CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1999
* Crane Aerospace, Burbank, a division of Crane Co., announced promotions at two of its operating units. Greg Ward has been named president of Hydro-Aire Inc. Ward joined Hydro-Aire as vice president of manufacturing in 1993 and most recently was senior vice president, operations and customer satisfaction. Elise Kopczick has been named president of Lear Romec. For the past four years, Kopczick had been vice president, people and processes at Hydro-Aire.
February 12, 2001 |
What does it take to make a business recession-proof? There's more to the job than simply having enough cash on hand or a reliable source of bank financing. You must also use your capital wisely. That means running your business efficiently, paying close attention to three key elements of your operations: * production and distribution * staffing * receivables and payables These items are like boulders in a riverbed, which create swirls and eddies in the current.
August 19, 1997 |
TravelMax International Inc. has sued former officers and certain shareholders for more than $13 million, alleging that they misappropriated company funds and defrauded shareholders. The suit alleges that the former president, William Montgomery Alverson, and the former chief financial officer, Dale Paisley, conspired with other investors and associates to steer funds from TravelMax to other companies.
September 24, 1995 |
It was Arizona State's second consecutive look at an option offense, but this time the result was far more pleasing for Coach Bruce Snyder. The Sun Devils, who were trounced, 77-28, at No. 2 Nebraska last week, managed to muster enough big plays Saturday night to beat error-prone Oregon State, 20-11, in a Pacific 10 Conference game. "Defending that wishbone is not easy. It seems you run 40 yards to the right on one play and 40 yards to the left the next," Snyder said.
October 21, 1989 |
Peace activist Irving Sarnoff will deliver a talk on "Live to Save Our Planet" in an observation of United Nations Day Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Unitarian Universalist Church, 1259 Victoria St., Costa Mesa. Sarnoff has been active in peace and anti-nuclear movements around the world. He is vice president of the Southern California World Federalists Assn.
October 9, 1998 |
R. Jay Soward's performances are fueled by emotion--for better and for worse--and he got a talking-to after receiving a taunting penalty for tossing the football at Arizona State's Mitchell Freedman after catching a touchdown pass last week. "You know who--Coach [Paul] Hackett," Soward said. "He gave it to me kind of hard, and told me I'm a better player than that. "I agree with him totally. I never planned to do it. It just happened."