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August 18, 1997
New York-based WebGenesis/The Globe said Alamo Rent-A-Car founder Michael Egan has invested $20 million in the firm. . . . Pacific Bell said it has appointed Chuck Smith to the post of president of Network Operations, the first senior corporate officer to be based in Los Angeles.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 24, 2014 | By Ryan Faughnder
More civil lawsuits may be on the way against major Hollywood players in connection with sexual abuse allegations that have ensnared director Bryan Singer and other top entertainment industry figures. Jeff Herman, the attorney for the man who has accused Singer of abusing him as a teenager, told The Times that he's heard from other alleged victims. He said he's investigating these potential new cases and hopes to expose more illegal activity. “I've heard from dozens and dozens alleging they were abused in Hollywood as minors,” Herman said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1998
Re "Youthful Candidates Stake Claim to Santa Clarita City Council," Jan. 7. Eighteen-year-old Michael Egan is quoted as asking, "Who better to relate to youth but youth itself?" A couple of possible answers: 1) the green Mighty Morphin Power Ranger, 2) Ronald McDonald. Simply being able to relate to one subgroup or another is not an appropriate basis for a candidate's run for elective office. Egan should watch that he does not boast of something that is both meaningless and offensive to those who count among their expectations of a public official that he or she have some substantive practical or theoretical background in the problems of government.
NATIONAL
December 18, 2013 | By Tina Susman
NEW YORK - Wine expert Michael Egan eyed the six bottles of purported 1966 Montrachet sitting at the front of the courtroom. "They wouldn't look out of place in the urology department at Mt. Sinai," Egan said as he noted the cloudy liquid's sickly ocher cast. And they probably wouldn't taste much better than a specimen, according to Egan and other aficionados who testified this week in the fraud trial of Rudy Kurniawan, a onetime boy wonder of the wine world who once enjoyed an enthusiastic following in Los Angeles for his sophisticated palate and eye-popping collection of exquisite reds and whites.
NATIONAL
December 18, 2013 | By Tina Susman
NEW YORK - Wine expert Michael Egan eyed the six bottles of purported 1966 Montrachet sitting at the front of the courtroom. "They wouldn't look out of place in the urology department at Mt. Sinai," Egan said as he noted the cloudy liquid's sickly ocher cast. And they probably wouldn't taste much better than a specimen, according to Egan and other aficionados who testified this week in the fraud trial of Rudy Kurniawan, a onetime boy wonder of the wine world who once enjoyed an enthusiastic following in Los Angeles for his sophisticated palate and eye-popping collection of exquisite reds and whites.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 24, 2014 | By Ryan Faughnder
More civil lawsuits may be on the way against major Hollywood players in connection with sexual abuse allegations that have ensnared director Bryan Singer and other top entertainment industry figures. Jeff Herman, the attorney for the man who has accused Singer of abusing him as a teenager, told The Times that he's heard from other alleged victims. He said he's investigating these potential new cases and hopes to expose more illegal activity. “I've heard from dozens and dozens alleging they were abused in Hollywood as minors,” Herman said.
TRAVEL
November 18, 2001
ANC Rental Corp., the parent company of Alamo and National car rental companies, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week, the latest victim of the retreat in travel since the terrorist attacks. "The drastic decline in travel after Sept. 11 has taken a tremendous toll on our business, and our current capital and expense structure cannot absorb the shortfall," said ANC chairman and chief executive Michael Egan.
NEWS
December 23, 1999 | Associated Press
One pilot was killed and another seriously injured when their small planes collided Wednesday in the sky near a municipal airport. One plane was trying to land while another was flying through the area when they collided and crashed on top of each other, said Jim Peters, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration. The planes narrowly missed a house. One of the planes was registered to Daniel Webster College, a college of 500 students in Nashua, N.H.
BUSINESS
February 6, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Alamo Rent A Car to Restructure: The Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.-based company said it will eliminate the position of president and chief operating officer in addition to restructuring its operations into four divisions. The presidents of the newly created divisions are to report directly to Alamo's chairman and chief executive, Michael S. Egan, who also is the privately held company's majority shareholder. Charles D. Platt, 63, has retired as president and chief operating officer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1997
After four months as interim city manager, Michael J. Egan has been given the job. Egan, 39, an eight-year city employee, was selected on a 3-2 vote Friday after the City Council interviewed Egan and four other candidates. Mayor Pro Tem Art Oliver and Councilman Joe Cvetko opposed the appointment. Egan, who previously served as assistant city administrator and public services director, said the primary issue facing the city is developing an economic strategy for the future.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1998
Re "Youthful Candidates Stake Claim to Santa Clarita City Council," Jan. 7. Eighteen-year-old Michael Egan is quoted as asking, "Who better to relate to youth but youth itself?" A couple of possible answers: 1) the green Mighty Morphin Power Ranger, 2) Ronald McDonald. Simply being able to relate to one subgroup or another is not an appropriate basis for a candidate's run for elective office. Egan should watch that he does not boast of something that is both meaningless and offensive to those who count among their expectations of a public official that he or she have some substantive practical or theoretical background in the problems of government.
BUSINESS
August 18, 1997
New York-based WebGenesis/The Globe said Alamo Rent-A-Car founder Michael Egan has invested $20 million in the firm. . . . Pacific Bell said it has appointed Chuck Smith to the post of president of Network Operations, the first senior corporate officer to be based in Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
January 3, 2001 | Bloomberg News
ANC Rental Corp., parent of Alamo and National car-rental companies, said that its fourth-quarter loss is at least three times larger than forecast and that Chief Executive Michael Karsner had resigned. ANC stock plunged 43%. The company lost $45 million to $50 million on revenue of about $800 million. It had forecast a loss of as much as $15 million, spokeswoman Cheryl Budd said. Lower-than-anticipated demand in North America led to the larger loss at the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based company.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 18, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Wanted: tie-dyed shirts, signs, guitars, snapshots, bits of trampled fence and other groovy artifacts from the 1969 Woodstock concert. The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts wants the artifacts for a museum honoring Woodstock and the '60s, which could open next year. A 4,800-seat concert pavilion at the former farm 80 miles northwest of New York City opened this summer.
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