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TRAVEL
March 22, 1987 | JERRY HULSE, Times Travel Editor
In the wake of a distressing 1986 season in Europe, the travel industry is focusing on 1987 with cautious optimism. While strides were made in tourism in many areas of the world last year, Europe suffered. With reports of scattered violence, Americans by the thousands canceled trips. It was a disappointing year for the Europeans, who have come to depend on U.S. tourism to bolster their own economies. Airlines took huge losses along with hotel and tour operators.
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BUSINESS
November 9, 1987 | JONATHAN PETERSON, Times Staff Writer
At the Claremont Graduate School, when they talk about classes in management, invariably they talk about a professor named Peter. But if you were to have a chat with Peter, he might tell you the real apostle was Paul. Paul is Paul A.
NEWS
October 15, 1990 | PAUL DEAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shane Geringer went to a Raiders game last month, took off his shirt, got some sun, had a few beers and then, police said, kicked another fan into a coma. Almost routine, claim behaviorists who have studied the incident. Apart from the degree of injury, they said, bleacher blows are thrown just about everywhere every Sunday. And in terms of drive-by shootings and terrorist bombings, they added, football punch-ups barely quiver the needle on today's gauges of calculated human violence.
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