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August 12, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Union Says Firm Will Bid for Greyhound: An investment firm and former Greyhound Lines Inc. Chairman James Kerrigan have proposed to buy the bus company and put striking drivers back to work, according to W. R. Gibson, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1313, the drivers' union. The union signed a labor agreement with the firm--Richmont Corp., an affiliate of Dallas-based cosmetics manufacturer Mary Kay Corp.--on Friday, Gibson said.
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August 12, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Union Says Firm Will Bid for Greyhound: An investment firm and former Greyhound Lines Inc. Chairman James Kerrigan have proposed to buy the bus company and put striking drivers back to work, according to W. R. Gibson, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1313, the drivers' union. The union signed a labor agreement with the firm--Richmont Corp., an affiliate of Dallas-based cosmetics manufacturer Mary Kay Corp.--on Friday, Gibson said.
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March 19, 1991 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Avon won't be calling on Mary Kay's garbage bin anymore. A unit of Mary Kay Corp. announced a court agreement Monday that bars Avon Products, its giant rival in the cosmetics business, from taking any more stuff out of its trash dumpster. The pact also requires Avon to show Mary Kay's Richmont Corp. unit what it has already plucked from the garbage. "We have visitation rights," said Richmont spokesman Dwight Smith.
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March 19, 1991 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Avon won't be calling on Mary Kay's garbage bin anymore. A unit of Mary Kay Corp. announced a court agreement Monday that bars Avon Products, its giant rival in the cosmetics business, from taking any more stuff out of its trash dumpster. The pact also requires Avon to show Mary Kay's Richmont Corp. unit what it has already plucked from the garbage. "We have visitation rights," said Richmont spokesman Dwight Smith.
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October 20, 2010 | By Ching-Ching Ni, Los Angeles Times
Once, Albert Huang was the pride of his community, a young mayor and only the second Asian American to serve on San Gabriel's City Council. Now he may well be remembered for fighting with a woman at a dumpling house late at night and for being arrested. At an emotional news conference in his lawyer's office on Tuesday morning, the 35-year-old Huang, who is also an architect and developer, announced his resignation from the San Gabriel City Council. He said he was tired of the bad press he and his family have been getting since his arrest last Friday.
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