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November 21, 1986 | PAUL RICHTER, Times Staff Writer
Time Inc. said Thursday that it plans its first foray into women's magazine publishing as half-owner of a joint venture that will own Working Woman, Working Mother and McCall's magazines. Time said it has agreed in principle to put up $44 million toward a venture with Dale W. Lang, Working Woman's owner, that intends also to buy Working Mother and McCall's magazines from McCall Publishing Co. for an undisclosed sum.
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July 2, 1991 | VICTOR F. ZONANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lisa Valk was named publisher of Time magazine and Ann Moore was named publisher of People in a broad realignment of management duties announced Monday by Time Warner's Time Inc. Magazine Co. unit. The 41-year-old Valk, a Harvard MBA who became publisher of Life in 1986 and of People in 1988, will be the first woman to run the flagship publication of the nation's largest magazine company.
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July 2, 1991 | VICTOR F. ZONANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lisa Valk was named publisher of Time magazine and Ann Moore was named publisher of People in a broad realignment of management duties announced Monday by Time Warner's Time Inc. Magazine Co. unit. The 41-year-old Valk, a Harvard MBA who became publisher of Life in 1986 and of People in 1988, will be the first woman to run the flagship publication of the nation's largest magazine company.
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November 21, 1986 | PAUL RICHTER, Times Staff Writer
Time Inc. said Thursday that it plans its first foray into women's magazine publishing as half-owner of a joint venture that will own Working Woman, Working Mother and McCall's magazines. Time said it has agreed in principle to put up $44 million toward a venture with Dale W. Lang, Working Woman's owner, that intends also to buy Working Mother and McCall's magazines from McCall Publishing Co. for an undisclosed sum.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1991
Louis A. (Chip) Weil III has resigned as U.S. publisher of Time magazine and will leave the publishing firm to pursue other interests, Time Inc. Magazine Co., New York, said Friday. Robert L. Miller, 41, will assume Weil's responsibilities in addition to his current duties as Time's executive vice president, group president and worldwide publisher of Time, the company said. Miller served as worldwide and U.S. publisher of Time before Weil's joining the newsweekly in May, 1989.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1989
The publisher and chief executive of the Detroit News, Louis A. Weil III, has been selected as the publisher of the U.S. edition of Time magazine. The selection of the veteran newspaper executive to become the 12th publisher in the 66-year history of Time magazine was part of a broader realignment of senior management within the Time Inc. Magazine Co. Under the realignment, Time publisher Robert L. Miller becomes worldwide publisher in charge of overseeing the U.S. edition of Time magazine as well as Time International, People and Sports Illustrated.
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November 22, 1985 | --From Times Wire Services
Time Inc. said Thursday that it is restructuring its magazine group to help manage its costs "in the most effective way." The fast-growing group, which publishes 11 magazines with total circulation of more than 19 million, has seen its profits triple and revenue double in the past five years, the New York-based publishing conglomerate said.
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September 25, 1988 | DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writer
"'To Protect and To Serve,' states the essential goal of the Los Angeles Police Department. The Department protects the right of all persons within its jurisdiction to be free from criminal attack, to be secure in their possessions and to live in peace. . . ." --LAPD Manual On a November morning in 1986, two robbers entered a videotape rental shop in Koreatown, slammed clerk Eunsook Oh to the floor and tore off her jewelry.
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