May 5, 1995 |
Roger Oglesby has been named editor and vice president of the Morning Call, the Times Mirror Co. newspaper in Allentown, Pa. Oglesby, 46, was president and chief executive of California Community News, a Times Mirror subsidiary that publishes daily and weekly community newspapers in Los Angeles and Orange counties. In addition, he was assistant to Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Richard T. Schlosberg III. Jeffrey S.
June 28, 1991 |
The publisher of the Orange County Register has sued six publishing companies alleging that they reprinted the Register's help-wanted advertisements without permission and then billed the advertisers themselves. The suit filed in Orange County Superior Court on Tuesday by Irvine-based Freedom Newspapers Inc. on behalf of the Register seeks $100,000 in general damages and $1 million in punitive damages. The action follows by three months a federal lawsuit filed by the U.S.
January 29, 2000
* Lockheed Martin Corp. said it will halve its dividend and may sell a data-processing business after fourth-quarter profit fell 20% because of rising costs. Profit from operations fell to $227 million, or 59 cents a share, from $285 million, or 75 cents, in the year-ago quarter. Revenue fell 2.8% to $6.98 billion. Bethesda, Md.
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January 29, 2000 |
Steven U. Lee, president of The Times' Inland Valley/San Gabriel Valley region, Friday was named president of the newspaper's Orange County edition. Lee, 37, a marketing expert who lives with his family in Irvine, oversaw The Times' creation and marketing in the past year of a section for readers in eastern Los Angeles County and western San Bernardino and Riverside counties. He will continue to supervise those operations until a successor is found.
April 7, 1994 |
Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Richard T. Schlosberg III on Wednesday announced a series of organizational changes aimed at strengthening the newspaper's operations. William R. Isinger, previously vice president of finance, was promoted to the new position of senior vice president for finance. Isinger, 46, will oversee the newspaper's administrative services and purchasing departments and continue to supervise its finance, accounting and information systems departments.
July 1, 1992 |
When she first heard about High Priority several years ago, Maria Fiore thought it was important enough to support financially. But she didn't have any time to donate to the group that raises funds for breast cancer research. Until she got it herself.