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November 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Anti-Smoking Ad Account Undecided: The agency that will create the $16-million anti-smoking campaign for the California Department of Health Services for the next three years remains in limbo. Although a 12-member panel recommended that the account remain at the incumbent agency, Venice-based Livingston & Keye, an appeal has been filed by the runner-up, Los Angeles agency Davis, Ball & Colombatto.
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January 15, 2007 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
The Clippers were so impressed with the potential of Shaun Livingston that they declined to include him in proposals for All-Star guard Allen Iverson, who was traded from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Denver Nuggets in December. The Clippers could offer the third-year point guard, under contract next season for $4.4 million, a multiyear extension this summer that would begin in the 2008-09 season.
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BUSINESS
December 13, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Anti-Smoking Ad Account to Livingston: The State Department of Health Services has decided to keep its $16-million anti-smoking advertising account at the Venice agency Livingston & Keye. Livingston is an offshoot of the now-defunct agency that formerly handled it, Keye/Donna/Pearlstein. The Los Angeles agency Davis, Ball & Colombatto filed a protest with the state after it failed to win the ad business last week.
BUSINESS
December 13, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Anti-Smoking Ad Account to Livingston: The State Department of Health Services has decided to keep its $16-million anti-smoking advertising account at the Venice agency Livingston & Keye. Livingston is an offshoot of the now-defunct agency that formerly handled it, Keye/Donna/Pearlstein. The Los Angeles agency Davis, Ball & Colombatto filed a protest with the state after it failed to win the ad business last week.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the most creative but financially strapped ad firms in Los Angeles, Keye/Donna/Pearlstein, is expected to announce next week plans to merge with the Seattle agency Livingston & Co. A deal has been signed which would rename the ad firm Livingston & Keye, according to well-placed industry sources who asked not to be identified. Many--but not all--of Keye/Donna's estimated 30 employees will be retained by Livingston.
SPORTS
January 15, 2007 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
The Clippers were so impressed with the potential of Shaun Livingston that they declined to include him in proposals for All-Star guard Allen Iverson, who was traded from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Denver Nuggets in December. The Clippers could offer the third-year point guard, under contract next season for $4.4 million, a multiyear extension this summer that would begin in the 2008-09 season.
BUSINESS
March 5, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
Joe Eisaman isn't shy to admit it. He's on the prowl to merge his agency with a smaller ad firm. "It might never have happened in better times," said Eisaman, whose Los Angeles agency Eisaman, Johns & Laws Advertising, creates ads for Neutrogena and Price Pfister. "But rather than everyone hunkering down, I see the opportunity for two small agencies to both get stronger by merging." By one estimate, nearly half of the 250 or so agencies in the Los Angeles area are scouting around for partners.
NEWS
April 9, 1993 | SUE REILLY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Pigging Out, Artistically Tony Devroude, 50, who has helped update the interiors of such hotels as the Riviera and Tropicana in Las Vegas, is in hog heaven now that his latest project is almost complete. He's been fashioning pigs in a basket, and pigs in airplanes, for the new Tony Roma for Ribs restaurant, scheduled to open in May at the City Walk area in Universal City. Devroude shares artistic honors with fellow Art Center of Los Angeles graduate Walter Monska, 57.
BUSINESS
March 6, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After 40 years in the advertising business, Paul Keye is starting over. Last month, Paul Keye left behind the rubble of the once-dynamic agency he co-founded, Keye/Donna/Pearlstein, to become chairman of the newly opened Los Angeles ad firm Livingston & Keye. Keye, 61, created the state's anti-smoking campaign that portrays tobacco executives as evil scoundrels. One ad he wrote warns: "The tobacco industry is not your friend."
BUSINESS
November 28, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Anti-Smoking Ad Account Undecided: The agency that will create the $16-million anti-smoking campaign for the California Department of Health Services for the next three years remains in limbo. Although a 12-member panel recommended that the account remain at the incumbent agency, Venice-based Livingston & Keye, an appeal has been filed by the runner-up, Los Angeles agency Davis, Ball & Colombatto.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the most creative but financially strapped ad firms in Los Angeles, Keye/Donna/Pearlstein, is expected to announce next week plans to merge with the Seattle agency Livingston & Co. A deal has been signed which would rename the ad firm Livingston & Keye, according to well-placed industry sources who asked not to be identified. Many--but not all--of Keye/Donna's estimated 30 employees will be retained by Livingston.
BUSINESS
April 23, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
When out-of-town agencies open branches in Los Angeles, most competitors welcome them with Bronx cheers--at best. Local advertisers often respond with equal enthusiasm. But lured by the prospects of fat ad revenues, agencies from New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and, most recently, Seattle have all amassed here to grab the mythical brass ring. Some have closed within just a few years. Others remain--despite years of losses--to impress big East Coast clients. A few have flourished.
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