September 24, 1988
The Philadelphia Phillies fired manager Lee Elia Friday and named coach John Vukovich as interim manager for the rest of the season. General Manager Lee Thomas said that next year's manager will come from outside the organization and will be named as quickly as possible after the end of this season. Elia was hired on June 18, 1987, replacing John Felske. The Phillies are in the National League East cellar and have lost 33 of their last 47 games.
October 15, 1997 |
St. Joseph Hospital took over financial management Tuesday of struggling Children's Hospital of Orange County. The management plan, which allows CHOC to remain an independent institution with its own board and management, was approved by both institutions' boards. The two organizations announced plans for the business arrangement in June.
February 14, 1993 |
A 46-year-old British man collapsed and died from a suspected heart attack while trekking through mountains in freezing fog on a management training course, police said Saturday. Rescue teams found that four of his companions had failed to revive the man, who had been walking in the Brecon Beacons in Wales Friday.
September 27, 1994 |
Dawn Hodson, president of J. D. Hodson & Associates, a Ventura management consulting firm, says there are four main behavioral styles in business: * Drivers. "They're direct. They hate indecision. Deal with them by being equally direct and producing results." * Amiables. "They're warm, sincere and loyal, but they hate sudden change. Cooperate with them; don't compete." * Expressives. "They're confident and very verbal. They want to be liked. Don't argue." * Analyticals.
October 29, 1992 |
Would you buy your next computer from a "holonic" technology company? Nippon Electric Corp.'s president, Tadahiro Sekimoto, is betting that you will. According to Sekimoto, a holonic company is organized around the design principle of laser holography: Each part of the company reflects the structure of the whole, giving it the twin strengths of unity and diversity.
March 27, 2004 |
Gateway Inc., the personal computer maker that lost $1.84 billion in the last three years, announced a new senior management team that reports to incoming Chief Executive Wayne Inouye. Of the 13 senior vice presidents, six come from EMachines Inc. Gateway said six executives in charge of PC products, consumer products, professional products, customer service and support and operations would leave the company after an unspecified transition period.
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May 6, 2006 |
A Thousand Oaks man and a Lancaster woman were arrested this week on suspicion of embezzlement in the theft of more than $100,000 from a homeowners association, authorities said. Daphne Ann Brenon, former president of now-defunct Dahl Davis Property Management in Westlake Village, which had a contract to oversee the Spanish Hills Homeowners Assn. in Camarillo, and Reynaldo Diaz Bernabe, an employee of the firm, are expected to be arraigned next week, according to Ventura County authorities.
April 14, 1992
Haben Industries Inc., a plastics manufacturer in Van Nuys, is under new management following its merger with Embrace Technology Systems Inc., an Angola, N.Y.-based company that is developing ways to recycle plastic into insulation and other products. The companies merged last week through an exchange of stock, with Embrace's stockholders maintaining a combined 84% ownership of the newly merged company. Haben also plans to change its name to Embrace Systems Corp. within a few weeks. D.
October 4, 2000 |
Charles Schwab Corp. said Tuesday that Vice Chairman Steven L. Scheid will become president of its retail business, succeeding Linnet F. Deily, who will join a newly created office of the president to focus on strategy at the biggest online brokerage. Chris Dodds, Scheid's successor last year as chief financial officer, will now report directly to Schwab President and co-Chief Executive David S. Pottruck instead of Scheid.
November 9, 2001 |
Ford Motor Co. moved to shore up its luxury car division as part of a wide-ranging management shake-up following last week's ouster of Jacques Nasser as chief executive. Ford said Richard Parry-Jones, a widely respected executive who heads its largest engineering organization, will assume the added responsibility of leading day-to-day product development at its Premier Automotive Group.