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December 31, 1988
* Jesse Levine has been named president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate. Levine, previously director of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate-International, replaces Lou Schwartz, who resigned to pursue other journalistic interests.
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BUSINESS
April 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Levine Named CEO of Los Angeles Times Syndicate: Jesse E. Levine has been named president and chief executive of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, a unit of the Los Angeles Times. Levine, 41, previously was president and chief operating officer of the syndicate. Levine succeeds Willard Colston, who was recently named director of media strategy.
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BUSINESS
April 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Levine Named CEO of Los Angeles Times Syndicate: Jesse E. Levine has been named president and chief executive of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, a unit of the Los Angeles Times. Levine, 41, previously was president and chief operating officer of the syndicate. Levine succeeds Willard Colston, who was recently named director of media strategy.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
L.A. Times to Fax Financial News to Subscribers: The Los Angeles Times Syndicate said it will produce personalized business news and stock summaries that will be delivered to subscribers via facsimile machine. Financial Fax will be offered through the Los Angeles Times beginning Aug. 3 and, in September, through the San Francisco Chronicle. The Prudential Securities brokerage also will offer clients the service.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
L.A. Times to Fax Financial News to Subscribers: The Los Angeles Times Syndicate said it will produce personalized business news and stock summaries that will be delivered to subscribers via facsimile machine. Financial Fax will be offered through the Los Angeles Times beginning Aug. 3 and, in September, through the San Francisco Chronicle. The Prudential Securities brokerage also will offer clients the service.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1990
Julia (Julie) Farkas, a copy editor for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, has died at her North Hollywood home. She was 49. Ms. Farkas died Wednesday of colon cancer, said her sister, Deborah Farkas of Sherman Oaks. Born March 19, 1941, in Philadelphia, she came to the San Fernando Valley in 1955. She graduated from North Hollywood High School and Valley College before working as a copy editor for TV Guide during the mid-1960s.
NEWS
May 1, 1995
Albert Moldvay, 74, a popular photographer for National Geographic magazine who wrote a syndicated advice column called "Your Photos." Moldvay was staff photographer and chief of film review at National Geographic for 15 years and wrote the book "The National Geographic Photographer's Field Guide." His column, which answered the questions of amateur photographers, was syndicated by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate from 1982 to 1986. He also served as photo columnist for Westways magazine.
NEWS
August 28, 1989 | From Times wire services
Political columnist Joseph Alsop died today at his home here. He was 78. Alsop had been in declining health for several months, said Patricia Alsop, wife of his brother, Stewart, who died in 1974. Joseph Alsop's death was attributed to lung cancer, anemia and emphysema. The Alsop brothers, who began as New Deal liberals but became more conservative in later years, wrote political columns syndicated by the now-defunct New York Herald Tribune.
FOOD
April 7, 1999
Russ Parsons is the new editor of the Los Angeles Times Food section. Parsons, who has worked at The Times since 1991 and served for several years as deputy editor, writes the In the Kitchen and In Season columns. Before joining the Food section, Parsons was food editor at the Los Angeles Times Syndicate. Before that, he edited the food section of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. Parsons replaces Laurie Ochoa, who had edited the section since 1993.
BUSINESS
January 3, 1986
Larry Strutton has been promoted to executive vice president, operations, at the Los Angeles Times. Strutton, 45, previously was vice president, operations. He will continue to be responsible for the administrative services, production and information systems departments. Strutton joined The Times in November, 1983. He previously worked for the Detroit Free Press as executive vice president responsible for operations, advertising, promotion and research.
BUSINESS
December 31, 1988
* Jesse Levine has been named president and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate. Levine, previously director of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate-International, replaces Lou Schwartz, who resigned to pursue other journalistic interests.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1985
Nick Thimmesch, a Washington-based columnist, died Thursday at his Chevy Chase, Md., home of liver cancer, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate said Thursday. He was 57. Articles by Thimmesch, whose twice-weekly political analysis appeared in about 40 newspapers, were published in Esquire, the New York Times Magazine, New York and Sports Illustrated, among other magazines.
BUSINESS
April 24, 1996
Robert N. Brisco has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing and new business development at the Los Angeles Times. In his new position, Brisco, who was vice president of marketing and new business development, continues to be responsible for advertising marketing, strategic planning, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate and new business operations at The Times.
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