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October 7, 1988 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, Times Staff Writer
Rainer E. Gut was posing for a photographer at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday when a curious bystander asked one of Gut's associates if the distinguished-looking man was a movie star. The onlooker seemed disappointed by the negative answer. Gut laughed as he told the story later in his suite at the Four Seasons Hotel a block outside of Beverly Hills. This is, after all, the home of the movies.
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October 7, 1988 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, Times Staff Writer
Rainer E. Gut was posing for a photographer at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday when a curious bystander asked one of Gut's associates if the distinguished-looking man was a movie star. The onlooker seemed disappointed by the negative answer. Gut laughed as he told the story later in his suite at the Four Seasons Hotel a block outside of Beverly Hills. This is, after all, the home of the movies.
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October 11, 1988 | Associated Press
First Boston Corp., faced with increasing competition from its sister company, Financiere Credit Suisse-First Boston, will merge with the London-based firm in a $1.1-billion deal. The merger, approved by First Boston's board and announced Sunday, follows six months of negotiations. "The new structure will help the two organizations overcome strains that have developed in their relationship because of the far-reaching changes in the global marketplace," the firms said in a statement.
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February 6, 1997 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The biggest Swiss banks--increasingly under fire at home and abroad for their role in World War II, when neutral Switzerland had vast business dealings with Nazi Germany--announced Wednesday that they are setting up a $70-million fund to assist victims of the Holocaust. The decision comes after months of criticism over alleged Swiss foot-dragging in tracking down dormant accounts belonging to Jews and others killed in the war.
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