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June 30, 1990 | JOHN CRUDELE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Equitec Financial Group, a troubled financial services and asset management company based in Oakland, is getting ready to turn over 27 of its choice real estate properties to Hallwood Group Inc., according to Wall Street sources. As part of the transaction--which is expected to be announced early next week--some 80,000 investors who own pieces of Equitec's limited partnerships will receive shares of a new master limited partnership that is being formed.
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June 30, 1990 | JOHN CRUDELE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Equitec Financial Group, a troubled financial services and asset management company based in Oakland, is getting ready to turn over 27 of its choice real estate properties to Hallwood Group Inc., according to Wall Street sources. As part of the transaction--which is expected to be announced early next week--some 80,000 investors who own pieces of Equitec's limited partnerships will receive shares of a new master limited partnership that is being formed.
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July 17, 1988
The languishing Old Towne Mall in Torrance has been purchased for $18.5 million by a Beverly Hills-based firm that plans a major renovation of the shopping center, real estate sources reported Friday. The new owner, Old Towne Mall Associates, will convert the 11-year-old enclosed mall to an open-air facility, said Richard A. Higgins of South Bay Commercial Real Estate Services Inc., which handled the transaction.
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June 25, 2004 | Josh Friedman
J. Thomas Talbot, an Orange County businessman and former director of the title insurance giant Fidelity National Financial Inc., was accused Thursday of trading on inside information in a civil suit brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Talbot bought and sold shares of LendingTree Inc. last year after learning at a Fidelity board meeting that the online lender would be acquired at a hefty premium, the SEC alleged.
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