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January 23, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
In a move certain to rock the Los Angeles public relations community, Richard W. Taylor, one of the most powerful public relations executives in Los Angeles, abruptly resigned as president and chief executive of Rogers & Cowan Inc. The agency is the largest public relations firm in Los Angeles. Taylor is being replaced by Thomas A. Tardio, 38, who has been the firm's executive vice president and head of its domestic and international entertainment operations.
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January 23, 1991 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
In a move certain to rock the Los Angeles public relations community, Richard W. Taylor, one of the most powerful public relations executives in Los Angeles, abruptly resigned as president and chief executive of Rogers & Cowan Inc. The agency is the largest public relations firm in Los Angeles. Taylor is being replaced by Thomas A. Tardio, 38, who has been the firm's executive vice president and head of its domestic and international entertainment operations.
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BUSINESS
January 29, 1986
Ron Rogers, president of Rogers & Associates, has been named president and chief executive of Rogers & Cowan, Los Angeles, a national public relations firm. Rogers, whose firm has been acquired by Rogers & Cowan, is the son of Henry Rogers, a co-founder of Rogers & Cowan. Warren Cowan, the other co-founder, will continue as chairman, and Henry Rogers will become chairman of the executive committee. Paul Bloch, president of the music division, and Richard W.
BUSINESS
April 1, 1987 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Rogers & Cowan, the Los Angeles public relations firm that represents such Hollywood stars as Paul Newman, Sylvester Stallone and Cybill Shepherd, was purchased for an estimated $15 million on Tuesday by the British-based public relations firm Shandwick PLC. The purchase will catapult the combined companies into one of the world's largest independent public relations groups, with revenue of $34 million. In 1986, the Chicago-based public relations firm Daniel J. Edelman Inc.
BUSINESS
November 21, 1990 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Texas investor Harold C. Simmons told Lockheed Corp. on Tuesday that he wants it to pay, in part, for him to acquire it--an inventive plan that suggests the lengths to which financiers must go to complete takeovers with the collapse of the junk bond market that underwrote such deals in the 1980s. Simmons provided details of the proposal, initially advanced last week, during a meeting with Lockheed executives in Los Angeles. He had requested the meeting to flesh out his Nov.
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July 28, 1994 | JEFF BRAZIL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal Aviation Administration officials were concerned about the economic well-being and image of the Boeing Co. when they pondered whether to adopt measures to prevent accidents caused by potentially deadly wake turbulence from Boeing 757 jetliners, internal documents show.
BUSINESS
March 24, 1985 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., Times Staff Writer
Last September, Ina B. Miller, a one-time $20,000-a-year publicist with the Edye Rome public relations agency in Beverly Hills, quit her job and started her own agency with one client, a telephone and an office in her one-bedroom Van Nuys apartment. Undaunted, Miller signed seven clients, including local representation of Prentice-Hall Inc.'s professional book division and Avon Products Inc. Her agency--Stuart Co.
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