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February 9, 1986
The Cincinnati Reds announced the signing of left-handed pitcher Joe Price to a one-year contract, avoiding an arbitration hearing.
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BUSINESS
September 7, 2011 | By E. Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times
Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Brian Moynihan shuffled his management team, ousting two top executives as the embattled banking giant faces a plummeting stock price and mounting legal woes. Moynihan on Tuesday announced the departure of Sallie Krawcheck, the bank's head of global wealth and investment management, and Joe Price, president of consumer and small-business banking. Both were top lieutenants to former CEO Kenneth Lewis, who resigned in October 2009. Krawcheck, one of the most powerful women on Wall Street and a former top executive at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. and Citigroup Inc., was hired by Lewis in 2009, toward the end of his tenure at Bank of America.
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NEWS
August 2, 1992 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a guy with a $50-million art collection, Joe Price sure has some bare walls in his home. Of course, with a crib like this, who needs art? Filled with secret staircases and hidden doors and walls of voluptuously swirling wood, his oceanfront masterpiece contains what might be called the fur room, a child's bedroom with a slide to the playroom and a kitchen to rival the Jetsons'.
SPORTS
April 27, 2011 | Chris Erskine
Easy to call what Joe Price is doing some sort of quixotic quest, to attach religious significance to a pilgrimage bursting with symbolism and ritual. But really all he hopes to do is follow his passion for the sport of baseball while penning his own unique love story. O, say can you see ... Price is a religious studies professor at Whittier College with an interest in sports, an ear for song and an astounding wife who has agreed to accompany him this summer to 100 minor league ballparks in 40 states — just so Joe can lead the crowd in "The Star-Spangled Banner.
SPORTS
May 16, 1985 | DAN HAFNER
At 44, Pete Rose is enjoying a remarkable season. As a manager, he is making the right moves, and the Cincinnati Reds are a contender in the West. As a player, he continues to perform as if he were still in his prime. Manager Rose, finding that his best pitcher, Mario Soto, had a tender elbow, came up with a gem of a replacement Wednesday night at Montreal. Rose brought Joe Price out of the bullpen for his first start of the season.
SPORTS
April 27, 2011 | Chris Erskine
Easy to call what Joe Price is doing some sort of quixotic quest, to attach religious significance to a pilgrimage bursting with symbolism and ritual. But really all he hopes to do is follow his passion for the sport of baseball while penning his own unique love story. O, say can you see ... Price is a religious studies professor at Whittier College with an interest in sports, an ear for song and an astounding wife who has agreed to accompany him this summer to 100 minor league ballparks in 40 states — just so Joe can lead the crowd in "The Star-Spangled Banner.
BUSINESS
September 7, 2011 | By E. Scott Reckard, Los Angeles Times
Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Brian Moynihan shuffled his management team, ousting two top executives as the embattled banking giant faces a plummeting stock price and mounting legal woes. Moynihan on Tuesday announced the departure of Sallie Krawcheck, the bank's head of global wealth and investment management, and Joe Price, president of consumer and small-business banking. Both were top lieutenants to former CEO Kenneth Lewis, who resigned in October 2009. Krawcheck, one of the most powerful women on Wall Street and a former top executive at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. and Citigroup Inc., was hired by Lewis in 2009, toward the end of his tenure at Bank of America.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 22, 2011 | By Mike Boehm, Los Angeles Times
Take a walk with genius, and there's no telling where you might end up. One day in 1953, Joe Price found himself strolling Manhattan's East Side with Frank Lloyd Wright, escorting the great architect to his pied à terre at the Plaza Hotel following a visit to the site where Wright hoped to plant his Guggenheim Museum. Suddenly, Wright got a hankering to look at Japanese woodblock prints (he avidly collected them for most of his life, and Japan is the only country outside of North America where he worked)
NEWS
August 2, 1992 | NANCY WRIDE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a guy with a $50-million art collection, Joe Price sure has some bare walls in his home. Of course, with a crib like this, who needs art? Filled with secret staircases and hidden doors and walls of voluptuously swirling wood, his oceanfront masterpiece contains what might be called the fur room, a child's bedroom with a slide to the playroom and a kitchen to rival the Jetsons'.
SPORTS
February 9, 1986
The Cincinnati Reds announced the signing of left-handed pitcher Joe Price to a one-year contract, avoiding an arbitration hearing.
SPORTS
May 16, 1985 | DAN HAFNER
At 44, Pete Rose is enjoying a remarkable season. As a manager, he is making the right moves, and the Cincinnati Reds are a contender in the West. As a player, he continues to perform as if he were still in his prime. Manager Rose, finding that his best pitcher, Mario Soto, had a tender elbow, came up with a gem of a replacement Wednesday night at Montreal. Rose brought Joe Price out of the bullpen for his first start of the season.
MAGAZINE
July 6, 1986 | ELIZABETH VENANT, Elizabeth Venant is a Times staff writer
Joe D. Price is posing for pictures in front of a 17th-Century Japanese screen before which feudal warlords once sat to receive their subjects. A latter-day ruler of Edo art treasures from Japan, Price seems about as pleased as an ornery samurai. His chin juts forward, his gray hair swirls like an unruly wreath around his balding pate, and his sometimes venomous tongue darts out of his mouth. "I don't know what you need so many pictures for," he chides the photographer.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 18, 1989 | CATHY CURTIS
Irvine Co. chairman Donald Bren and Etsuko and Joe Price of Newport Beach are among the 100 top private collectors in the United States as listed in Art & Antiques magazine's March issue. "The few fellow collectors who've seen . . . Bren's relatively small and carefully chosen collection . . . praise its rigor and intellectual purity," the article says.
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