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March 28, 1993
Former Newport Beach automobile dealer Jim Slemons has lost a $1.2-million judgment to an advertising executive who sold Slemons his stock in a now-defunct Orange County commuter airline. Roger C. Riddell, founder and former chairman of the parent company of Resort Commuter Airlines, sued Slemons in Superior Court for a $1.2-million debt in Riddell's name that Slemons had promised to pay as a part of a 1987 stock transaction. Riddell's attorney, Gary A.
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BUSINESS
March 28, 1993
Former Newport Beach automobile dealer Jim Slemons has lost a $1.2-million judgment to an advertising executive who sold Slemons his stock in a now-defunct Orange County commuter airline. Roger C. Riddell, founder and former chairman of the parent company of Resort Commuter Airlines, sued Slemons in Superior Court for a $1.2-million debt in Riddell's name that Slemons had promised to pay as a part of a 1987 stock transaction. Riddell's attorney, Gary A.
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BUSINESS
November 17, 1989 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Resort Commuter airline, which operated as Pan Am Commuter, has suspended service and is preparing to file for bankruptcy protection from creditors, its president said Thursday. The Chapter 11 filing "is imminent," said Robert O'Keefe, president and chief executive of Resort Commuter Inc. O'Keefe said that Resort officials are talking to several potential buyers, including another airline, but added that he "would not call any of the discussions serious at this point."
BUSINESS
November 17, 1989 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Resort Commuter airline, which operated as Pan Am Commuter, has suspended service and is preparing to file for bankruptcy protection from creditors, its president said Thursday. The Chapter 11 filing "is imminent," said Robert O'Keefe, president and chief executive of Resort Commuter Inc. O'Keefe said that Resort officials are talking to several potential buyers, including another airline, but added that he "would not call any of the discussions serious at this point."
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