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May 31, 2001 | Reuters
Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp., the largest publicly traded U.S. movie theater operator, said investment bank Pacific Capital Group Inc. won't help buy it as part of a bankruptcy reorganization. The withdrawal comes less than two weeks after a committee of unsecured creditors for New York-based Loews Cineplex first said it planned to file a competing plan. Loews Cineplex disclosed Pacific Capital's withdrawal in a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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May 31, 2001 | Reuters
Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp., the largest publicly traded U.S. movie theater operator, said investment bank Pacific Capital Group Inc. won't help buy it as part of a bankruptcy reorganization. The withdrawal comes less than two weeks after a committee of unsecured creditors for New York-based Loews Cineplex first said it planned to file a competing plan. Loews Cineplex disclosed Pacific Capital's withdrawal in a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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November 14, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
World POG Federation, the company that made Orange County the center of the craze over a bottle caps game, is getting a much needed cash infusion from a Beverly Hills company--but is paying a hefty price. The company's dynamic founder, Alan Rypinski, will give up controlling interest in the company that he founded two years ago as the milk cap fad was booming. He also will step down as chief executive. Rypinski said he had little choice.
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October 12, 1999
Former Gov. Pete Wilson has been named a managing director of Pacific Capital Group, a merchant bank and investment firm, the company announced Monday. Wilson will be a member of the senior management team and will take an active leadership role in the Beverly Hills-based firm's private investment activities. "I am excited to work with a group that has provided the capital investment that has contributed to the formation and growth of so many companies," Wilson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1999
Former Gov. Pete Wilson has been named a managing director of Pacific Capital Group, a merchant bank and investment firm, the company announced Monday. Wilson will be a member of the senior management team and will take an active leadership role in the Beverly Hills-based firm's private investment activities. "I am excited to work with a group that has provided the capital investment that has contributed to the formation and growth of so many companies," Wilson said.
BUSINESS
July 31, 1999 | E. Scott Reckard
An Orange County investment group said Friday that it completed the purchase of defaulted and foreclosed Japanese loans with a face amount of $1.7 billion from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, the world's biggest bank. Pacific Capital Investors, the 9-month-old local group, is competing with large Wall Street firms and "vulture funds" also hoping to benefit by buying bad debts in Japan at a fraction of their face value, then striking deals with the borrowers to repay them at steep discounts.
BUSINESS
April 17, 2000 | SOLOMON MOORE
Abbott Brown, co-founder of Bermuda-based telecom behemoth Global Crossing Ltd., quit three weeks ago to devote his full energy--and about $100 million--to Ridgestone Corp., a Westwood-based venture capital firm he created in 1997. After helping the transoceanic fiber-optic company grow to 12,000 employees and a market capitalization of $40 billion, Brown says he is pining for quieter--if not greener--pastures.
BUSINESS
October 29, 1998 | From Associated Press
Here are the people and companies charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission in its crackdown on illegal Internet stock promotion. The first group settled the cases, neither admitting nor denying wrongdoing. The second group of cases are pending. Settled Cases * John D. Attalienti and Barrow Street Research. * Donald A. Baillargeon (Emerging Company Report), Los Angeles. * Everett Gust and High Growth Publishing Group (Portfolio Prospects and High Growth newsletters), Costa Mesa.
BUSINESS
July 9, 2004 | Josh Friedman, Times Staff Writer
Global Crossing Ltd. founder Gary Winnick averted a $116-million verdict by settling a breach-of-contract lawsuit brought by a former business partner moments before that decision would have become official, according to jurors in the four-week civil trial held in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
BUSINESS
May 30, 2001 | From Bloomberg News
Pacific Capital Group Inc., an investment firm headed by Global Crossing Ltd. Chairman Gary Winnick, sold 10 million shares of Global Crossing to make investments in other companies. Closely held Pacific Capital, founded by Winnick in 1985, sold the shares with a so-called collar arrangement. The collar will let the Beverly Hills-based investment company share in any future gains in the stock price while limiting exposure to a price decline.
BUSINESS
July 31, 1999 | E. Scott Reckard
An Orange County investment group said Friday that it completed the purchase of defaulted and foreclosed Japanese loans with a face amount of $1.7 billion from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, the world's biggest bank. Pacific Capital Investors, the 9-month-old local group, is competing with large Wall Street firms and "vulture funds" also hoping to benefit by buying bad debts in Japan at a fraction of their face value, then striking deals with the borrowers to repay them at steep discounts.
BUSINESS
November 14, 1995 | DAN MARGOLIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
World POG Federation, the company that made Orange County the center of the craze over a bottle caps game, is getting a much needed cash infusion from a Beverly Hills company--but is paying a hefty price. The company's dynamic founder, Alan Rypinski, will give up controlling interest in the company that he founded two years ago as the milk cap fad was booming. He also will step down as chief executive. Rypinski said he had little choice.
BUSINESS
July 17, 2007 | Kathy M. Kristof, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge dismissed criminal charges Monday against 13 former partners of accounting giant KPMG, including two in Southern California, gutting what had been billed as the largest tax fraud case in U.S. history. The ex-partners and other defendants were accused of helping wealthy KPMG clients, including Global Crossing Ltd.
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