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December 30, 1990
In the interests of fairness and accuracy, we would like to clarify a key point about the profitability of Testing 1-2-3 to the hospitals. In the same week The Times article appeared, Michael Weinstein, CEO of AMI Medical Center of North Hollywood, reported in Healthcare Forum journal that 400 to 700 medical test screenings per week are performed in its Testing 1-2-3 center in Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, generating 25 to 35 physician referrals to...
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September 22, 1992 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toluca Pacific Securities Corp. in Burbank, its president, Peter Blowitz, and another of the brokerage's employees have been fined a total of nearly $200,000 by the National Assn. of Securities Dealers, which governs the NASDAQ stock market. The fines were imposed for two cases of alleged violations of NASD rules, including excessive markups of stock prices.
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BUSINESS
September 22, 1992 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toluca Pacific Securities Corp. in Burbank, its president, Peter Blowitz, and another of the brokerage's employees have been fined a total of nearly $200,000 by the National Assn. of Securities Dealers, which governs the NASDAQ stock market. The fines were imposed for two cases of alleged violations of NASD rules, including excessive markups of stock prices.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 1991
In the interests of fairness and accuracy, we would like to clarify a key point about the profitability of Testing 1-2-3 to the hospitals. In the same week The Times article appeared, Michael Weinstein, CEO of AMI Medical Center of North Hollywood, reported in Healthcare Forum journal that 400 to 700 medical test screenings per week are performed in its Testing 1-2-3 center in Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, generating 25 to 35 physician referrals to...
BUSINESS
November 3, 1992
E.N. Phillips Co., a shell company in Reseda, says it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Entertainment Gaming Inc. for an undisclosed amount of stock. Entertainment Gaming is a Denver concern trying to develop a resort and casino in Black Hawk, Colo., which legalized gambling in 1990. Phillips previously operated health-screening testing centers in shopping malls, but later abandoned the business. Separately, Phillips said Hal B.
BUSINESS
November 5, 1991
E. N. Phillips Co., a troubled Woodland Hills company, is no longer in negotiations to acquire Sierra Tech, a North Hollywood aircraft parts manufacturer. E. N. Phillips Chairman Hal B. Phillips said only that the proposed purchase "didn't meet the requirements that we had established . . . for the benefit of our shareholders. It was a thing that didn't fly." However, Sierra Tech Vice President Charles Platt said his company pulled out of the negotiations because of concerns about E .N.
BUSINESS
December 18, 1990 | PHILIPP GOLLNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Conveniently located across from See's Candy at the Sherman Oaks Fashion Square, there's a business called Testing 1-2-3 where shoppers can check their blood sugar and cholesterol levels. The center also offers 39 other health screenings, all supervised by a doctor or licensed technician, and most of them are free. It's one of nine shopping mall health centers opened by Woodland Hills-based E.N. Phillips Co.
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