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April 14, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Joe Kiani racked up another victory recently in his quest to get his breakthrough medical invention into more hospitals nationwide. This time a Los Angeles federal court jury awarded his company a $420-million antitrust judgment against a unit of Tyco International Ltd. that he accused of illicitly trying to torpedo his product. That's nice for Kiani, although Tyco says it will appeal the verdict.
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April 14, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Joe Kiani racked up another victory recently in his quest to get his breakthrough medical invention into more hospitals nationwide. This time a Los Angeles federal court jury awarded his company a $420-million antitrust judgment against a unit of Tyco International Ltd. that he accused of illicitly trying to torpedo his product. That's nice for Kiani, although Tyco says it will appeal the verdict.
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May 3, 2002 | MAI TRAN, EVAN HALPER and MONTE MORIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Authorities across Orange County went on heightened alert Thursday, scouring hundreds of playgrounds with metal detectors after sheriff's deputies uncovered more than 50 razor blades and nails hidden around a Laguna Niguel park, the fourth city to be hit in the last year. Detectives believe there is a link between the razors discovered at the Laguna Niguel park and those found Sunday at the playground of Main Beach in Laguna Beach. In response, Sheriff Michael S.
BUSINESS
September 14, 2000 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Masimo Corp., an Irvine maker of noninvasive patient monitoring systems, said it will seek to raise as much as $69 million in an initial public stock offering. The company plans to use the proceeds to purchase equipment, boost sales and marketing and to make acquisitions, according to a document filed Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Masimo did not disclose a target price or the number of shares it will offer.
NEWS
October 28, 2001
The Orpheum Theatre, the venerable vaudeville palace that once featured Will Rogers, Sally Rand, Sophie Tucker and Jack Benny (who, between performances, wooed Mary Livingstone, a lingerie salesgirl at the May Co. across the street), has been reopened after a $3-million face lift. The grand old lady at 842 S. Broadway--age 75--was rejuvenated by Steve Needleman, whose family has owned the property since 1964.
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