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June 7, 1993 | JAMES M. GOMEZ
Lisa Remington always saw herself as a media mogul. She's on her way with publication aimed at health care industry. LAGUNA NIGUEL--Since high school, Lisa Remington has envisioned herself as one day becoming a media mogul. Always an avid reader, she has staunchly believed that her destiny would include launching her own magazine, with the thrill of deadlines and seeing the finished copies on coffee tables nationwide.
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June 7, 1993 | JAMES M. GOMEZ
Lisa Remington always saw herself as a media mogul. She's on her way with publication aimed at health care industry. LAGUNA NIGUEL--Since high school, Lisa Remington has envisioned herself as one day becoming a media mogul. Always an avid reader, she has staunchly believed that her destiny would include launching her own magazine, with the thrill of deadlines and seeing the finished copies on coffee tables nationwide.
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December 19, 1993 | CHRISTINA V. GODBEY
Since last month's fires, Steve Davis has spent a lot more time climbing around the charred hills above Malibu. To the Pepperdine University botany professor, there is no better time to study the effect of wildfires on the laurel sumac and mountain lilac, prominent members of the native plant community that flourish in the Santa Monica Mountains. He has gathered data at a study site above the Malibu campus for 10 years.
BUSINESS
November 29, 1992 | JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The beads of perspiration that formed on Dr. Mark Anton's furrowed forehead glistened under the bright light bathing the operating room. Flanked by two masked nurses, he quickly completed the surgery. The patient, still unconscious, was soon wheeled into the post-operation suite. Within hours she was sent home to recuperate. Home? After a two-hour surgery? That, indeed, is what the doctor ordered.
BUSINESS
January 3, 1993 | DEAN TAKAHASHI and JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
What's wrong when Orange County creates more jobs in hamburger production than rocket production? What's wrong when a high-tech manufacturer opts to move 500 local jobs to New York because of tax incentives and California's state employment agency opens a new office in tony Mission Viejo to handle jobless claims? The answer is the oft-quoted slogan for Bill Clinton's presidential campaign: It's the economy, stupid.
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