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February 1, 1998
I was pleased to read in The Times (Jan. 11) about UC Irvine's plans to make improvements in its approach to supporting Orange County's small businesses. The recent closure of the Accelerate business development center provides an opportunity for the university to better focus its outreach efforts and to develop a more comprehensive program drawing from strengths in many parts of the campus. As an Orange County business executive, I look forward to the new opportunities that will result from the university's latest efforts to better serve the local business community.
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BUSINESS
February 1, 1998
I was pleased to read in The Times (Jan. 11) about UC Irvine's plans to make improvements in its approach to supporting Orange County's small businesses. The recent closure of the Accelerate business development center provides an opportunity for the university to better focus its outreach efforts and to develop a more comprehensive program drawing from strengths in many parts of the campus. As an Orange County business executive, I look forward to the new opportunities that will result from the university's latest efforts to better serve the local business community.
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BUSINESS
November 15, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though it has been based in Orange County for nearly a decade, Costain Homes Inc. has never built a house here--until now. Flush with a cash infusion from its publicly owned British parent company, Costain recently outbid some of the better-known local names in home building to buy an $8-million Fountain Valley property that was formerly a school. In what will be the company's first Orange County project, Costain plans to build more than 60 homes there priced at about $375,000 each.
NEWS
July 2, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS / TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's be blunt: Julie Newcomb Hill has it made. She's president and CEO of a publicly owned land development company, Costain Homes, a unique position for a woman in the United States. She's able to arrange her schedule so she leaves the office at 2:30 each day and spends the rest of the afternoon with her 10-year-old son, Matthew. She's bright--a graduate with honors from UCLA, where she was also homecoming queen in 1967. She's athletic--a skier, swimmer, onetime sky diver and hang glider.
NEWS
July 2, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS / TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's be blunt: Julie Newcomb Hill has it made. She's president and CEO of a publicly owned land development company, Costain Homes, a unique position for a woman in the United States. She's able to arrange her schedule so she leaves the office at 2:30 each day and spends the rest of the afternoon with her 10-year-old son, Matthew. She's bright--a graduate with honors from UCLA, where she was also homecoming queen in 1967. She's athletic--a skier, swimmer, onetime sky diver and hang glider.
BUSINESS
February 6, 1997
Six Orange County executives have been honored by the Forum for Corporate Directors for their work as board members. They are: James L. Doti, president of Chapman University; William P. Foley II, chairman and chief executive of Fidelity National Financial Inc.; Terry Hartshorn, president and chief executive of UniHealth; Julie Newcomb Hill, president and chief executive of Costain Homes Inc.; Robert Hoff, partner with Crosspoint Ventures; and Thomas C.K. Yuen, chairman of SRS Labs Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
The achievements and humanitarian contributions of Orange County women were celebrated Thursday when the local chapter of the American Red Cross presented its third annual Clara Barton Spectrum Awards. Keynote speaker at the fund-raising luncheon was California First Lady Gayle Wilson, who praised the spirit of volunteerism in America but said there is a critical need for additional service, especially as mentors for young people.
BUSINESS
April 3, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Just as the real estate market is heating up again, builder Costain Homes Inc. is expected to shut down its operations after selling its remaining homes in Thousand Oaks, industry sources say. Executives at Costain and its parent company, British conglomerate Costain Group Plc in London, wouldn't comment on their plans for the U.S. home-building unit. But several sources close to the company said the Newport Beach business would be closed.
BUSINESS
April 3, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Just as the real estate market is heating up, home builder Costain Homes Inc. is expected to shut down its operations after selling its remaining homes in Thousand Oaks, industry sources say. Executives at Costain and its parent company, British conglomerate Costain Group in London, wouldn't comment on their plans for the U.S. home building unit. But several sources close to the company said the Newport Beach-based business would be closed.
NEWS
September 15, 1994 | ANN CONWAY
Musicians and music buffs gathered for a champagne reception on Tuesday night at the Virgin Megastore in Costa Mesa to celebrate the release of the Pacific Symphony's new compact disc on the KOCH International label. Said longtime orchestra supporter Marcy Mulville: "The CD is a wonderful thing for us. It will help people acknowledge who we are, introduce them to our marvelous musicians and the kind of music we are giving to Orange County." Texas-born Carl St.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though it has been based in Orange County for nearly a decade, Costain Homes Inc. has never built a house here--until now. Flush with a cash infusion from its publicly owned British parent company, Costain recently outbid some of the better-known local names in home building to buy an $8-million Fountain Valley property that was formerly a school. In what will be the company's first Orange County project, Costain plans to build more than 60 homes there priced at about $375,000 each.
REAL ESTATE
March 5, 1995
For the second year in a row, Los Angeles-based Kaufman & Broad Home Corp. easily captured the top spot in The Times annual survey of residential building in Southern California, building almost 3,000 houses and generating revenue of more than a half-billion dollars in 1994. K&B built 2,946 single-family houses last year and sold all but 393 of them for a sales volume of $513 million, an increase of 18.2% over its 1993 revenues of $434 million.
BUSINESS
October 12, 1997
Ian Olsen has been chosen to head up Newport Beach-based Rockwell Semiconductor Systems' new personal imaging division. He was appointed vice president and general manager of the division, which will develop, manufacture and market semiconductor system solutions for facsimile products and other personal imaging devices. Olsen had been director of marketing for the Personal Systems group at National Semiconductor. * Lew Graham has been named director of U.S.
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