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February 7, 1993 | JAMES BATES and DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Like his high-profile record career, Jerry Rubinstein's business ventures have amounted to an endless search for hits. United Artists records was one early chart topper. Rubinstein and his partners bought and sold the company for a tidy profit in the 1970s. Then there was Bel-Air Savings, a small thrift he and some major Hollywood players sold with what, in hindsight, was perfect timing in 1987, just before the S&L industry unraveled. But with the hits have come some misses.
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February 7, 1993 | JAMES BATES and DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Like his high-profile record career, Jerry Rubinstein's business ventures have amounted to an endless search for hits. United Artists records was one early chart topper. Rubinstein and his partners bought and sold the company for a tidy profit in the 1970s. Then there was Bel-Air Savings, a small thrift he and some major Hollywood players sold with what, in hindsight, was perfect timing in 1987, just before the S&L industry unraveled. But with the hits have come some misses.
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February 25, 1987
Beverly Hills-based International Cablecasting Technologies Inc. appointed W. Thomas Oliver president and chief operating officer.
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February 4, 1994
Paramount Pictures, which has been suffering from uncertainty caused by the tug of war between QVC Network Inc. and Viacom Inc. over parent Paramount Communications Inc., scored a coup by signing director Walter Hill and his wife, Hildy Gottlieb, to a two-year non-exclusive deal. Hill is a prolific director and writer whose most recent film is "Geronimo: An American Legend" for Columbia. Hill also wrote, with Amy Jones, the screenplay for Universal's upcoming "The Getaway."
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June 27, 1990 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
The crystal clear sound that has made compact discs one of the fastest-selling consumer items is coming to cable this summer as three companies launch digital radio services aimed at duplicating the success of Home Box Office, MTV and other cable programs.
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