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February 1, 1991 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We're all familiar with movies like "The Fly" where people mutate into icky insectoid things. But what about a movie where the ick mutates into people? "Meet the Applegates" (citywide) comes fairly close to fulfilling that formula--and it's a comedy too.
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February 1, 1991 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
We're all familiar with movies like "The Fly" where people mutate into icky insectoid things. But what about a movie where the ick mutates into people? "Meet the Applegates" (citywide) comes fairly close to fulfilling that formula--and it's a comedy too.
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BUSINESS
April 13, 1990
Ten winners have been selected by the Los Angeles District of the Small Business Administration to be honored at a luncheon during Small Business Week, May 6 to 12. The advocate awards are part of the events surrounding the SBA's Small Business Week, a tradition that began in 1964. This year's theme is Small Business: Leading America Into the 21st Century. Barry M. Gump, chief executive of Andy Gump Inc. in Canyon Country, was chosen Small Business Person of the Year.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1990
Ten winners have been selected by the Los Angeles District of the Small Business Administration to be honored at a luncheon during Small Business Week, May 6 to 12. The advocate awards are part of the events surrounding the SBA's Small Business Week, a tradition that began in 1964. This year's theme is Small Business: Leading America Into the 21st Century. Barry M. Gump, chief executive of Andy Gump Inc. in Canyon Country, was chosen Small Business Person of the Year.
BUSINESS
March 19, 1996
The Times today debuts expanded coverage of small-business news and profiles as a regular Tuesday feature. The Southern California Enterprise feature has moved from Mondays. Today, it examines the phenomenal growth of home-based businesses. D1. Jane Applegate's column can be found on D4 and Learning Curve on D5.
BUSINESS
September 25, 1995
Starting Tuesday, Business will initiate Enterprise, a page of news and features on small business. It will include Jane Applegate's Small Business column as well as a new feature called Learning Curve that lets small business owners in Southern California tell their stories.
BUSINESS
January 2, 1991
Editor: Linda Darnell Williams News Editor: Steven Seiler Artist: Michael Hall Reporters: Jane Applegate Bob Baker James Bates Michael Cieply Alan Citron Bob Dallos Tom Furlong James S. Granelli Amy Harmon Bruce Horovitz Kathy M. Kristof Marie L. La Ganga Carla Lazzareschi Patrick Lee Robert Rosenblatt Stuart Silverstein Ralph Vartabedian George White
BUSINESS
April 22, 1998
Tips on overcoming obstacles to success will be offered at a small-business panel April 25 during The Times' Festival of Books. Syndicated small-business columnist Jane Applegate, home-based business experts Paul and Sarah Edwards and San Antonio advertising executive Lionel Sosa, founder of one of the nation's largest Latino advertising agencies, will be featured. Times small-business columnist Vicki Torres will moderate. Free tickets for the panel are available through Ticketmaster.
BUSINESS
August 19, 1997
Starting Sept. 3, Learning Curve, Jane Applegate and Small Talk will shift to Wednesdays as part of The Times' expanded coverage of small business. They join several new weekly features, including business make-overs, company profiles, columns by home office experts Paul and Sarah Edwards and reviews of new business technology. Each week, learn more about how to start, finance and grow your own business. Find the expanded offerings on The Times' small-business Web site, http://www.latimes.
BUSINESS
April 24, 1998
Tips on overcoming obstacles to success in business will be the topic of an authors panel at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at The Times' Festival of Books on the UCLA campus. Syndicated small-business columnist Jane Applegate, home-based business experts Paul and Sarah Edwards and advertising executive Lionel Sosa, founder of one of the largest Latino advertising agencies, will be featured. Times small-business columnist Vicki Torres will moderate. Free tickets are available through Ticketmaster.
BUSINESS
July 6, 1997
Monday: In the world of sports, technology is spurring a revolution in statistics and computerized analysis, offering coaches and fans alike a broad new range of tools for tracking players and teams, The Cutting Edge reports. Also, the city of Los Angeles is preparing an ambitious foray into the communications business. Tuesday: Changing careers requires a financial reappraisal, especially when one's salary will be less.
BUSINESS
August 21, 1994
After attending the women's Visions expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center (Jane Applegate's Small Business column, Aug. 2), the plain fact is that most women have progressed no further than the new, advanced mop that stole the show. Most of the booths were unrelated to any possible new vision for women. There was an obvious lack of business and educational companies' participating in demonstrating the tools of the present and future. Visions is put on in six states. L.A. is one city in desperate need of woman retraining.
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