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July 24, 1991 | James S. Granelli /Times staff writer
New Capital in Town: A new investment banking firm has opened offices in Costa Mesa. Regency International, formed by four financial and management executives, provides debt and equity capital and merger and acquisition help for companies involved in manufacturing, distribution and consumer goods.
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July 24, 1991 | James S. Granelli /Times staff writer
New Capital in Town: A new investment banking firm has opened offices in Costa Mesa. Regency International, formed by four financial and management executives, provides debt and equity capital and merger and acquisition help for companies involved in manufacturing, distribution and consumer goods.
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October 25, 1985
A Granada Hills woman accused of running an out-call prostitution ring from her home by placing escort service ads in telephone directories pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of pimping. The woman, Lisa M. Andrade, 28, entered the plea before San Fernando Municipal Judge Paul I. Metzler as part of a plea bargain under which she will serve no more than six months in County Jail. Another charge of pimping and one count of cultivating marijuana will be dismissed, Deputy Dist. Atty.
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January 15, 1991 | ALAN CITRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three European media companies have agreed to put up more than $600 million for film production at Warner Bros., a division of Time Warner Inc. Warner's partners in the deal, said to be the largest such pact between an American studio and European companies, are Arnon Milchan of the Dutch-owned Regency International Pictures, Germany's Scriba & Deyhle and France's Canal Plus. The partners expect to make at least 20 films, which Milchan will develop and produce. Warner Bros.
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August 21, 1985 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, Times Staff Writer
A Granada Hills woman has been charged with operating a prostitution ring from her home by placing ads for escort services in telephone yellow pages. Lisa Melody Andrade, 28, was arraigned Tuesday in San Fernando Municipal Court on two counts of pimping by operating the services--Regency International Escorts, Scandia's, and Misfits--out of the residence.
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January 16, 1986
Awoman accused of running a prostitution ring from her Granada Hills home by placing advertisements for escort services in telephone yellow pages was sentenced Wednesday to six months in County Jail and three years' probation. The woman, Lisa Melody Andrade, 28, also was ordered to pay $150 to the state victim's restitution fund for her guilty plea to one count of conspiracy to commit prostitution. Andrade originally pleaded guilty to one count of pimping, but Deputy Dist. Atty.
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June 20, 2000 | CLAUDIA ELLER
Canal Plus, Europe's leading pay-television service, is poised to become the proud owner of one of Hollywood's legendary studios. That is if, as expected, its parent company, Vivendi, can swing its planned $34-billion acquisition of Universal parent Seagram Co. After a decade of struggling for acceptance, Canal Plus would have the insider status in the American movie industry it has long wanted.
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February 25, 1986 | TED THACKREY JR., Times Staff Writer
Hernando Courtright, boniface, bon vivant and intimate friend to the great and near-great, who built two Beverly Hills hostelries into world-famous institutions while cultivating a personal taste for elegant living, died Monday at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica. He was 81. A spokesman for the family said he was hospitalized Saturday night when he suffered a stroke that left him unconscious.
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February 12, 1993 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canal Plus, the European pay television heavyweight that has been pouring money into Hollywood to become a major entertainment player, is about to turn down the spigot. Canal Plus this week struck a deal to gradually withdraw from its equity partnership with Warner Bros.-based producer Arnon Milchan, which has resulted in both big hits ("Under Siege") and misses ("Memoirs of an Invisible Man").
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August 26, 2002 | RICHARD VERRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vivendi Universal's dire balance sheet isn't the only driving force behind the company's apparent desire to sell, or spin off, its U.S. entertainment businesses. Most company observers think the French media giant is sniffing out buyers not only to raise cash but because the new Gallic board members know little about the media business and share a suspicion of Hollywood, both as a cultural export and a business investment.
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