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April 12, 1989
Christopher B. Forgy has been appointed senior vice president, marketing, sales and programming, for Times Mirror Cable Television, Irvine. He succeeds Lawrence M. Higby, who previously was named president of The Times Orange County Edition. Forgy joined Times Mirror Cable in 1984 as vice president and general manager of its Las Vegas system. In 1986, he became vice president of field marketing and sales development for the company, and in 1987 he was appointed vice president of national marketing and programming.
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August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
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BUSINESS
February 12, 1986
Lawrence M. Higby has been named senior vice president for marketing sales and programming at Times Mirror Cable Television, Larry W. Wangberg, president and chief executive, announced. Higby comes to Times Mirror from America's Pharmacy, where he served as president of the mail-order consumer pharmacy products company. Earlier, he was senior vice president of marketing for Taco Bell, PepsiCo's Irvine-based fast food unit.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Lawrence M. Higby, president of the Los Angeles Times Orange County edition and a vice president of The Times, and William A. Niese, vice president and general counsel, have been promoted to newly created positions of senior vice presidents. Higby, as senior vice president of consumer marketing, will oversee circulation, promotion and cable marketing programs at The Times, including marketing of the paper's Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Ventura and San Diego editions.
BUSINESS
September 14, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
Lawrence M. Higby, president of the Los Angeles Times Orange County edition and a vice president of The Times, and William A. Niese, vice president and general counsel, have been promoted to newly created positions of senior vice presidents. Higby, as senior vice president of consumer marketing, will oversee circulation, promotion and cable marketing programs at The Times, including marketing of the paper's Orange County, San Fernando Valley, Ventura and San Diego editions.
BUSINESS
January 20, 1989
The Los Angeles Times on Thursday announced a series of management changes at its Orange County Edition aimed at increasing the edition's autonomy and strengthening its competitive position. Times Publisher and Chief Executive Tom Johnson said a top marketing executive of Times Mirror Cable Television will assume the newly created position of president of the Orange County Edition. Lawrence M.
BUSINESS
August 6, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
EuGene L. Falk has been named executive vice president and general manager of the Los Angeles Times, and Lawrence M. Higby has been named executive vice president, marketing, it was announced Wednesday. David Laventhol, The Times' publisher and chief executive officer, said the promotions will take effect in September, when Steven L. Isenberg, currently The Times' executive vice president, marketing, leaves Los Angeles to rejoin Newsday, the Long Island, N.Y.-based paper, as deputy publisher.
BUSINESS
June 30, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Unocal Corp. Move Likely: The oil giant is expected to sign a lease today for a 12-story Costa Mesa building where it will move 700 employees and the headquarters of a key division. After several months of negotiations, the Los Angeles company's marketing and refining arm, 76 Products Co., will sign a 10-year lease for the Bank of America building near South Coast Plaza. Lawrence M.
BUSINESS
February 25, 1991
Jeffrey S. Klein has been named president of the Los Angeles Times San Fernando Valley and Ventura County editions, David Laventhol, Times publisher and chief executive, announced. Klein is now assistant to the publisher. Klein will replace Jeffrey S. Hall, who has been named special assistant to Richard T. Schlosberg III, group vice president-newspapers, for The Times' parent company, Times Mirror.
BUSINESS
April 12, 1989
Christopher B. Forgy has been appointed senior vice president, marketing, sales and programming, for Times Mirror Cable Television, Irvine. He succeeds Lawrence M. Higby, who previously was named president of The Times Orange County Edition. Forgy joined Times Mirror Cable in 1984 as vice president and general manager of its Las Vegas system. In 1986, he became vice president of field marketing and sales development for the company, and in 1987 he was appointed vice president of national marketing and programming.
BUSINESS
January 20, 1989
The Los Angeles Times on Thursday announced a series of management changes at its Orange County Edition aimed at increasing the edition's autonomy and strengthening its competitive position. Times Publisher and Chief Executive Tom Johnson said a top marketing executive of Times Mirror Cable Television will assume the newly created position of president of the Orange County Edition. Lawrence M.
BUSINESS
February 12, 1986
Lawrence M. Higby has been named senior vice president for marketing sales and programming at Times Mirror Cable Television, Larry W. Wangberg, president and chief executive, announced. Higby comes to Times Mirror from America's Pharmacy, where he served as president of the mail-order consumer pharmacy products company. Earlier, he was senior vice president of marketing for Taco Bell, PepsiCo's Irvine-based fast food unit.
BUSINESS
February 14, 2002 | From Times Wire Services
Philip Carter, who led Apria Healthcare Group Inc.'s turnaround from near bankruptcy, has resigned as chief executive, the company said Wednesday. Lawrence M. Higby, Apria's president and chief operating officer, was named to succeed Carter. The company, a major provider of home health-care services, also said net income rose 30% in the fourth quarter on a 13% increase in revenue, but the stock dropped $1.33 a share to $22.29 on the New York Stock Exchange.
BUSINESS
February 9, 2006 | From Associated Press
Apria Healthcare Group Inc., a provider of home-based medical treatment, said Wednesday that its fourth-quarter profit tumbled 28% because of lower sales and reduced Medicare reimbursements. The Lake Forest-based company's earnings fell to $19.5 million, or 43 cents a share, from $27.3 million, to 55 cents, a year earlier. Excluding certain severance payments and a tax benefit, earnings would have been $18 million, or 40 cents a share. Revenue fell 4.4% to $359.7 million from $376.4 million.
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