April 29, 1998 |
Knight Ridder on Tuesday said it will move its headquarters to Silicon Valley from Miami in a bid to remake its image into a high-technology information provider from a traditional newspaper company. Of 150 corporate employees, Knight Ridder estimated that about 65 top executives, including Chairman and Chief Executive Tony Ridder, would relocate to California, where the company owns the San Jose Mercury News and several other newspapers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1992 |
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies arrested 21 striking drywall workers Tuesday on suspicion of trespassing at a Palmdale construction site. The workers were taken into custody about 7:25 a.m. at a site in the 39700 block of Milan Drive, Sgt. Robert Denham said. The strikers followed a delivery truck onto the site, where they allegedly threatened workers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1992 |
Striking drywall workers brought their nearly four-month-long protest to Palmdale on Tuesday, resulting in 16 arrests after workers were attacked and homes under construction vandalized, a sheriff's spokeswoman said. Damage was minimal and there were no injuries in the incidents, which began about 8:30 a.m. at 30th Street West and Avenue N, and 30th Street West and Avenue O-8, said Deputy Irma Becerra. About 50 strikers were involved.
July 19, 1991
David M. Lawrence has been named chief executive of Oakland-based Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals. The two organizations, their subsidiaries and the 12 independent Kaiser Permanente medical groups make up the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program, the nation's largest health maintenance organization.
April 9, 1992 |
Leaders in the state's construction industry went back to their all-male ways this year in selecting five new inductees, including the presidents of two Orange County-based firms, to the California Building Industry Foundation Hall of Fame. The industry-sponsored foundation picked its first--and so far only--female hall of fame member last year when Aliso Viejo developer Kathryn G. Thompson was inducted during the annual Pacific Coast Builders Conference.