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July 14, 2004 | From Associated Press
Oracle Corp. named Harry You as its chief financial officer, completing a six-month search. Redwood City, Calif.-based Oracle lured You from Accenture, a technology services consulting firm where he had been CFO since 2001. Before joining Accenture, You held corporate finance positions at Morgan Stanley and Lehman Bros. Oracle's shares declined 9 cents to $11.00 on Nasdaq.
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BUSINESS
July 14, 2004 | From Associated Press
Oracle Corp. named Harry You as its chief financial officer, completing a six-month search. Redwood City, Calif.-based Oracle lured You from Accenture, a technology services consulting firm where he had been CFO since 2001. Before joining Accenture, You held corporate finance positions at Morgan Stanley and Lehman Bros. Oracle's shares declined 9 cents to $11.00 on Nasdaq.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 1988 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
Brandon Tartikoff admits to having been bemused when Michael Landon first came into his office and said he wanted to follow up his nine years on "Little House on the Prairie" by writing, producing and starring in a TV series in which he would portray an angel. "I said, 'The critics are going to have a field day with this!' " said Tartikoff, NBC's entertainment president. "But Landon told me, 'I don't much care what they say.
BUSINESS
December 31, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
Oracle Corp. fired PeopleSoft Corp.'s co-president and chief financial officer, Kevin Parker, and three other top executives, replacing them with Oracle executives as part of its $10.3-billion takeover. Oracle dismissed W. Phillip Wilmington, co-president; Nanci Caldwell, chief marketing officer; and James Shaughnessy, general counsel, according to a regulatory filing Thursday. Redwood City, Calif.-based Oracle named its top executives, Co-Presidents Charles Phillips Jr. and Safra Catz and Chief Financial Officer Harry You, to the same posts at PeopleSoft.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1992 | AL MARTINEZ
My friend Harry Seymour telephoned the other day from Bakersfield. He was driving down from Oakland for a visit and wanted to know how to get to our place. I said, "Simple. You take the 5 south to the 405 south to the 134 north or maybe it's the 101 north at that point and you . . . " "Wait a minute," he said. "How can I take the 405 south and then take the 101 or the 134 north? Won't I be going back in the same direction from whence I came?" I said, "Well, not exactly.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 1990 | Jack Mathews, This article was written by Times film editor Jack Mathews from reporting by himself, Elaine Dutka and Nina J. Easton.
* A film producer sends 10 copies of a script to 10 different directors, attaching notes to each one saying, "You're my first choice." An ethical lapse? Ten little white lies? Or business as usual? * A major studio agrees to a star's salary demand, but insists on paying some of it "on the side" so the true amount won't be used by agents of other actors as leverage in future negotiations. Deceit? Or just a savvy competitive dodge?
OPINION
September 19, 2003 | Harold Bloom, Harold Bloom is a professor at Yale, a literary critic and author of "The Western Canon," (Riverhead Books, 1995).
The decision to give the National Book Foundation's annual award for "distinguished contribution" to Stephen King is extraordinary, another low in the shocking process of dumbing down our cultural life. I've described King in the past as a writer of penny dreadfuls, but perhaps even that is too kind. He shares nothing with Edgar Allan Poe. What he is is an immensely inadequate writer, on a sentence-by-sentence, paragraph-by-paragraph, book-by-book basis.
BOOKS
December 10, 1989
To Janis and Harry Kerker: You are right on in your choices and your judgment. It seems inane to me for a couple to have children, then farm them out to be nurtured by (1) a person who sometimes does not speak the family language, (2) a person with a below-standard education, (3) a person who does not possess the family's goals, objectives and approach to life. I could say a lot on the subject of raising children--because my three are grown college graduates.
NEWS
February 12, 1997 | ROBIN ABCARIAN
The aging actress sits alone onstage in a pool of light, holding a script. The audience watches from the darkness. Joan Hotchkis is reenacting a casting call for a commercial. Not exactly the pinnacle of her career aspirations, but hey, it's work. As she relives the scene, she muses about some of the actresses waiting their turn; they are competitors for the gig. Boy, she thinks, some of them are hardly recognizable these days. Skin so taut from face-lifts. Those perpetually surprised looks.
BUSINESS
November 4, 2005 | From Reuters
Oracle Corp. Chief Financial Officer Greg Maffei resigned Thursday after a short tenure marked by an uneasy relationship with top executives at the business software maker. Oracle said co-President Safra Catz would take over from Maffei, who leaves the company Nov. 15 for a position with another company. His departure makes Catz the company's fourth chief financial officer in two years.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2012 | By Meredith Blake
When pictures of Prince Harry partying in the buff surfaced last week, the entire world - with the exception of Queen Elizabeth, we're guessing - reacted with prurient glee. And no one, it seems, is more excited about catching a glimpse of Prince Harry's jewels than departing “America's Got Talent” judge Sharon Osbourne. On “The Late Show” Monday, David Letterman asked Osbourne what she thought about the nudie photo scandal. “He's stunning,  he's so stunning,” she said, gasping with excitement.
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