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October 23, 2012 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
Retired movie makeup artist Robert Sidell got chills when he met actor John Goodman at the party following the Beverly Hills premiere earlier this month of Ben Affleck's acclaimed new film "Argo. " It was like seeing an old friend again. Goodman plays real-life Oscar-winning movie makeup artist John Chambers, who created the makeup for the 1968 classic "Planet of the Apes," as well as Spock's ears for the original "Star Trek" series. Chambers was one of the key players who helped CIA operative Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck)
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October 23, 2012 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
Retired movie makeup artist Robert Sidell got chills when he met actor John Goodman at the party following the Beverly Hills premiere earlier this month of Ben Affleck's acclaimed new film "Argo. " It was like seeing an old friend again. Goodman plays real-life Oscar-winning movie makeup artist John Chambers, who created the makeup for the 1968 classic "Planet of the Apes," as well as Spock's ears for the original "Star Trek" series. Chambers was one of the key players who helped CIA operative Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck)
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September 1, 2001 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lana Turner once dropped by his Burbank garage for a set of teeth. Howard Keel stopped in for an Indian nose. And Leonard Nimoy visited to be fitted for Mr. Spock's trademark pointed ears. John Chambers, an innovative and influential Hollywood special effects makeup artist who won an Academy Award for his ground-breaking efforts in the original "Planet of the Apes" and did much of his work in his home lab, where he trained and mentored young makeup artists, died Aug.
BUSINESS
December 11, 2003 | From Reuters
Cisco Systems Inc.'s chief executive said Wednesday that corporate customers were slightly boosting their information technology spending plans for 2004. "We are seeing the customers in the enterprise [sector] start to budget, for the first time in several years, slightly up," John Chambers said at the company's annual analysts' meeting in Santa Clara, Calif. "That's often in the low- to mid-single-digit numbers" for capital spending.
BUSINESS
January 2, 2000 | By CHARLES PILLER
Who will make big news in the business world this year? Who will emerge from relative obscurity to become a major player? To start the new year, Times business reporters selected people from their beats who they believe will be among those to watch in 2000--in Southern California, across the country and around the world. Some are well known, having made big news in previous years. Others are not exactly household names but nevertheless are likely to make a major impact in their fields.
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July 9, 1995 | Dawn Raffel, Dawn Raffel is the author of the story collection, "In the Year of Long Division" (Alfred A. Knopf)
To read this novel is to enter into a night of webby mysteries. Simple as the premise is--a man lies in bed awaiting the return of his wife--it quickly opens into a dangerous adventure of mind and of heart, of intellect and passion, of language and eros. The narrator, John Chambers--born rich, bred to heady disenchantment--is a failed rhetorician, or rather, a man failed by words, by way of having been a boy failed by family and an adolescent failed by sex.
BUSINESS
May 6, 2001 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
George W. Bush came calling. So did British Prime Minister Tony Blair and China's President, Jiang Zemin. All sought the counsel of John Chambers, chief executive of Cisco Systems, which a year ago reigned as the most valuable corporation on Earth. Chambers' lofty goal was to wire the world for the Internet. And for a decade Cisco surged to prominence by selling arcane hardware that directs the Internet's trillions of messages and images each week like an army of electronic traffic cops.
BUSINESS
December 11, 2003 | From Reuters
Cisco Systems Inc.'s chief executive said Wednesday that corporate customers were slightly boosting their information technology spending plans for 2004. "We are seeing the customers in the enterprise [sector] start to budget, for the first time in several years, slightly up," John Chambers said at the company's annual analysts' meeting in Santa Clara, Calif. "That's often in the low- to mid-single-digit numbers" for capital spending.
BUSINESS
January 29, 2001 | TOM GILES, BLOOMBERG NEWS
Cisco Systems Inc.'s business in January was slow as a U.S. economic slump prompted customers of the world's largest Internet equipment maker to reduce spending, Chief Executive John Chambers said Sunday, adding that the range of estimates for the company's fiscal-year growth should be wider than previously expected. "Business in January was a little bit slow," Chambers said in a briefing for journalists during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
BUSINESS
December 5, 2007 | From Times Wire Services
Cisco Systems Inc., maker of computer-networking equipment, hired Padmasree Warrior away from Motorola Inc. as its new chief technology officer, filling a job that was vacant for two years. Warrior, 47, will report to Chief Executive John Chambers, San Jose-based Cisco said. Warrior succeeds Charlie Giancarlo, who became Cisco's chief development officer in July 2005.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2001 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lana Turner once dropped by his Burbank garage for a set of teeth. Howard Keel stopped in for an Indian nose. And Leonard Nimoy visited to be fitted for Mr. Spock's trademark pointed ears. John Chambers, an innovative and influential Hollywood special effects makeup artist who won an Academy Award for his ground-breaking efforts in the original "Planet of the Apes" and did much of his work in his home lab, where he trained and mentored young makeup artists, died Aug.
BUSINESS
May 6, 2001 | CHARLES PILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
George W. Bush came calling. So did British Prime Minister Tony Blair and China's President, Jiang Zemin. All sought the counsel of John Chambers, chief executive of Cisco Systems, which a year ago reigned as the most valuable corporation on Earth. Chambers' lofty goal was to wire the world for the Internet. And for a decade Cisco surged to prominence by selling arcane hardware that directs the Internet's trillions of messages and images each week like an army of electronic traffic cops.
BUSINESS
January 29, 2001 | TOM GILES, BLOOMBERG NEWS
Cisco Systems Inc.'s business in January was slow as a U.S. economic slump prompted customers of the world's largest Internet equipment maker to reduce spending, Chief Executive John Chambers said Sunday, adding that the range of estimates for the company's fiscal-year growth should be wider than previously expected. "Business in January was a little bit slow," Chambers said in a briefing for journalists during the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
BUSINESS
January 2, 2000 | By CHARLES PILLER
Who will make big news in the business world this year? Who will emerge from relative obscurity to become a major player? To start the new year, Times business reporters selected people from their beats who they believe will be among those to watch in 2000--in Southern California, across the country and around the world. Some are well known, having made big news in previous years. Others are not exactly household names but nevertheless are likely to make a major impact in their fields.
BOOKS
July 9, 1995 | Dawn Raffel, Dawn Raffel is the author of the story collection, "In the Year of Long Division" (Alfred A. Knopf)
To read this novel is to enter into a night of webby mysteries. Simple as the premise is--a man lies in bed awaiting the return of his wife--it quickly opens into a dangerous adventure of mind and of heart, of intellect and passion, of language and eros. The narrator, John Chambers--born rich, bred to heady disenchantment--is a failed rhetorician, or rather, a man failed by words, by way of having been a boy failed by family and an adolescent failed by sex.
BUSINESS
February 9, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Cisco Systems Inc. said Senior Vice President Mike Volpi was leaving the company after 13 years. Volpi, 40, who led Cisco's router and service-provider groups, said he planned to take a few months off before assuming another job. Volpi had been considered a potential successor for Chief Executive John Chambers.
BUSINESS
March 18, 2004
* Cisco Systems Inc. Chief Executive John Chambers said at an investor conference that the company probably would pay a dividend. * Paxson Communications Corp., owner of the Pax TV network, said General Electric Co.'s NBC has agreed to develop programming as part of a plan to boost television ratings at Pax, which ranks last among broadcast networks. NBC, which owns 32% of Pax, will help the network produce shows, develop its brand and plan for its 2004 sales presentation to advertisers.
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