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April 2, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Blockbuster Executive Leaving: In a surprise move, Mark S. Siegel has abruptly resigned as head of the domestic music division for Blockbuster video store chain to form a private consulting firm in Beverly Hills. The firm, Remy Investors & Consultants, will specialize in entertainment, media and retail work.
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April 2, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Blockbuster Executive Leaving: In a surprise move, Mark S. Siegel has abruptly resigned as head of the domestic music division for Blockbuster video store chain to form a private consulting firm in Beverly Hills. The firm, Remy Investors & Consultants, will specialize in entertainment, media and retail work.
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December 6, 2005 | Christopher Reynolds and Jason Felch, Times Staff Writers
The J. Paul Getty Trust, with its collection practices under fire in Italy, its finances under scrutiny by the state attorney general and a new center for the study of antiquities about to open in Malibu, has expanded its board from 12 trustees to 16. The newcomers -- Stewart A. Resnick, William E.B. Siart, Mark S. Siegel and Peter J. Taylor -- bring a long list of financial and educational credentials at a time when critics have accused the trust's sitting board of inattention.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 2000 | ROSEMARY CLANDOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To survive in the highly competitive sporting goods and recreational products industry, Variflex Inc. has had to be as nimble as a rider of one of its skateboards. Lately, it has succeeded in increasing revenues--although it still posted a loss--and developing new product lines to reduce its dependence on old markets, particularly the one for in-line skates.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 2010
A TV-Net time share The amount of time viewers spent watching TV while at the same time cruising the Internet grew 34.5% last year to an average of 3.5 hours a month, up from 2.5 hours in 2008, according to a Nielsen Co. report released Monday. What are they doing? A look at the top five sites visited by these media multi-taskers gives some clues: Google, Yahoo, Facebook, MSN or Microsoft Bing, YouTube. "You have people looking up stuff while they watch TV," said Gary Holmes, a Nielsen spokesman.
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