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January 17, 1993 | LINDA GRANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is no finish line in the race to business success. Instead, victory goes to the most lithe competitors--those ready to adapt to swift technological change and global challenge. The challenges are especially brutal in California, where the recession is deepest and the competition most profound. But for all the handwringing, the fact is that many California companies--especially manufacturers, but a smattering of service firms as well--have found ways to expand and be profitable.
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January 17, 1993 | LINDA GRANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is no finish line in the race to business success. Instead, victory goes to the most lithe competitors--those ready to adapt to swift technological change and global challenge. The challenges are especially brutal in California, where the recession is deepest and the competition most profound. But for all the handwringing, the fact is that many California companies--especially manufacturers, but a smattering of service firms as well--have found ways to expand and be profitable.
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BUSINESS
December 26, 1996 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They're the presents you can't return or exchange. Some ended up in the circular file. Others were consumed in a single sitting. They're corporate gifts--and this holiday season, they made a comeback. After a lull during the leaner economic times earlier in the decade, giving gifts to business clients became fashionable again this year along with that other recessionary reject, the Christmas party.
BUSINESS
December 26, 1996 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They're the presents you can't return or exchange. Some end up in the circular file. Others are consumed in a single sitting. They're corporate gifts--and they've made a comeback. After a lull during recent leaner economic times, gifts to business clients became fashionable again this year, along with that other recessionary reject, the Christmas party.
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November 14, 1999 | SUSAN VAUGHN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The late actress Billie Burke said of Hollywood, "To survive there, you need the ambition of a Latin American revolutionary, the ego of a grand opera tenor and the physical stamina of a cow pony." Had she worked in Tinseltown today, she might have added: the tenacity of a terrier and a bottomless trust fund. Tim Song Jones, 42, knows this all too well.
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