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March 7, 1992
Was that the L.A. Marathon or the Bill Burke Memorial Parade? Ours must be the only world-class marathon where the organizer gets to drive the race, bumper-locked on the leader, blocking his view of any other runners coming up behind him. Good thing John Treacy opened an early lead on the pack, otherwise trying to keep Burke in front of the camera the whole race could have cost some runners their lives. DON HOOPER Northridge
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August 7, 2002 | Bloomberg News and Reuters
TMP Worldwide Inc., the parent of job search site Monster.com, reported a second-quarter loss of $504.1 million and said it would cut 1,000 jobs. The company also said Chief Operating Officer James Treacy would resign. The loss was $4.53 a share, contrasted with net income of $19.8 million, or 17 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales fell 24% to $291 million. Excluding certain costs and an accounting change, TMP said it would have had a profit of 14 cents a share, matching estimates.
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March 2, 1992 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Treacy was so much younger then, so much more easily swayed by first impressions. In the summer of 1984, he ran his first marathon. He ran it in the Olympics. He ran it in 2:09.56. He walked away with a silver medal and then he had to wonder: Is that all there is? If that's a marathon, what's everybody whining about? There was no wall. There were no cramps. There was no delirium. Treacy said he kept waiting for it to become difficult. "Ignorance is bliss, know what I mean?"
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March 6, 1993 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When last John Treacy ran through the streets of Los Angeles, he was happily re-establishing himself in an event he had taken up, with instant success, in 1984. The first time here for the Irishman was the L.A. Olympics, where Treacy ran his first marathon and won a silver medal, to the astonishment of Olympic observers. But Treacy entered the 1992 Los Angeles Marathon after having gone years without a satisfying result.
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March 6, 1993 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When last John Treacy ran through the streets of Los Angeles, he was happily re-establishing himself in an event he had taken up, with instant success, in 1984. The first time here for the Irishman was the L.A. Olympics, where Treacy ran his first marathon and won a silver medal, to the astonishment of Olympic observers. But Treacy entered the 1992 Los Angeles Marathon after having gone years without a satisfying result.
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March 2, 1992 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the first Sunday of March every year, the streets around the Coliseum echo with the strains of the signature song of the L.A. Marathon--Randy Newman's, "I Love L.A." Played in a continuous blare at the start, the song remained for most of the 20,000 runners more a suggestion than declaration. For John Treacy of Ireland and Madina Biktagirova of Belarus--the male and female winners of Sunday's seventh race--the song became an ode to their new favorite town.
NEWS
March 2, 1992 | HECTOR TOBAR and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police shot and killed a man who grabbed for an officer's gun Sunday just a few hundred yards from the finish line of the Los Angeles Marathon, only moments after the first of more than 19,000 runners completed the 26.2-mile race, authorities said. The gunfire, which marred what had been a picture-perfect day for the seventh annual competition, erupted at 11:15 a.m. in a crowded "family reunion area" at Exposition Park, where hundreds were waiting for friends and relatives competing in the race.
BUSINESS
August 7, 2002 | Bloomberg News and Reuters
TMP Worldwide Inc., the parent of job search site Monster.com, reported a second-quarter loss of $504.1 million and said it would cut 1,000 jobs. The company also said Chief Operating Officer James Treacy would resign. The loss was $4.53 a share, contrasted with net income of $19.8 million, or 17 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales fell 24% to $291 million. Excluding certain costs and an accounting change, TMP said it would have had a profit of 14 cents a share, matching estimates.
SPORTS
February 11, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
John Treacy of Ireland, silver-medal winner in the 1984 Olympic marathon, and Martin Mondragon of Mexico, the course record-holder in Los Angeles, will compete in the L.A. Marathon on March 1. Mondragon's performance will determine whether he qualifies for the Mexican Olympic team.
SPORTS
March 7, 1992
Was that the L.A. Marathon or the Bill Burke Memorial Parade? Ours must be the only world-class marathon where the organizer gets to drive the race, bumper-locked on the leader, blocking his view of any other runners coming up behind him. Good thing John Treacy opened an early lead on the pack, otherwise trying to keep Burke in front of the camera the whole race could have cost some runners their lives. DON HOOPER Northridge
SPORTS
March 2, 1992 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the first Sunday of March every year, the streets around the Coliseum echo with the strains of the signature song of the L.A. Marathon--Randy Newman's, "I Love L.A." Played in a continuous blare at the start, the song remained for most of the 20,000 runners more a suggestion than declaration. For John Treacy of Ireland and Madina Biktagirova of Belarus--the male and female winners of Sunday's seventh race--the song became an ode to their new favorite town.
NEWS
March 2, 1992 | HECTOR TOBAR and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Police shot and killed a man who grabbed for an officer's gun Sunday just a few hundred yards from the finish line of the Los Angeles Marathon, only moments after the first of more than 19,000 runners completed the 26.2-mile race, authorities said. The gunfire, which marred what had been a picture-perfect day for the seventh annual competition, erupted at 11:15 a.m. in a crowded "family reunion area" at Exposition Park, where hundreds were waiting for friends and relatives competing in the race.
SPORTS
March 2, 1992 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Treacy was so much younger then, so much more easily swayed by first impressions. In the summer of 1984, he ran his first marathon. He ran it in the Olympics. He ran it in 2:09.56. He walked away with a silver medal and then he had to wonder: Is that all there is? If that's a marathon, what's everybody whining about? There was no wall. There were no cramps. There was no delirium. Treacy said he kept waiting for it to become difficult. "Ignorance is bliss, know what I mean?"
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