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June 4, 1990 | MICHAEL CIEPLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some weeks ago, self-proclaimed financier John Di Stefano of Beverly Hills landed in faraway Auckland, New Zealand, and told reporters he had $50 million or so to invest in local businesses. To make his point, Di Stefano quickly cut deals to buy a shopping mall and a pair of motels. A dazzled New Zealand Herald told how the newcomer's Interpart Mergers & Acquisitions USA planned to build multiplex cinemas in Auckland and went on to quote his optimistic wisdom.
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June 4, 1990 | MICHAEL CIEPLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some weeks ago, self-proclaimed financier John Di Stefano of Beverly Hills landed in faraway Auckland, New Zealand, and told reporters he had $50 million or so to invest in local businesses. To make his point, Di Stefano quickly cut deals to buy a shopping mall and a pair of motels. A dazzled New Zealand Herald told how the newcomer's Interpart Mergers & Acquisitions USA planned to build multiplex cinemas in Auckland and went on to quote his optimistic wisdom.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 19, 1991 | SHAUNA SNOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Galleries from the Netherlands, Eastern Europe, Mexico and the Soviet Union won't be the only new additions to the Art Fair this year. Also having a booth for the first time is A Day Without Art, a response to the World Health Organization's World AIDS Day. A Day Without Art is an annual Dec. 1 event, in which museums, galleries and performance spaces nationwide close their doors, shroud art works or hold special performances to commemorate the huge toll AIDS has taken on the art community.
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December 1, 1991 | SHAUNA SNOW
Artists John Di Stefano, Linda Levinson and G. Daniel Venecino are the winners of the fourth annual ArtBulletin Program, which selects three images annually to be displayed in various Los Angeles area locations on 14-by-48-foot hand-painted billboards. Each billboard will rotate among several sights for four months and will go up at their first locations within the next two weeks.
BUSINESS
June 13, 1990 | MICHAEL CIEPLY and ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Pathe Communications Corp. revealed that it plans to finance its pending purchase of MGM/UA Communications Co. through a patchwork of short-term loans, asset sales by Pathe's European backers and the possible resale of MGM/UA stock or of new Pathe shares after the merger. The financially troubled Banque Arabe et Internationale d'Investissement of Paris and S. I. Bank Co.
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