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December 22, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Basketball star Kurt Rambis has exchanged his seat on the Los Angeles Lakers' bench for a board seat at La Jolla Sport USA, an Irvine company that recently acquired U.S. rights to sell a popular line of surfing apparel. Rambis, 35, acquired an unspecified stake in La Jolla Sport, which hopes to bolster sales of the O'Neill Sportswear line by capitalizing on Santa Cruz-based O'Neill Inc.'s reputation as a leading wet suit manufacturer.
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December 22, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Basketball star Kurt Rambis has exchanged his seat on the Los Angeles Lakers' bench for a board seat at La Jolla Sport USA, an Irvine company that recently acquired U.S. rights to sell a popular line of surfing apparel. Rambis, 35, acquired an unspecified stake in La Jolla Sport, which hopes to bolster sales of the O'Neill Sportswear line by capitalizing on Santa Cruz-based O'Neill Inc.'s reputation as a leading wet suit manufacturer.
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March 29, 2009 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
About 24,000 3-in-1 highchairs, manufactured in Mexico and imported by Fisher-Price of East Aurora, N.Y., are being recalled because the seat can fall backward from the frame if the release is unlatched while a child is inside. The seat back can also detach if not snapped fully into place. The company has received one report of a detached seat back that resulted in a fractured skull. The highchairs were sold for about $100 at Target stores beginning in December 2008. Information: (800)
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