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August 13, 2001 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ram Sareen shows off a row of computer workstations in his sleek downtown Los Angeles storefront, eliciting approving nods from a group of would-be clients. Such a display would rate a yawn in Silicon Valley. But it's an anomaly in the gritty heart of the garment district, where scissors still rank as a cutting-edge tool. Sareen is out to change that.
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August 13, 2001 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ram Sareen shows off a row of computer workstations in his sleek downtown Los Angeles storefront, eliciting approving nods from a group of would-be clients. Such a display would rate a yawn in Silicon Valley. But it's an anomaly in the gritty heart of the garment district, where scissors still rank as a cutting-edge tool. Sareen is out to change that.
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April 6, 2012 | By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times
The embattled former chairman of a foundation at Los Angeles Trade Technical College that has come under scrutiny over its executive director's lavish perks and spending resigned from the board Thursday, with parting shots blaming the college president for some of the foundation's issues. Darryl Holter had previously stepped down as chairman of the foundation board, but on Thursday resigned from the panel altogether. Holter had been criticized for allowing the foundation's executive director, Rhea Chung, to receive the perks.
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December 5, 2001 | MELINDA FULMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With America at war against terrorists, apparel entrepreneur Ram Sareen decided to scrap his Arabian Nights-themed holiday party--live camels, harem, hookahs and all. Employees were let down, but it was a bigger blow to the huge party's planner, who along with other rental firms was relying on the $200,000 affair. "It was very disappointing," said George Moussalli, owner of Aioli restaurant in Torrance. "It's money you count on, and we had been working on it since January."
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