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April 11, 1986
Calay Systems Inc., an Irvine electronics maker, has named John Virtue to the newly created position of chief operating officer. Virtue, a member of the Calay board of directors since the company's founding in August, 1982, will be responsible for the firm's daily operations. He will report to Richard A. Finn, Calay's president and chief executive. Prior to his involvement with Calay, Virtue was the founding executive of Advanced Control Corp. in Santa Ana.
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February 1, 2003 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Writer
Exeter, England In an abandoned church hall in this university town, John Virtue packed up his brushes, canvases and notebooks, preparing to leave his small (and cold) studio of several years. A short, sturdy 55-year-old who paints monumental black-and-white landscapes, Virtue was moving into the National Gallery in London, one of the most prestigious and visited museums in the world.
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February 1, 2003 | Louise Roug, Times Staff Writer
Exeter, England In an abandoned church hall in this university town, John Virtue packed up his brushes, canvases and notebooks, preparing to leave his small (and cold) studio of several years. A short, sturdy 55-year-old who paints monumental black-and-white landscapes, Virtue was moving into the National Gallery in London, one of the most prestigious and visited museums in the world.
BUSINESS
April 11, 1986
Calay Systems Inc., an Irvine electronics maker, has named John Virtue to the newly created position of chief operating officer. Virtue, a member of the Calay board of directors since the company's founding in August, 1982, will be responsible for the firm's daily operations. He will report to Richard A. Finn, Calay's president and chief executive. Prior to his involvement with Calay, Virtue was the founding executive of Advanced Control Corp. in Santa Ana.
BUSINESS
January 31, 2001
Leslie R. Stevens has been appointed marketing director at Sonance in San Clemente. She was product marketing manager at Sharp Electronics in Huntington Beach. * John Virtue has joined the Irvine office of Arter & Hadden LLP as senior counsel. He has practiced law for 42 years, 33 of them in Newport Beach. Virtue was also a founder and director of Interlink Computer Systems Inc. and a founder and director of Advanced Control Systems.
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February 12, 1988 | WILLIAM WILSON
"The British Picture" is an ambitious sampler of current English painting by some 20 artists, renowned and obscure, run up the pole in celebration of the UK/LA festival. Although inherently superficial, such shows do offer the hope of a few good pictures and the opportunity to make silly, self-gratifying generalizations about the theme.
BUSINESS
October 28, 1989 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a surprise move, the new major shareholder of Newport Electronics has ousted the precision-measuring instrument maker's entire board of directors. Milton B. Hollander, a disgruntled Newport Electronics investor who last month gained control of 49% of the company's stock, earlier had said he would replace only three of Newport's five directors once he took control. He apparently had intended to leave Chief Executive Barrett B.
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November 1, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Milton B. Hollander, a Connecticut investor who owns 49% of the stock of Newport Electronics Inc., has ousted the precision instrument maker's top management and assumed the positions of chairman and chief executive, the company announced Tuesday. At a special shareholder meeting Friday, Hollander ousted the entire board of directors of the Newport Beach company and replaced them with his own handpicked directors.
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January 3, 1998 | CATHY CURTIS
Creative thinking at a few of Orange County's smaller art exhibition venues promises to punctuate the coming year. Ruben Ortiz-Torres, a much-lauded artist who divides his time between Los Angeles and Mexico City, will have his first survey show at the Huntington Beach Art Center (Sept. 12-Nov. 8), curated by Programs Director Tyler Stallings. Ortiz-Torres' work in photography, painting, video and installation reflects peculiar and pervasive misinterpretations of one culture by another.
BUSINESS
August 30, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
Newport Electronics Inc.'s largest shareholder has asked a federal court to block the Santa Ana firm from paying a $400,000 "bust-up" fee to a Silicon Valley company in the wake of a scrapped merger attempt. Connecticut investor Milton B. Hollander claims in a lawsuit that Sensor Control Corp. of Sunnyvale is not entitled to a $400,000 fee for legal, administrative and other expenses incurred when it tried unsuccessfully to merge with Newport. The suit, filed on Aug. 20 in U.S.
BUSINESS
February 2, 1999
* Medical Analysis Systems signed a 15-year, $26.1-million lease on 181,354 square feet of industrial space being developed by Thousand Oaks-based Triliad Development at Mission Oaks Business Park in Camarillo. The building, which will house Medical Analysis Systems' corporate offices and laboratories, is slated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 1999. Jim Linn and Bob Crenshaw of Grubb & Ellis and Steve Valenziano of Jones Lang Wooton represented the tenant in the lease transaction.
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