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October 12, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
American media keep using "brash" to describe Australian financiers, including Christopher Skase. But the label just doesn't seem to fit this 40-year-old television broadcasting baron from Brisbane, who has one foot firmly in Hollywood. In an interview Tuesday, the sartorially exact Aussie came across as cautious and methodical, talking circumspectly about plans to expand his U.S. toehold by, oh, maybe $1 billion or $2 billion.
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BUSINESS
October 12, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
American media keep using "brash" to describe Australian financiers, including Christopher Skase. But the label just doesn't seem to fit this 40-year-old television broadcasting baron from Brisbane, who has one foot firmly in Hollywood. In an interview Tuesday, the sartorially exact Aussie came across as cautious and methodical, talking circumspectly about plans to expand his U.S. toehold by, oh, maybe $1 billion or $2 billion.
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June 10, 1988 | From States News Service
Two directors of HRI Group Inc. have each sold 200,000 HRI common shares to Qintex Media BV privately for $5 a share, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Hal E. Gaba, who is also vice chairman of the HRI board, is expected to resign from the company and sign a consulting agreement with Qintex America Ltd. according to the filing. Robin H.
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