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BUSINESS
May 4, 1989
Spiegel Inc.: The nation's largest direct marketer said first-quarter net earnings dipped to $6.3 million from $6.8 million a year ago. Revenue rose 37% to $324.5 million. The Oak Brook, Ill., firm said the latest earnings were affected by financing expenses of about $6 million, before taxes, related to the acquisition of Eddie Bauer and Honeybee retailers. Tables, Page 13
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BUSINESS
February 23, 1988
Drewry Photocolor said it intends to sell its Burbank headquarters and its largest processing laboratory to Osco Drug of Oak Brook, Ill. for approximately $5.7 million in cash. The deal must be approved by shareholders. The Burbank-based firm, which develops film for retail clients, will retain three labs, one of which is in Hayward. The other two labs are in Tacoma, Wash. and Denver, Colo.
NEWS
February 15, 1985 | United Press International
Union Carbide employees in the United States have raised more than $100,000 to aid the victims of the catastrophic leak at a company plant in Bhopal, India, the company said Thursday. The Missionaries of Charity in New York, Lions Club International Foundation of Oak Brook, Ill., and Share and Care Foundation for India of Ramsey, N.J., will distribute the donations, the company said.
NEWS
February 21, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Dr. Jack Kevorkian stuck his fingers in his ears in a gesture of disdain as lawyers at his assisted-suicide trial in Pontiac argued over whether his primary intent was to relieve suffering or simply to kill. The 67-year-old retired pathologist is accused of assisting in the 1993 deaths of Merian Frederick, 72, of Ann Arbor, and Dr. Ali Khalili, 61, of Oak Brook, Ill. They died after inhaling carbon monoxide.
AUTOS
August 15, 2013 | By Catherine Green
Most electric vehicles are best used as second cars, given their short range and long recharging times. Now comes the Innova Dash -- a "third car" that lies somewhere between a golf cart and a passenger vehicle. “It's meant to be more of a third-car option than a primary vehicle,” said Marta Cyhan, Innova's U.S. managing director. “This is for people to try out, rather than [opt for] complete substitution.” PHOTOS: Plugging in: Electric cars Innova, an early-stage company based in Oak Brook, Ill., starts taking orders on the mini-electric car today and expects to deliver them starting in October.
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