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October 29, 1987 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
The son of the late oil industry analyst Dan Lundberg has agreed to drop his family's name from his energy consulting business as a partial settlement to a lawsuit filed against him by the North Hollywood company his father founded. Jan C. Lundberg, who had been doing business in Fredericksburg, Va., as Lundberg Reports Corp., was sued Sept. 25 in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by Lundberg Survey Inc.
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December 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
There was a day when Jan Lundberg was a master of the fossil fuel universe, living large in Los Angeles with his Mercedes, his yacht and his hired help. He compiled gas station surveys, including the respected Lundberg Letter, which his late father, Dan Lundberg, founded in 1955, earning a comfortable living while helping oil companies increase market share. But something was wrong. "L.A.," he says, "was killing me."
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December 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
There was a day when Jan Lundberg was a master of the fossil fuel universe, living large in Los Angeles with his Mercedes, his yacht and his hired help. He compiled gas station surveys, including the respected Lundberg Letter, which his late father, Dan Lundberg, founded in 1955, earning a comfortable living while helping oil companies increase market share. But something was wrong. "L.A.," he says, "was killing me."
BUSINESS
November 8, 1987
Regarding your Oct. 29 story, "Ousted Lundberg Son Agrees Not to Use Name," the following corrections and elucidations are offered for your readers: Your article says my firm consults, but we do not; we do marketing research and policy analysis studies. The word "ousted" in the headline is misleading because I have had my own firm for a year and continue to run it. My new national firm is notable in its own right, but news of our accomplishments widely known in the environmental and energy field finds no space in an entertaining "feud" story.
BUSINESS
January 17, 1991
"From the Freeway to the Feeway" (editorial, Dec. 28) demonstrated well the dual concern about new roads: the financial cost to taxpayers and the objection to more development that degrades the community and the environment. The Times wisely recognizes that there are legitimate local objections to the "interesting idea" of toll roads. One poorly appreciated fact among many motorists is that more roads do not decrease traffic congestion in the long run.
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September 27, 1987 | From United Press International
The publisher of The Lundberg Letter, a widely read publication that informs the energy industry of market trends, is suing her brother, claiming that he infringed on the newsletter's trademark and its method of gathering information in a competing publication. The U.S. District Court suit was filed Friday against Jan C. Lundberg on behalf of Lundberg Survey Inc., North Hollywood publisher of The Lundberg Letter, which was founded by the late Dan Lundberg.
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October 29, 1987 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
The son of the late oil industry analyst Dan Lundberg has agreed to drop his family's name from his energy consulting business as a partial settlement to a lawsuit filed against him by the North Hollywood company his father founded. Jan C. Lundberg, who had been doing business in Fredericksburg, Va., as Lundberg Reports Corp., was sued Sept. 25 in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by Lundberg Survey Inc.
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