January 26, 2004 |
Brokers at the Orange County branch of Staubach Co., the commercial real estate company founded by football legend Roger Staubach, are changing teams. Staubach's corporate services division in the Newport Beach office will become part of New York-based Cresa Partners next month, said Kevin Hayes, president and owner of Staubach Co. West.
November 2, 2003 |
THE TYPE Craig Candeto, QB, Navy OK, so Roger Staubach he's not. But maybe he's Dee Dowis, who finished sixth in the voting in 1989 for Air Force. In a wide-open race, anything's possible. Candeto has 869 yards and 11 touchdowns for the nation's No. 1-ranked rushing offense. And he still gets to play Notre Dame and Army to help pad his stats. THE HYPE Kellen Winslow, TE, Miami Back when he was striking Heisman poses in September, Winslow had the rest of the season to prove himself.
January 26, 2001
Your Weekend Viewing / Listening Some highlights of business programming. (All times are Pacific time.) Today * 5:30 p.m.: "Nightly Business Report." Hans Black, chairman, Interinvest. (KCET; also airs at 6:30 p.m. on KOCE) * 8:30 p.m.: "Wall Street Week With Louis Rukeyser." What's new from Hollywood. Guest: Jessica Reif Cohen, entertainment analyst, Merrill Lynch. (KCET; also airs at 6 p.m. Saturday on KOCE) Saturday * 2 p.m.: "The Motley Fool Radio Show."
August 15, 2000 |
No. 1 STEVE YOUNG * Party: Republican. * Bio: Former Super Bowl MVP quarterback with the San Francisco 49ers. * Strengths: Agile mind, quick on his feet, has law degree--could be the poster boy for "compassionate conservatism." * Political potholes: Young's favorite recording artist is Bruce Springsteen, whose common-man songs have a Democratic bent. Also: Young is a lefty. * Most dangerous opponent: Joe Montana.
June 27, 2000 |
After fumbling a previous effort to break into the Los Angeles market, football legend turned real estate executive Roger Staubach has fielded a new team of brokers that has made surprising inroads in a relatively short time. In the 18 months since its opening, the Los Angeles office of Staubach Co. has closed several major deals representing such clients as Farmers Insurance and Internet advisor IXL Consulting.
November 12, 1999 |
Although Roger Staubach left the Dallas Cowboys to avoid more blows to his head, he doesn't believe Troy Aikman should retire after two concussions in eight days. "Someone didn't tell me to retire," the Hall of Fame quarterback said Thursday at Irving, Texas. "I wanted to remember why I retired. I was 38. If I was 33, I wouldn't have retired." Aikman, who turns 33 a week from Sunday, will miss a game because of a concussion for the first time in his career Sunday when Dallas plays Green Bay.