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September 24, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Josephthal to Take Over Blech Accounts: Josephthal, Lyon & Ross Inc. agreed to acquire all the customer accounts and brokers of D. Blech & Co., one day after the bank was forced to shut down because of a cash crunch. The move eased pressure on several biotechnology stocks for which Blech served as a market maker. Josephthal said it will begin making a market in the 57 stocks Blech previously covered and that it would take over the firm's stable of pending initial public offerings.
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November 23, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Gaylord Entertainment Says It's Not for Sale: USA Today reported that the entertainment company--which owns the Nashville Network, Country Music Television, the "Grand Ole Opry" and other properties--is on the block and could fetch as much as $3 billion. But Gaylord Entertainment Co. said Tuesday that it is not for sale, despite reports that Walt Disney, Turner Broadcasting, Tele-Communications Inc. and Tribune Co. had expressed interest in buying it.
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November 4, 1992 | From Reuters
Big demand for personal computers with bargain-basement prices is driving up the cost of computer chips, giving a boost to U.S. manufacturers but raising the stakes for embattled PC makers, experts say. Rising chip prices also stem from a preliminary Commerce Department decision to charge South Korean manufacturers with dumping memory chips on the U.S. market at unfair prices.
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January 13, 1998 | WALTER HAMILTON
Ever since Asia's financial meltdown struck Wall Street with full force in October, investors have held their breath, worrying about its negative impact on U.S. corporate earnings. The market feared that floundering Asian countries would buy fewer U.S. products while a torrent of cheaply priced Pacific Rim exports could force U.S. companies to cut prices domestically.
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