July 16, 1999
James R. Talevich has been named vice president and chief financial officer of Gish Biomedical Inc. in Irvine. Talevich was previously chief financial officer for Tectrix Fitness Equipment, an Irvine developer and producer of virtual reality exercise equipment. Before that, he was controller for Mallinckrodt Medical Inc., a medical device manufacturer; corporate controller for Sensormedics Corp.; and manager of business development at Baxter Travenol Laboratories. * Matthew M. Soto Jr.
November 20, 1998 |
Amresco Inc. is offering to sell its Irvine-based home equity loan unit, the company's chief financial officer said Thursday, but he added that a buyer is unlikely to be found. Amresco's Residential Mortgage Corp., which makes loans to borrowers with poor credit histories, has been shopped around without attracting any takers, Barry Edwards said.
September 11, 1996 |
'Developer' Sentenced in Fraud Case: Steven D. Jones, 49, of Rolling Hills has been sentenced to 15 years and eight months in federal prison for masterminding a scheme that defrauded at least nine Southern California lenders out of millions of dollars. He was convicted earlier this year of racketeering, conspiracy, fraud and money-laundering charges.
September 11, 1996 |
A Rolling Hills man has been sentenced to 15 years, eight months in federal prison for masterminding a four-year scheme that defrauded at least nine Southern California lenders of millions of dollars. Steven D. Jones, 49, was convicted earlier this year of racketeering, conspiracy, fraud and money laundering charges.
April 23, 1991 |
Federal regulators, who are dismantling Imperial Federal Savings Assn., sold the S&L's mortgage servicing division Monday to La Jolla-based American Residential Mortgage Corp. Federal officials were not available for comment, and American Residential officials declined to discuss the purchase price. On Friday, the RTC sold Imperial's 40 Southern California branch offices to Newport Beach-based Household Bank.
May 2, 2000 |
The founder and TV pitchman for mortgage lending leader Ditech.com in Costa Mesa abruptly resigned Monday after three of his top managers were indicted for allegedly trying to extort kickbacks from a Pittsburgh real estate services firm. J. Paul Reddam, 44, a former philosophy teacher who stars in Ditech.com's ubiquitous television commercials, has not been charged with any wrongdoing. A spokesman for the company, a unit of General Motors Corp.