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May 19, 1987
In the complaint, the Securities and Exchange Commission said the three former officers and the Santa Ana-based firm, a computer parts maker, overstated the company's sales and filed false reports about its financial condition in 1983 and 1984. Lynton "Randy" Knapp, founder and former president; Robert Mowry, a former vice president, and Robert Mitchell, former chief financial officer, agreed to settle the cases against them without admitting or denying the charges.
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BUSINESS
May 19, 1987
In the complaint, the Securities and Exchange Commission said the three former officers and the Santa Ana-based firm, a computer parts maker, overstated the company's sales and filed false reports about its financial condition in 1983 and 1984. Lynton "Randy" Knapp, founder and former president; Robert Mowry, a former vice president, and Robert Mitchell, former chief financial officer, agreed to settle the cases against them without admitting or denying the charges.
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OPINION
March 29, 2005
Re: "Pushing of Trains Gets New Scrutiny" (March 22): After 28 years as a train conductor, I do not think it is a coincidence that Metrolink's fatalities have occurred while in "push" mode. In railroading, weight and proper design of locomotives mean a lot with regard to safety. Robert Mowry, general manager of the Maryland Transit Administration, said using a cab car -- a passenger coach at the front of the train with an engineer's station -- "is a safe practice." No, it's not as safe, period.
BUSINESS
May 19, 1987 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Wespercorp and three former officers of the ailing Santa Ana computer accessories maker were charged Monday by the Securities and Exchange Commission with overstating the company's revenues and filing false and fraudulent reports about its financial condition in the company's 1983 and 1984 fiscal years. According to SEC officials, the three former officers filed quarterly performance reports in Wespercorp's fiscal 1983 that overstated the company's revenues by $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 2005 | Dan Weikel and Ralph Vartabedian, Times Staff Writers
Since the commuter rail system opened in 1992, 15 passengers have died on Metrolink trains in three separate accidents -- all of them involving trains being pushed from behind by a locomotive instead of being pulled. Nationally, at least half a dozen horrific accidents, killing 38 passengers and injuring almost 1,000, have occurred in the last decade involving trains being pushed.
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