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January 1, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Bally Seeks $14 Million From Ex-Chief: Bally Manufacturing Corp. is seeking $14 million from its former chairman in federal court documents that contend that he misused or misappropriated company funds. Robert E. Mullane, who parted ways with the casino and health club company in 1990, said the allegations were without merit and a "personal, vindictive, vicious attack against me."
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January 1, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Bally Seeks $14 Million From Ex-Chief: Bally Manufacturing Corp. is seeking $14 million from its former chairman in federal court documents that contend that he misused or misappropriated company funds. Robert E. Mullane, who parted ways with the casino and health club company in 1990, said the allegations were without merit and a "personal, vindictive, vicious attack against me."
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January 8, 1988 | Associated Press
Robert E. Mullane stood on the balcony of a penthouse suite at Bally's Hotel and surveyed a 23-acre, $30-million parcel of land 27 stories below on the Las Vegas Strip. The genial Irishman has headed Chicago-based Bally Manufacturing Corp. for eight years, and 1987 was one of the more turbulent ones. With a little luck, a healthy economy and transformation of the expensive patch of desert into an expansion of Bally's biggest resort, 1988 should be better.
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January 8, 1988 | Associated Press
Robert E. Mullane stood on the balcony of a penthouse suite at Bally's Hotel and surveyed a 23-acre, $30-million parcel of land 27 stories below on the Las Vegas Strip. The genial Irishman has headed Chicago-based Bally Manufacturing Corp. for eight years, and 1987 was one of the more turbulent ones. With a little luck, a healthy economy and transformation of the expensive patch of desert into an expansion of Bally's biggest resort, 1988 should be better.
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October 12, 1990 | From United Press International
Bally Manufacturing Corp. today suspended dividend payments on its common stock and said it will skip a scheduled Oct. 15 interest payment of about $18.4 million on first mortgage notes of Bally Grand Inc., the subsidiary that operates Bally's Nevada casinos. The company emphasized that failure to make the October interest payment on the 11.5% Bally Grand first mortgage notes due in 1996 will not constitute a default. The notes provide for a 30-day grace period.
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December 22, 1985 | PAUL RICHTER, Times Staff Writer
At the height of Pac-Man's popularity, distributors of the video arcade game lined their trucks dozens deep behind Bally Manufacturing's Bensenville, Ill., factory so they could load the games as quickly as they rolled off the assembly line. Some who couldn't get all they wanted tried to bribe factory workers to get half-finished games. It was a manufacturer's dream, and the insatiable gobbler helped lift Bally earnings to $91 million in 1982 from $53 million in 1980.
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