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Philip J Kaplan

July 30, 2002 | Associated Press
The publisher of a profane Web site that skewers troubled companies launched a new online service Monday showcasing the correspondence of top executives and managers. is the brainchild of Philip J. Kaplan, a wisecracking high-tech contractor who touched a nerve in May 2000 when he launched a sarcastic Web site ridiculing dead dot-coms.
June 8, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Philip J. Kaplan, the bawdy joker behind a profane website that skewered casualties of the dot-com bust, found out that mocking other executives was easier than trying to run a rapidly expanding company. Kaplan has stepped down as chief executive of AdBrite Inc., the online advertising agency he started in late 2004. Kaplan, 30, resigned this month to make way for veteran manager Ignacio "Iggy" Fanlo, a former investment banker who helped build and then sell to EBay Inc.
November 7, 2006 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Two Los Angeles police officers filed a lawsuit against the city Monday, alleging that the Police Department transferred them from gang-enforcement efforts in the troubled Jordan Downs housing project after gang members and their supporters made many unsustained complaints about them.
April 28, 2002
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May 24, 2005 | Chris Gaither, Times Staff Writer
It's Monday morning at an online-advertising conference, and the chief executive of AdBrite Inc. is talking about repurchase rates and average per-click costs. But he's seriously distracted by the busty models serving beer in the booth next door. At the first opportunity -- after getting through his sales pitch -- he reaches over for a plastic cup of Amstel Light. Potential clients might recoil at the sight of a CEO behaving this way before lunch. But those who recognize Philip J.
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