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October 14, 1993 | JAMES S. GRANELLI and GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Four Orange County investors, led by title insurance industry executive William P. Foley II, have agreed to pay off a $4.8-million bank debt for Carl N. Karcher, a move that should ease the fast-food magnate's personal financial crisis. The deal, which could be completed as soon as today, calls for the investors to take control of 641,000 shares of Carl Karcher Enterprises that Karcher had pledged as collateral to Commercial Center Bank in Anaheim for the loan.
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August 27, 2010 | Chris Dufresne
The Times' Chris Dufresne unveils his preseason college football top 25, one day (and team) at a time. No. 6 Florida Some thought this day would never arrive, but Florida finally starts a quarterback who is going to impress scouts at the NFL combine. No more questions about throwing motion, taking snaps under center or whether the Denver Broncos blew a perfectly good first-round draft pick. Tim Tebow, the Gator in the china shop, is gone. John Brantley, the new guy, is 6 feet 3 with a beautiful release on his passes.
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October 14, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON and JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Embattled Carl N. Karcher won an apparent reprieve on Wednesday when four Orange County businessmen agreed to pay off a $4.8-million bank debt that was threatening to topple the fast-food magnate's personal fortunes and his chances of regaining control of Carl's Jr. In return, the investors--led by title insurance industry executive William P.
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