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December 22, 1994
C. Fred Fetterolf, Norman A. Schorr, Elliott B. Broidy and Edwin R. Vath have joined the board of directors of Urethane Technologies Inc., a Santa Ana developer of polyurethane systems and production technology. Fetterolf served at Alcoa from 1952 until 1991, when he retired as president and chief operating officer. Schorr is a principal of Schorr, Howard and Megill, a public relations firm. Broidy is an independent investor and Vath is a consultant to the polyurethane industry. * Bradley A.
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July 30, 1999 | Reuters
Marsh & McLennan Cos.'s Johnson & Higgins unit agreed to pay $28 million to settle federal charges that it illegally forced directors to retire by age 62. The case dates to 1993, when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Johnson & Higgins in federal court in New York, alleging that its mandatory retirement policy violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
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May 13, 1995 | TOM RAGAN
More than 250 disadvantaged children will be treated to rides and shows at the Balboa Fun Zone today by Johnson & Higgins, an insurance broker celebrating its 150th anniversary. On Thursday, 75 employees from the firm repainted the gymnasium at the Orangewood Children's Home in Orange and planted 150 trees around the center's fences. As children eagerly watched, the Johnson & Higgins employees also filled in a sandbox that hasn't been used in two years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1995 | TOM RAGAN
More than 250 disadvantaged children will be treated to rides and shows at the Balboa Fun Zone today by Johnson & Higgins, an insurance broker celebrating its 150th anniversary. On Thursday, 75 employees from the firm repainted the gymnasium at the Orangewood Children's Home in Orange and planted 150 trees around the center's fences. As children eagerly watched, the Johnson & Higgins employees also filled in a sandbox that hasn't been used in two years.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1999 | Reuters
Marsh & McLennan Cos.'s Johnson & Higgins unit agreed to pay $28 million to settle federal charges that it illegally forced directors to retire by age 62. The case dates to 1993, when the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Johnson & Higgins in federal court in New York, alleging that its mandatory retirement policy violated the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
BUSINESS
December 22, 1994
C. Fred Fetterolf, Norman A. Schorr, Elliott B. Broidy and Edwin R. Vath have joined the board of directors of Urethane Technologies Inc., a Santa Ana developer of polyurethane systems and production technology. Fetterolf served at Alcoa from 1952 until 1991, when he retired as president and chief operating officer. Schorr is a principal of Schorr, Howard and Megill, a public relations firm. Broidy is an independent investor and Vath is a consultant to the polyurethane industry. * Bradley A.
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