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August 17, 1991 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an era when President Bush picks up the phone and chats with Prime Minister John Major, the new British ambassador to the United States believes there is still room for personal diplomacy. For Robin Renwick, 53, who takes up his post in Washington on Tuesday, has a knack for making friends in high places in the countries to which he has been assigned.
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BUSINESS
September 19, 1997
Robin Renwick, former British ambassador to the United States, has been elected to the board of Fluor Corp., the company said Thursday. Renwick, 59, has been an advisor to the engineering and construction giant since April 1996 and is chairman of the board of Fluor's United Kingdom subsidiary, Fluor Daniel Ltd. He served as British ambassador to the U.S. from 1991 to 1995 and to South Africa from 1987 to 1991.
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BUSINESS
September 19, 1997
Robin Renwick, former British ambassador to the United States, has been elected to the board of Fluor Corp., the company said Thursday. Renwick, 59, has been an advisor to the engineering and construction giant since April 1996 and is chairman of the board of Fluor's United Kingdom subsidiary, Fluor Daniel Ltd. He served as British ambassador to the U.S. from 1991 to 1995 and to South Africa from 1987 to 1991.
NEWS
August 17, 1991 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an era when President Bush picks up the phone and chats with Prime Minister John Major, the new British ambassador to the United States believes there is still room for personal diplomacy. For Robin Renwick, 53, who takes up his post in Washington on Tuesday, has a knack for making friends in high places in the countries to which he has been assigned.
BUSINESS
April 11, 1996
Fluor Corp.'s main subsidiary, Fluor Daniel, acquired a British maintenance, consulting and manpower services company with 450 employees. Financial terms were not disclosed. Privately owned T.A. Group Ltd. in Farnham, U.K., will operate under its own name as a subsidiary of Fluor Daniel and will work with Fluor Daniel divisions in England and the Netherlands.
BUSINESS
October 18, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The British government has warned the United States that it is not satisfied with the changes California has made to its "unitary tax" on multinational firms. Britain wants the tax eliminated, the Financial Times reported. The London-based newspaper said the warning came last week in a formal statement to the State Department by Sir Robin Renwick, British ambassador to the United States. Gov. Pete Wilson on Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1997 | CHRIS CHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The interim public works director for Modesto is a leading candidate for the Oxnard city manager's post, officials said Friday. Richard Ramirez, the Modesto official, met with numerous employees at Oxnard City Hall on Thursday after a series of interviews with City Council members, interim City Manager Prisilla Hernandez confirmed. Ramirez was among three finalists whom Oxnard council members interviewed this week for the city's top administrative post. Ramirez could not be reached for comment.
OPINION
January 19, 1992
The new British ambassador to the United States delivered his views on new isolationist tendencies, and it is a feather in the cap of the World Affairs Council of Los Angeles that this enlightened speech was given here--in an American city rightly noted for its internationalism and ethnic diversity. It was an address of wisdom--a warning from a representative of a most reliable ally--that America, the last superpower, in starting to look inward may be looking for trouble.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | GERI COOK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Please allow plenty of time to shop this reappearance of The Book Market's offerings of drastically reduced publishers' remainders. There's something here for just about everyone, but you need to spend at least an hour to derive the benefits of the terrific prices. Just to give you an idea of the deals, in the fiction section there's Tom Clancy's "Red Storm Rising," which originally sold for $25.95. Here it's $7.
NEWS
May 31, 1993 | PAUL HOUSTON
PRIME POTOMAC PLAYER: A buttoned-up Brit he's not. Thoughtful, charming and wide-ranging in contacts he is, as Washington's most visible foreign diplomat and social lion. Sir Robin Renwick, British ambassador to the United States, has been in the middle of U.S.-European strategy talks on Bosnia. In part, that's because he is close friends with the likes of President Clinton's foreign policy adviser, Anthony Lake, Defense Secretary Les Aspin and CIA Director R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1993 | ALEXANDER COCKBURN, Alexander Cockburn writes for the Nation and other publications.
Behind all the waffle about "safety" and "reliability" lies one stark concern that inflames the lobby now urging President Bill Clinton to resume nuclear testing. Such tests are the heartbeat of nuclear weapons research, engineering and procurement. Unless the barren wastes of Nevada heave anew with the subterranean tremors of nuclear fission, a potent industry will begin to shut down. Careers will be ruined, scientific ambitions forever stunted, profitable contracts annulled.
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December 5, 1992 | MICHAEL ISIKOFF, THE WASHINGTON POST
About the same time State Department officials were searching through Bill Clinton's passport files, the British government was conducting its own "comprehensive" search through confidential files in London for material on the Democratic presidential candidate, a British government spokesman said Friday.
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