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August 27, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Robert J. Dunham is president of Newport Economics Group in Newport Beach, one of the county's oldest real estate consulting firms. Dunham started the firm in 1972 after leaving the Irvine Co., the huge landowner and developer, where he also did market research. A University of Arizona graduate in business, Dunham worked for a developer in that state until 1966. That same year he first visited Newport Beach.
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August 27, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Robert J. Dunham is president of Newport Economics Group in Newport Beach, one of the county's oldest real estate consulting firms. Dunham started the firm in 1972 after leaving the Irvine Co., the huge landowner and developer, where he also did market research. A University of Arizona graduate in business, Dunham worked for a developer in that state until 1966. That same year he first visited Newport Beach.
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October 13, 1992
Natalie Moorhead, a stage and motion picture actress who performed in such classic films as "The Thin Man," has died at the age of 91. Miss Moorhead died Tuesday at her home in the Santa Barbara suburb of Montecito where she had lived for many years. She began her career on Broadway, appearing in George M. Cohan's "Baby Cyclone" with Spencer Tracy in 1927. In the 1930s she made 60 movies, most notably with William Powell in "The Thin Man" in 1934.
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December 28, 1987 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, Times Urban Affairs Writer
In the year 2001, water is rationed in Orange County. The average price of a home hits $360,000. Planning is under way for a high-speed bullet train to serve a new intercontinental airport at Camp Pendleton. Workers live and work in the same high-rise complexes, designed to reduce traffic. Sound far-fetched? Not according to Orange County Planning Director Robert G. Fisher, former Irvine Co. market researcher Robert J.
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February 19, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A new study shows that Orange County landlords leased less office space in 1990 than at any time since the recession year of 1982. Absorption--an industry term for how much space was taken off the market--dropped to 2.6 million square feet last year. That was down from a record 4.4 million square feet in 1989, according to a study by the Newport Economics Group, a Newport Beach consultant.
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