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November 27, 2011
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu Nigerian secessionist leader in '60s Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, 78, a millionaire's son who led Nigeria's breakaway republic of Biafra during the country's civil war that left 1 million dead, died Saturday in a London hospital after a long illness following a stroke, a Nigerian spokesman said. When a 1966 coup failed, the country still fell under military control, and Ojukwu served as military governor for the southeast. In 1967, he declared the region — including part of the oil-rich Niger Delta — the Republic of Biafra.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 2011
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu Nigerian secessionist leader in '60s Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, 78, a millionaire's son who led Nigeria's breakaway republic of Biafra during the country's civil war that left 1 million dead, died Saturday in a London hospital after a long illness following a stroke, a Nigerian spokesman said. When a 1966 coup failed, the country still fell under military control, and Ojukwu served as military governor for the southeast. In 1967, he declared the region — including part of the oil-rich Niger Delta — the Republic of Biafra.
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December 26, 2006 | Travis Reed, The Associated Press
Jeno Paulucci may not know much, but he does know food. He sees the world through a microwave oven -- through ravioli, chicken Marsala and pot roasts ready in moments and through stomachs run empty by busy schedules. You may never have heard of him, but he has probably been feeding you and your family for decades. Even at 88 years old, the frozen food mogul whose current lines include Michelina's and Budget Gourmet is still peddling products all over the world.
BUSINESS
December 26, 2006 | Travis Reed, The Associated Press
Jeno Paulucci may not know much, but he does know food. He sees the world through a microwave oven -- through ravioli, chicken Marsala and pot roasts ready in moments and through stomachs run empty by busy schedules. You may never have heard of him, but he has probably been feeding you and your family for decades. Even at 88 years old, the frozen food mogul whose current lines include Michelina's and Budget Gourmet is still peddling products all over the world.
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January 1, 1985 | Associated Press
Nearly 200 persons lined up at a food bank in below-zero temperatures Monday to receive snack-food magnate Jeno Paulucci's New Year's gift to his economically depressed hometown--60,000 free pizzas. The pizzas, worth about $80,000, will go to about 4,500 families using the Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency's network of 19 food distribution points in northeastern Minnesota. Each family will receive a dozen small pies.
BUSINESS
September 29, 1991 | DONALD WOUTAT
In the Golden Triangle of southeastern Texas, where the piney woods give way to erector-set petrochemical complexes, help is definitely wanted. Mobil, Chevron and other big companies are on a building binge and good times are back in the oil patch. Half a continent away in Connecticut's Fairfax County, retailers in downtown Stamford are quizzical when asked about the recovery.
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January 2, 1990 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With classic American entrepreneurial spirit, some daring businessmen are trying to turn a longstanding problem into a gold mine--or, more precisely, to convert vexing traffic jams into money-making toll roads. Private concerns are organizing across the nation to do what only governments have traditionally done: build roads. And what's more, they think they can make it pay. "Traffic congestion problems are a business opportunity for us," said Ralph Stanley, chief executive of Toll Road Corp.
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