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BUSINESS
September 13, 1988
John H. Gentling has been named senior vice president-industry affairs, and Thomas C. Moore has been named senior vice president-aircraft financing for McDonnell Douglas Finance Corp., Long Beach. Gentling previously was vice president-international airline financing. Moore was vice president-domestic airline financing. McDonnell Douglas Finance is a wholly owned subsidiary of McDonnell Douglas Corp.
BUSINESS
February 3, 1993 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Citing deteriorating prospects for McDonnell Douglas' commercial aircraft and defense businesses, Moody's Investors Services on Tuesday lowered its ratings on $5 billion of McDonnell's long-term debt. Moody's said McDonnell may be forced out of the commercial aircraft business if its sales don't improve. An exit would result in "large cash outlays," the bond rating agency said.
REAL ESTATE
September 8, 1985
C. W. Cook Co. Inc., has moved from 8459 Melrose Ave. to the Westside Towers, 11835 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 375, West Los Angeles. The 74-year-old civil engineering, land planning and land surveying firm had been at the Melrose Avenue address since 1926. "This is only the third location we've had," according to L. Paul Cook, president of the firm and third generation co-owner with his brother Lloyd J. Cook.
REAL ESTATE
August 25, 1985 | TERENCE M. GREEN, Times Staff Writer
Everybody likes to look at ships, even those who are so seasick-prone that they wouldn't set foot on one that was tied up to a pier. But how many offices are there where you can sit at your desk or in a visitor's chair and watch the ships and boats go by? Considering the whole Pacific coastline, quite a number, but not many of them are right on the shore--so close you can look down on the boats, not out at them.
BUSINESS
May 3, 1998
* Phillip B. Dandridge has joined Edison Capital in Irvine as vice president of finance. He had been with McDonnell Douglas Corp. for 18 years, most recently as treasurer of the $2.8-billion Boeing Capital Corp., formerly McDonnell Douglas Finance Corp. In that position, Dandridge was responsible for all capital market activities. * Ted M. Moore has been named regional vice president of Lenders Advantage, part of First American Title Insurance Co. in Santa Ana.
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