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November 22, 1997 | Karen Kaplan
Four cellular phone companies will get a second chance to prove in court that Cerritos-based Los Angeles Cellular Telephone used unfair competitive practices in its efforts to win subscribers from rival AirTouch Communications. Cel-Tech Communications, Comtech, Cellular Service and Nutek sued L.A. Cellular in 1994 because it was selling cell phones below cost. A trial court ruled that L.A.
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January 13, 1998 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state superior court judge on Monday refused to throw out a lawsuit holding L.A. Cellular Co. responsible for a customer's inability to reach 911 dispatchers during a 1994 carjacking attempt. Judge Bernard J. Kamins ruled that there are "triable" issues of fact on five of the six allegations made against the cellular phone company by Marcia Spielholz, a former MGM Studios executive who was shot and injured during the incident on the Westside.
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BUSINESS
June 17, 1996
L.A. Cellular Telephone Co. will be expanding operations and moving into a 100,000-square-foot office complex in Anaheim next month. The cellular-phone company said it plans to move 700 jobs to the city from offices in Cypress and Cerritos, then expects to create 200 new positions by the end of the year. City officials said the move is part of a trend by high-technology companies to move into facilities abandoned by the retreating defense industry. The company's new office, at 5515 E.
BUSINESS
November 22, 1997 | Karen Kaplan
Four cellular phone companies will get a second chance to prove in court that Cerritos-based Los Angeles Cellular Telephone used unfair competitive practices in its efforts to win subscribers from rival AirTouch Communications. Cel-Tech Communications, Comtech, Cellular Service and Nutek sued L.A. Cellular in 1994 because it was selling cell phones below cost. A trial court ruled that L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
A city zoning official has denied a city permit for the construction of a controversial 62-foot-high pole antenna for cellular phone transmissions on the campus of Patrick Henry Middle School. In a report released Tuesday, Associate Zoning Administrator Horace Tramel rejected a conditional-use permit requested by L.A. Cellular to build the antenna at the school.
BUSINESS
January 13, 1998 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state superior court judge on Monday refused to throw out a lawsuit holding L.A. Cellular Co. responsible for a customer's inability to reach 911 dispatchers during a 1994 carjacking attempt. Judge Bernard J. Kamins ruled that there are "triable" issues of fact on five of the six allegations made against the cellular phone company by Marcia Spielholz, a former MGM Studios executive who was shot and injured during the incident on the Westside.
BUSINESS
June 17, 1996
L.A. Cellular Telephone Co. will be expanding operations and moving into a 100,000-square-foot office complex in Anaheim next month. The cellular-phone company said it plans to move 700 jobs to the city from offices in Cypress and Cerritos, then expects to create 200 new positions by the end of the year. City officials said the move is part of a trend by high-technology companies to move into facilities abandoned by the retreating defense industry. The company's new office, at 5515 E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
A city zoning official has denied a city permit for the construction of a controversial 62-foot-high pole antenna for cellular phone transmissions on the campus of Patrick Henry Middle School. In a report released Tuesday, Associate Zoning Administrator Horace Tramel rejected a conditional-use permit requested by L.A. Cellular to build the antenna at the school.
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