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April 6, 2007 | Larry Gordon
USC professor James G. Ellis will be the next dean of the USC Marshall School of Business, campus officials said. The appointment, effective immediately, is for a five-year term. Ellis, a USC professor for 10 years and a vice provost for globalization, replaces interim Dean Thomas Gilligan at the business school, which enrolls nearly 5,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Ellis is a former executive with Broadway department stores and the American Porsche Design company. Larry Gordon
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April 6, 2007 | Larry Gordon
USC professor James G. Ellis will be the next dean of the USC Marshall School of Business, campus officials said. The appointment, effective immediately, is for a five-year term. Ellis, a USC professor for 10 years and a vice provost for globalization, replaces interim Dean Thomas Gilligan at the business school, which enrolls nearly 5,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Ellis is a former executive with Broadway department stores and the American Porsche Design company. Larry Gordon
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BUSINESS
February 2, 1986
Samuel J. Tucker has been named chairman of American PD Co., which distributes Porsche-design products in the United States. He is succeeded as president by James G. Ellis.
BUSINESS
February 17, 2014 | By Ronald D. White
USC is out to create a new breed of entrepreneur - one that can turn social causes into money makers. The university is launching a master's degree program, starting with the upcoming fall semester, to teach traditional business skills to students interested in issues of social significance. The goal is to build hybrid nonprofits or socially active businesses that are better able to sustain themselves and their missions. “The idea is to merge the consciousness and the thought process of entrepreneurs to solve societal issues,” said James G. Ellis, dean of the USC Marshall School of Business.
SPORTS
May 15, 2004 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
After a brief stint in the minor leagues, pitcher Mark Prior graduated to the majors with the Chicago Cubs early in the 2002 season and became a National League All-Star last year. On Friday, Prior graduated from USC and was one of two students who delivered short speeches before a full house at the Shrine Auditorium during commencement exercises for USC's Marshall School of Business. The ceremony also featured an address from Dick Cook, chairman of Walt Disney Studios.
NEWS
June 15, 1989 | Bea Maxwell
The golf and tennis tournament sponsored by NutraSweet Classic May 8 at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades raised $97,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. James G. Ellis was chair. A grand total of $600,000 was raised for the foundation by the NutraSweet tournaments in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, New York and Chicago in April, May and June. The first KFAC/Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Radiothon broadcast May 20-2l netted about $85,000 for the orchestra. More than $24,000 was offered in challenge grants by individuals and corporations.
SPORTS
February 19, 2014 | Chris Erskine
The reigning Coolest Guy on the Planet is on the phone, sounding a lot like your old man. What? "I think when an employer pays you $2, you ought to give him $3 worth of work," Pete Carroll is saying from Seattle. Gather 'round, folks, for I'm about to pass along a gateway to the future - shiny as a Lombardi Trophy - where you make the most of every moment, don't whine, never quit, and refuse to worry about what your opponents are up to. It's a liberating new approach based on some fatherly old advice.
BUSINESS
January 20, 1999 | CYNDIA ZWAHLE
If the thought of working for your dad makes your palms sweat, imagine if he handed you control of his multimillion-dollar company just before the bottom dropped out of the economy. For Marcia Huntley, 47, president of a steel pipe manufacturing company in Los Angeles and daughter of the now-retired owner, it turned into a nightmare of sleepless nights, agonizing layoffs and rebuffed attempts to resign.
BUSINESS
July 13, 1988 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
It's vacation time, and you're about to head off to Europe. Where are you going to get all those little necessities that you simply can't make the trip without? Not to worry. South Coast Plaza will soon have a place where you can pick up such essentials as a compass watch, billfolds with space for three currencies, and sunglasses for glacier skiers and sky divers.
BUSINESS
July 13, 1988 | MARY ANN GALLANTE, Times Staff Writer
It's vacation time, and you're about to head off to Europe. Where are you going to get all those little necessities that you simply can't make the trip without? Not to worry. South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa will soon have a place where you can pick up such essentials as a compass watch, billfolds with space for three currencies and sunglasses for glacier skiers and sky divers.
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