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March 27, 2001 | From Bloomberg News
Drug giant Johnson & Johnson may buy Alza Corp. for about $10 billion in stock to gain an attention-deficit disorder treatment and timed-release medicines, people familiar with the companies' discussions said Monday. Alza stockholders would exchange each of their shares for about a half-share of Johnson & Johnson, sources said. The deal talks, first reported in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times on Monday, sent Alza's shares soaring $8.70, or 29%, to close at $38.
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November 27, 2003 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Jeremiah Johnson and Stafon Johnson give Los Angeles Dorsey arguably the best one-two backfield punch in the Southland, and it was only a matter of time before both knocked out Granada Hills. The two combined for 311 yards and four second-half touchdowns to lead the second-seeded Dons to a 33-15 victory Wednesday night in the City Section Championship division quarterfinals at Jackie Robinson Stadium.
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November 27, 2003 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Jeremiah Johnson and Stafon Johnson give Los Angeles Dorsey arguably the best one-two backfield punch in the Southland, and it was only a matter of time before both knocked out Granada Hills. The two combined for 311 yards and four second-half touchdowns to lead the second-seeded Dons to a 33-15 victory Wednesday night in the City Section Championship division quarterfinals at Jackie Robinson Stadium.
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March 27, 2002 | ANICA BUTLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gertrude Dillard is not much of a coffee drinker. But Tuesday morning, Dillard, along with hundreds of others, lingered for hours at her neighborhood Starbucks. The cafe's grand opening in Chesterfield Square, a shopping center in South-Central Los Angeles, was about more than just coffee. For many, it symbolized investment in a community long overlooked by name-brand retailers.
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March 27, 2002 | ANICA BUTLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gertrude Dillard is not much of a coffee drinker. But Tuesday morning, Dillard, along with hundreds of others, lingered for hours at her neighborhood Starbucks. The cafe's grand opening in Chesterfield Square, a shopping center in South-Central Los Angeles, was about more than just coffee. For many, it symbolized investment in a community long overlooked by name-brand retailers.
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November 8, 1989 | SAM McMANIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tempers flared, harsh words and shoves were exchanged, and to the astonishment of spectators and participants alike, unlikely combatants Magic Johnson and Kevin Johnson were ejected from Tuesday night's game. That fight between two of the NBA's best and usually level-headed guards, occurring just 3 minutes 22 seconds after tipoff, changed the characters and character of the Lakers' home opener against the Phoenix Suns.
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November 28, 1990
The Italian basketball federation suspended Micheal Ray Richardson for five games for starting a brawl that led to the ejection of a record 19 players and team officials. Three other players--Americans Clemon Johnson and Frank Johnson and Italian Stefano Rusconi--were each suspended for two games for their roles in last Sunday's free-for-all at Varese.
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December 23, 1999 | MIKE BRESNAHAN
Results from the Valencia tournament last week may have shed light on the Golden League title race. Two days after Quartz Hill was pummeled by Lynwood, 79-57, Littlerock defeated Lynwood, 67-58. Quartz Hill has the twin towers--6-foot-9 Jared Corpening and 6-8 Sahael Almuallem--as well as the backcourt duo of Johnson and Johnson--Kevin and Tony--and Lancaster, which did not compete in the tournament, cannot be overlooked.
BUSINESS
March 27, 2001 | From Bloomberg News
Drug giant Johnson & Johnson may buy Alza Corp. for about $10 billion in stock to gain an attention-deficit disorder treatment and timed-release medicines, people familiar with the companies' discussions said Monday. Alza stockholders would exchange each of their shares for about a half-share of Johnson & Johnson, sources said. The deal talks, first reported in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times on Monday, sent Alza's shares soaring $8.70, or 29%, to close at $38.
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November 8, 1989 | SAM McMANIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tempers flared, harsh words and shoves were exchanged, and to the astonishment of spectators and participants alike, unlikely combatants Magic Johnson and Kevin Johnson were ejected from Tuesday night's game. That fight between two of the NBA's best and usually level-headed guards, occurring just 3 minutes 22 seconds after tipoff, changed the characters and character of the Lakers' home opener against the Phoenix Suns.
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January 10, 1996 | Associated Press
The Miami Dolphins' wooing of Jimmy Johnson proceeded this week under an attempted shroud of secrecy despite two years of speculation their marriage was inevitable. Both sides hoped to reach an agreement by the end of the week. Team owner H. Wayne Huizenga has said Johnson, former coach of the Miami Hurricanes and Dallas Cowboys, is the leading candidate to replace Shula. But beyond that, nobody's saying much.
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