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November 5, 1988 | MARTHA GROVES, Times Staff Writer
Richard J. Riordan, a prominent Los Angeles lawyer, investor and restaurant owner, has resigned from Riordan Freeman & Spogli, a 5-year-old firm he co-founded that specializes in leveraged buyouts. Riordan, 58, said Friday that his departure from the firm, which earlier this year sold its interest in Boys Markets, was prompted by philosophical differences between him and his two partners.
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July 26, 1999 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the six years since he left the leveraged buyout business to become mayor of Los Angeles, Richard Riordan has refused all but $1 a year of his city-paid salary. Yet he's still made a fortune. His financial health owes in part to the fact that he remains a limited partner in Riordan, Lewis & Haden, the investment firm he founded in 1981. Since Riordan took office, the firm said, it has earned him in excess of $100 million.
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BUSINESS
July 26, 1999 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the six years since he left the leveraged buyout business to become mayor of Los Angeles, Richard Riordan has refused all but $1 a year of his city-paid salary. Yet he's still made a fortune. His financial health owes in part to the fact that he remains a limited partner in Riordan, Lewis & Haden, the investment firm he founded in 1981. Since Riordan took office, the firm said, it has earned him in excess of $100 million.
BUSINESS
November 5, 1988 | MARTHA GROVES, Times Staff Writer
Richard J. Riordan, a prominent Los Angeles lawyer, investor and restaurant owner, has resigned from Riordan Freeman & Spogli, a 5-year-old firm he co-founded that specializes in leveraged buyouts. Riordan, 58, said Friday that his departure from the firm, which earlier this year sold its interest in Boys Markets, was prompted by philosophical differences between him and his two partners.
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February 14, 2002 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the red brick streets in downtown Santa Ana, former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan darts in and out of tiny shops like he's just arrived at an amusement park and has to try every ride. He shakes every hand he can reach. He pats every baby's head. Bystanders watch as he makes his rounds on his quest to be governor of California. With a few exceptions, they have no idea who he is.
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