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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1996
Two men and a woman wanted in 16 bank robberies in Los Angeles and Orange counties were arrested Thursday after they allegedly held up a Harbor Bank branch in Long Beach, police said. The robbery occurred about 3:30 p.m. when three people, at least one of whom had a gun, entered the bank in the 6200 block of East 2nd Street, said Officer Maria Mendez-Lopez of the Long Beach Police Department. "It was the third time they had held up that particular bank," said Karen Kerr, a police spokeswoman.
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BUSINESS
February 16, 1995
Wendy Sorel has been named vice president at Harbor Bank and will be responsible for managing the bank's asset-based lending portfolio. Before joining the bank in 1992, Sorel worked in various operational and financial management positions. Sorel, who is a certified public accountant, lives in Huntington Beach. Long Beach-based Harbor Bank has Orange County offices in Irvine, Fountain Valley, Los Alamitos and Huntington Harbour. * Richard G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1987
Customers Watch Robbery: A man who threatened a bank teller with a handgun while customers looked on Tuesday escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said. Police Sgt. Bill Barrett said the bandit entered the Harbor Bank branch in the 5300 block of Katella Avenue shortly after 10 a.m., pulled out a gun and demanded cash. Some of the 10 customers in the bank were aware that a robbery was in progress because the gunman was "loud and threatening," Barrett said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1996
Two men and a woman wanted in 16 bank robberies in Los Angeles and Orange counties were arrested Thursday after they allegedly held up a Harbor Bank branch in Long Beach, police said. The robbery occurred about 3:30 p.m. when three people, at least one of whom had a gun, entered the bank in the 6200 block of East 2nd Street, said Officer Maria Mendez-Lopez of the Long Beach Police Department. "It was the third time they had held up that particular bank," said Karen Kerr, a police spokeswoman.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1986 | BILL RITTER
San Diego Chargers owner Alex Spanos is reportedly interested in buying the posh, 13-story, 264-room Radisson Hotel in Mission Valley, according to hotel industry sources. Hotel officials are mum on the subject, but industry sources believe the bid could range from $28 million to $32 million. The hotel's parent company has been in Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy since summer, following foreclosure attempts by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp.
NEWS
June 9, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
The probable selection of George Talin, a founder and major shareholder of the National Bank of Long Beach, as this city's next harbor commissioner has sparked once again a debate over whether bankers on the commission should bear an extra burden of financial disclosure because of possible hidden conflicts of interest.
NEWS
June 27, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
George F. Talin, a wealthy tire dealer active in charitable and civic organizations, was appointed Tuesday to a six-year term on the powerful Harbor Commission and will replace veteran Commissioner Richard Wilson next month. The City Council unanimously confirmed Mayor Ernie Kell's nomination of Talin as one of five directors of the semiautonomous Port of Long Beach, the West Coast's largest. It also appointed millionaire developer C.
NEWS
June 9, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
After a lengthy winnowing process, prominent businessman George Talin has emerged from a pack of Harbor Commission candidates and is the odds-on favorite for appointment to the prestigious commission in two weeks. The selection of Talin, 56, a wealthy tire dealer and bank director, as one of five commissioners of the semiautonomous Port of Long Beach would end lobbying of City Council members that began at least two years ago and has been waged in earnest for the last 90 days.
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.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1987
Customers Watch Robbery: A man who threatened a bank teller with a handgun while customers looked on Tuesday escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said. Police Sgt. Bill Barrett said the bandit entered the Harbor Bank branch in the 5300 block of Katella Avenue shortly after 10 a.m., pulled out a gun and demanded cash. Some of the 10 customers in the bank were aware that a robbery was in progress because the gunman was "loud and threatening," Barrett said.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1986 | BILL RITTER
San Diego Chargers owner Alex Spanos is reportedly interested in buying the posh, 13-story, 264-room Radisson Hotel in Mission Valley, according to hotel industry sources. Hotel officials are mum on the subject, but industry sources believe the bid could range from $28 million to $32 million. The hotel's parent company has been in Chapter 11 reorganization bankruptcy since summer, following foreclosure attempts by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp.
NEWS
June 27, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
George F. Talin, a wealthy tire dealer active in charitable and civic organizations, was appointed Tuesday to a six-year term on the powerful Harbor Commission and will replace veteran Commissioner Richard Wilson next month. The City Council unanimously confirmed Mayor Ernie Kell's nomination of Talin as one of five directors of the semiautonomous Port of Long Beach, the West Coast's largest. It also appointed millionaire developer C.
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.
BUSINESS
February 16, 1995
Wendy Sorel has been named vice president at Harbor Bank and will be responsible for managing the bank's asset-based lending portfolio. Before joining the bank in 1992, Sorel worked in various operational and financial management positions. Sorel, who is a certified public accountant, lives in Huntington Beach. Long Beach-based Harbor Bank has Orange County offices in Irvine, Fountain Valley, Los Alamitos and Huntington Harbour. * Richard G.
NEWS
June 9, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
The probable selection of George Talin, a founder and major shareholder of the National Bank of Long Beach, as this city's next harbor commissioner has sparked once again a debate over whether bankers on the commission should bear an extra burden of financial disclosure because of possible hidden conflicts of interest.
NEWS
June 9, 1985 | DARYL KELLEY, Times Staff Writer
After a lengthy winnowing process, prominent businessman George Talin has emerged from a pack of Harbor Commission candidates and is the odds-on favorite for appointment to the prestigious commission in two weeks. The selection of Talin, 56, a wealthy tire dealer and bank director, as one of five commissioners of the semiautonomous Port of Long Beach would end lobbying of City Council members that began at least two years ago and has been waged in earnest for the last 90 days.
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