May 26, 1995 |
Howard Hughes Corp. to Study Recapitalization: The Las Vegas-based real estate firm and operating arm of the Howard R. Hughes Jr. estate hired Morgan Stanley Realty to "evaluate a broad range of recapitalization alternatives." The firm said it wants to provide the company's owners opportunities to diversify their personal investment portfolios and find additional ways to finance development sites. Howard Hughes officials were not available for further comment.
February 23, 1996 |
Howard Hughes Corp., owner of the vast real estate empire amassed by the eccentric billionaire, agreed Thursday to be acquired by prominent East Coast developer Rouse Co. in a $520-million deal. The agreement, which includes major developments in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, would allow the more than 300 heirs to the Hughes fortune to cash in their stake in the privately held, Las Vegas-based firm. The company will keep its top management and operate as a subsidiary of Rouse.
December 15, 2004 |
Before he produced and directed the 1930 World War I epic "Hell's Angels," Howard Hughes was already an established Hollywood producer. One of his productions won an Oscar for its director, another was nominated for best film, and a third even had a daring nude scene by one of silent cinema's leading femmes fatales.
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January 19, 1996
Pioneer aviator Bobbi Trout still remembers being enthralled when she saw her first airplane as a child in the early 1900s. She knew then she would one day fly. Trout did not have long to wait. In 1927 she became only the fifth woman in the nation to receive a pilot's license. She immediately began setting world records, flying experimental planes and becoming one of the country's most influential women aviators.
June 23, 2003 |
It was the kind of legislation that slips under the radar here. The name alone made the eyes glaze over: "The Clark County Conservation of Public Land and Natural Resources Act of 2002." In a welter of technical jargon, it dealt with boundary shifts, land trades and other arcane matters -- all in Nevada. As he introduced it, Nevada's senior U.S.