadena-based Southmark Pacific Corp., which has just purchased Becket Investment Corp.'s general partnership interest in the office-restaurant complex at Cloverfield Boulevard and 26th Street. "We're in the process of analyzing Phase 2," Giuntini said. "We're studying the feasibility of the hotel.
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