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February 13, 1994
I opened the Feb. 3 Valley section to find the letter of thanks and appreciation to readers and employees of The Times by the Valley Edition president, Jeffrey S. Klein. I found his gentle words in stark contrast to the pejorative used by a staff writer to describe the San Fernando Valley. In his front page article, he referred to this large region as "Duh Valley." There is a clear and distinct pattern of editorial arrogance in The Times these days. If Mr. Klein truly means what he wrote, I hope he will remind others at the paper that Valley readers contribute significantly (in circulation and advertising)
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November 23, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
Jeffrey S. Klein, a key Los Angeles Times executive involved in the newspaper's sweeping reorganization of its business operations, said he is leaving the company at the end of this year to pursue other opportunities. "I've always wanted to run my own company, preferably a media company, and there's a point in time when you've got to decide whether it's the right time to do that," said Klein, 45, senior vice president for consumer marketing and general manager for news.
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BUSINESS
February 25, 1991
Jeffrey S. Klein has been named president of the Los Angeles Times San Fernando Valley and Ventura County editions, David Laventhol, Times publisher and chief executive, announced. Klein is now assistant to the publisher. Klein will replace Jeffrey S. Hall, who has been named special assistant to Richard T. Schlosberg III, group vice president-newspapers, for The Times' parent company, Times Mirror.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1994
I opened the Feb. 3 Valley section to find the letter of thanks and appreciation to readers and employees of The Times by the Valley Edition president, Jeffrey S. Klein. I found his gentle words in stark contrast to the pejorative used by a staff writer to describe the San Fernando Valley. In his front page article, he referred to this large region as "Duh Valley." There is a clear and distinct pattern of editorial arrogance in The Times these days. If Mr. Klein truly means what he wrote, I hope he will remind others at the paper that Valley readers contribute significantly (in circulation and advertising)
BUSINESS
November 23, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
Jeffrey S. Klein, a key Los Angeles Times executive involved in the newspaper's sweeping reorganization of its business operations, said he is leaving the company at the end of this year to pursue other opportunities. "I've always wanted to run my own company, preferably a media company, and there's a point in time when you've got to decide whether it's the right time to do that," said Klein, 45, senior vice president for consumer marketing and general manager for news.
NEWS
October 24, 1991 | JEFFREY S. KLEIN and LOUIS M. BROWN, Klein is an attorney and president of The Times Valley and Ventura County Editions. Brown is professor of law emeritus at USC and chairman of the board for the National Center for Preventive Law
Who owns your life insurance policy? That may sound like a typically legal, mundane and esoteric question, but it could be a significant one when it comes to a divorce or estate planning. Let's take a situation where the husband works and the wife doesn't. He has a $10,000 life insurance policy whose premiums are paid out of his earnings. Because all income earned during a marriage is jointly owned, the policy is owned by the "community," that is, by husband and wife. Now, suppose the wife dies.
NEWS
June 15, 1989 | JEFFREY S. KLEIN
It's not neighborly to sue the folks who live across the street, but that's what one reader would like to do. The problem is a house so run down that it has lowered property values, complains a homeowner in Riverside County. Besides exterior stucco that has never been replaced, "the unpainted trim, lawn-less yard, broken garage door, incomplete masonry walls and vehicles parked everywhere constitute an eyesore the likes of which no neighborhood should have to tolerate." "A home appraiser freely admitted that my valuation is sharply degraded because of the condition of the house across the street," the reader continues.
BUSINESS
February 18, 1998 | A Times staff writer
Steven U. Lee, vice president of marketing for PepsiCo's Frito-Lay International--Asia Pacific division, has been named vice president of consumer marketing and planning for the Los Angeles Times. Lee will oversee the newspaper's consumer promotion and marketing, public affairs, and marketing research departments.
BUSINESS
April 5, 1991
The Valley Edition of the Los Angeles Times received the 1991 Robert E. Gibson Corporate Award of Excellence Thursday night from the Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. Jeffrey S. Klein, president of the Valley and Ventura County editions, accepted the award at a dinner at the Warner Center Marriott. Jack Nelson, Washington bureau chief of The Times, was the keynote speaker.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
CCN Promotes Executive: Judith "Judee" Kendall, publisher of the Glendale News-Press and the Foothill Leader and Burbank Leader, is now vice president and general manager of California Community News, a Times Mirror subsidiary. In this new position, Kendall, who reports to Jeffrey S. Klein, CCN president and chief executive, is responsible for CCN's business affairs and production operations. She will continue to serve as publisher of the two papers.
NEWS
October 24, 1991 | JEFFREY S. KLEIN and LOUIS M. BROWN, Klein is an attorney and president of The Times Valley and Ventura County Editions. Brown is professor of law emeritus at USC and chairman of the board for the National Center for Preventive Law
Who owns your life insurance policy? That may sound like a typically legal, mundane and esoteric question, but it could be a significant one when it comes to a divorce or estate planning. Let's take a situation where the husband works and the wife doesn't. He has a $10,000 life insurance policy whose premiums are paid out of his earnings. Because all income earned during a marriage is jointly owned, the policy is owned by the "community," that is, by husband and wife. Now, suppose the wife dies.
BUSINESS
February 25, 1991
Jeffrey S. Klein has been named president of the Los Angeles Times San Fernando Valley and Ventura County editions, David Laventhol, Times publisher and chief executive, announced. Klein is now assistant to the publisher. Klein will replace Jeffrey S. Hall, who has been named special assistant to Richard T. Schlosberg III, group vice president-newspapers, for The Times' parent company, Times Mirror.
NEWS
May 21, 1989
Your article of May 11, "How to Proceed in Small Claims Court" (Legal View by Jeffrey S. Klein), was most instructive and should certainly help litigants to be better prepared. The public, however, should have been made aware that a Small Claims Advisory Service exists (at the request of the courts) and is run for the benefit of the consumer by the County of Los Angeles under the auspices of Consumer Affairs. Any Small Claims Court Clerk will give out the number of the nearest advisory service (there are several locations throughout the county)
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