January 27, 1998
Alison A. Winter, president and chief executive of Northern Trust Bank of California, has been installed as chairwoman of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce for 1998. She is the first woman to hold the post in the chamber's 100-year history. Winter had served as the first vice chair of the 1,500-member organization. Northern Trust, a unit of Chicago-based Northern Trust Corp., on Monday began trading as part of the Standard & Poor's 500 index.
March 9, 1999
Three top women executives will discuss career management issues tonight at Women in Commercial Real Estate's March meeting at the Regency Club in Los Angeles. The panel consists of Sherry Barrat, president and chief executive of Northern Trust Bank of California; Kathryn Downing, president of the Los Angeles Times; and Kathy Schlossman, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission.
December 24, 1992
Colin M. Forkner has been named managing director of the Pasadena office of Northern Trust Bank of California. He will be responsible for managing all financial services of the office, said Alison A. Winter, president and chief executive officer. Forkner, a Pasadena resident, has been in banking 26 years, most recently as executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Community Bank in Pasadena.
May 5, 1999
BOOK SALE The Pacific Palisades Library Assn. presents its annual spring parking lot sale Saturday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. (310) 459-2754. GALA The Northern Trust Bank of California hosts its 46th Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Ball on Friday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. (310) 248-1000. CINCO DE MAYO Cal State L.A. kicks off its Chicano-Latino Awareness Series (commemorating such heroes as Cesar Chavez, left) today at 11 a.m. (323) 343-5247.
June 24, 1992 |
* Carole Eichen, president of Santa Ana's Carole Eichen Interiors Inc., says she has signed contracts with 14 builders in recent weeks to design 55 model homes in new complexes--most in California but including developments in Las Vegas, Chicago and parts of Florida. While the ups and downs of the model-home design business are not conventional economic indicators, Eichen said, they do "mirror consumer confidence. . . . We're seeing an upswing in buyer momentum, which is a very positive sign."