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February 6, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday that the league is working hard to reach a new labor agreement, and called "absolutely false" the suggestion by the players' union that team owners stand to benefit from a work stoppage. "You don't make money by shutting down your business," Goodell said at his annual state-of-the-league news conference. "It's a bad scenario for everybody. I can assure you the ownership and I believe the players -- in talking to individual players -- want to get an agreement and want to work to do that.
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February 6, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday that the league is working hard to reach a new labor agreement, and called "absolutely false" the suggestion by the players' union that team owners stand to benefit from a work stoppage. "You don't make money by shutting down your business," Goodell said at his annual state-of-the-league news conference. "It's a bad scenario for everybody. I can assure you the ownership and I believe the players -- in talking to individual players -- want to get an agreement and want to work to do that.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1998
Roger S. Hutchinson, 73, former Los Angeles city commissioner under Mayor Sam Yorty. Hutchinson, a Hollywood advertising executive, campaigned for Yorty and various City Council candidates. Yorty named him in 1961 to the Board of Zoning Adjustment, which he headed. Hutchinson also served on the city Planning Commission and was nominated to the Los Angeles Public Library Commission, though the appointment was not confirmed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1998
Roger S. Hutchinson, 73, former Los Angeles city commissioner under Mayor Sam Yorty. Hutchinson, a Hollywood advertising executive, campaigned for Yorty and various City Council candidates. Yorty named him in 1961 to the Board of Zoning Adjustment, which he headed. Hutchinson also served on the city Planning Commission and was nominated to the Los Angeles Public Library Commission, though the appointment was not confirmed.
BUSINESS
May 18, 1988 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
A Laguna Beach-based investor group has announced that it will bid on U.S. cable holdings valued at $1 billion that were recently placed on the auction block by Rogers Communications of Toronto. The system serves approximately 525,000 subscribers in four states, including 73,000 cable viewers in Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley, Stanton, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos and Rossmoor. DL Ranch Corp., a television management company headed by longtime broadcast entrepreneur Richard G.
BOOKS
April 4, 1993 | Roger Welsch, Welsch is a correspondent/commentator on the CBS news show "Sunday Morning."
Actually, I should be reviewing "Klondike: The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers," published in 1897, because that's the Arctic adventure book I grew up with 50 years ago. I have no idea how the book came to be in our carefully unadventurous Midwestern home, but there it was, and I darn near memorized it before I moved on to "Treasure Island" and the South Seas. To this day I can tell you how to build a sluice box or cradle, I can tell you how to extract mercury from a gold amalgam (hold it in a shovel over a fire--and I wonder how many miners died of mercury poisoning from that bit of misinformation)
ENTERTAINMENT
October 4, 2012 | By Ben Fritz
Hollywood continues to go crazy for toys and games. Hasbro, the company behind the hits "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" and the flop "Battleship," has signed a deal with independent production and finance company Emmett/Furla Films to make movies based on the board games Hungry Hungry Hippos and Monopoly and the toy Action Man. Rhode Island-headquartered Hasbro, which has a film production office at the Universal Pictures lot, announced the...
SPORTS
April 17, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
  The question of the day to Floyd Mayweather Jr. was: Who is his main trainer? “Why put a label on it?” Mayweather Jr. advisor Leonard Ellerbe asked. “I'm not assistant anything,” Mayweather Jr.'s uncle and longtime trainer, Roger Mayweather, said. “I train my nephew.” Mayweather Jr. said: “We're a family. We go through a lot of life. At the end of the day, he's my father. My dad's going to work my corner.” When the 43-0 fighter completed training at his Las Vegas gym Tuesday night in preparation for his May 4 welterweight title defense against Robert Guerrero at the MGM Grand, he repeated his change from uncle to father to a television interviewer.
BOOKS
April 4, 1993 | Roger Welsch, Welsch is a correspondent/commentator on the CBS news show "Sunday Morning."
Actually, I should be reviewing "Klondike: The Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers," published in 1897, because that's the Arctic adventure book I grew up with 50 years ago. I have no idea how the book came to be in our carefully unadventurous Midwestern home, but there it was, and I darn near memorized it before I moved on to "Treasure Island" and the South Seas. To this day I can tell you how to build a sluice box or cradle, I can tell you how to extract mercury from a gold amalgam (hold it in a shovel over a fire--and I wonder how many miners died of mercury poisoning from that bit of misinformation)
BUSINESS
May 18, 1988 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
A Laguna Beach-based investor group has announced that it will bid on U.S. cable holdings valued at $1 billion that were recently placed on the auction block by Rogers Communications of Toronto. The system serves approximately 525,000 subscribers in four states, including 73,000 cable viewers in Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley, Stanton, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos and Rossmoor. DL Ranch Corp., a television management company headed by longtime broadcast entrepreneur Richard G.
NEWS
May 5, 2009
"Jonas" review: In Saturday's Calendar, a review of the "Jonas" TV series said Roger S.H. Schulman was one of the show's directors. Schulman is one of its creators and executive producers.
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