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January 27, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Shares in Kennedy-Wilson Inc. rose 25% after the real estate services firm said it formed a unit to manage its venture capital investments in business-to-business firms. Beverly Hills-based Kennedy-Wilson rose $2.06 to close at $10.31 on Nasdaq. Earlier the shares touched $11.25. Kennedy-Wilson formed Global Technology Corp. to manage its investments in companies such as PropertyFirst.com, an Internet-based commercial listing company, broadband provider Hotwire Inc. and EProperty.
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April 20, 2007 | Adrian G. Uribarri, Times Staff Writer
Sergio Suarez has designed battleships, a castle and a jumbo jet. His laboratory holds computers with 3-D engineering software, about 25 colleagues and robotic arms. Suarez, 17, is a junior at Monroe High School in North Hills. His lab is his classroom. And since his sister became a flight attendant when he was 10 or 11, he's wanted to be an architectural engineer, specializing in aviation. "I want to build hangars," he said.
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