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October 17, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
City National to Purchase Riverside Bank: City National Corp., parent of City National Bank, said it would merge with Riverside National Bank in a deal valued at $39 million. The merger with City National, with $3.9 billion in assets and 29 branches, marks the second takeover of a small regional bank this year. In September, Beverly Hills-based City National said it would merge with Ventura County National Bancorp, the holding company of Ventura County National Bank and Frontier Bank.
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October 17, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
City National to Purchase Riverside Bank: City National Corp., parent of City National Bank, said it would merge with Riverside National Bank in a deal valued at $39 million. The merger with City National, with $3.9 billion in assets and 29 branches, marks the second takeover of a small regional bank this year. In September, Beverly Hills-based City National said it would merge with Ventura County National Bancorp, the holding company of Ventura County National Bank and Frontier Bank.
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September 3, 1990 | From United Press International
El Toro Firm Sued Over Soil Inspection: Riverside Partners sued ICG Hydrotech of El Toro, alleging that it hired the firm to inspect soil at property in Riverside--and the firm incorrectly reported that the property never was the site of a gas station or other business that used chemicals.
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August 30, 1997 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parent of City National Bank, moving to broaden its small-business clientele in Southern California, said Friday that it has agreed to acquire Long Beach-based Harbor Bancorp for cash and stock valued at $34 million, or $24.10 a share. The acquisition would enhance City National Bancorp's presence in the South Bay and Orange County, and boost the Beverly Hills-based bank's total assets to $5 billion.
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April 26, 1992 | SCOTT HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five gallons of an unknown contaminant have been found in the forward fuel tank of an airplane loaded with sky divers that crashed during takeoff Wednesday at Perris Valley Airport, killing 16 people and injuring six others, federal authorities said Saturday. Remnants of the contaminant also were found in the right wing engine that failed and a fuel truck at the airport, said Don Llorente, a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board.
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April 26, 1992 | SCOTT HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Contaminated fuel found in the wreckage of an airplane crash at Perris Valley Airport that killed 16 people and severely injured six others Wednesday has led investigators to a local oil distributor that provided pumping services at the airport the day of the crash. The oily, unidentified contaminant was found throughout the fuel system that fed the right wing engine, which failed during takeoff, said Don Llorente, a spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board.
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May 7, 1996
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