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October 24, 1989 | From United Press International
Range Rover of North America Inc. said it will establish a Canadian subsidiary to market its British-built four-wheel-drive luxury vehicle by mid-1990. The decision to enter the Canadian market follows three years of sales in the United States, which has become the largest export market for Range Rover, the Lanham, Md., company said.
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June 2, 2004 | DAN NEIL
ENGLAND. A small, wind-blown country off the coast of Europe. A land of inscrutable dentistry, inedible food and sports figures in tiny pants. Aside from Shakespeare, the Industrial Revolution and Radiohead, what has England ever done for you? Well, England invented the sport utility vehicle, which should be of at least some interest to about half of you -- the half who, statistically speaking, own SUVs.
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June 2, 2004 | DAN NEIL
ENGLAND. A small, wind-blown country off the coast of Europe. A land of inscrutable dentistry, inedible food and sports figures in tiny pants. Aside from Shakespeare, the Industrial Revolution and Radiohead, what has England ever done for you? Well, England invented the sport utility vehicle, which should be of at least some interest to about half of you -- the half who, statistically speaking, own SUVs.
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September 12, 1994 | HOPE HAMASHIGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Why does any Southern Californian need a car like the Range Rover? These are the expensive British-made, four-wheel-drive vehicles of choice for those who require transport across deserts and through jungles. The answer, according to Range Rover owner Francois Badeau, is: They don't. "The excuse I give people is that if there is an earthquake I will be able to get to where I need to go," Badeau said.
BUSINESS
September 12, 1994 | HOPE HAMASHIGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Why does any Southern Californian need a car like the Range Rover? These are the expensive British-made, four-wheel-drive vehicles of choice for those who require transport across deserts and through jungles. The answer, according to Range Rover owner Francois Badeau, is: They don't. "The excuse I give people is that if there is an earthquake I will be able to get to where I need to go," Badeau said.
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March 9, 1990 | DENNIS McDOUGAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A multimillion-dollar legal war involving charges of embezzlement, fraud and cocaine abuse shaped up in a Los Angeles federal court hearing Thursday, pitting Bill and Camille Cosby against their former business manager, who recently filed for bankruptcy protection after serving for eight years as chief financial officer to the comedian Forbes magazine once dubbed "the richest man in show business." Mary Waller was earning $1 million a year when fired in July.
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October 24, 1989 | From United Press International
Range Rover of North America Inc. said it will establish a Canadian subsidiary to market its British-built four-wheel-drive luxury vehicle by mid-1990. The decision to enter the Canadian market follows three years of sales in the United States, which has become the largest export market for Range Rover, the Lanham, Md., company said.
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