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July 4, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Harding Moving Services Inc., one of Orange County's largest black-owned businesses, has filed for Chapter 11 protection from creditors. The bankruptcy court filing shows that the Anaheim trucking company has $450,000 in debt and no reported assets. The real estate division of Xerox Corp. in Denver is listed as its largest unsecured creditor. Donald W.
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January 6, 1992 | Cristina Lee
TRUST? Ron Harding of Anaheim, whose moving-and-storage firm is one of the largest black-owned businesses in Orange County, wonders how the Resolution Trust Corp. got its name. . . . The RTC, assigned to clean up the savings and loan mess, wanted to store 30,000 boxes of records with Harding but demanded additional shelving and security. Harding says he spent $451,000 to comply, but then RTC reneged on its contract.
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January 6, 1992 | Cristina Lee
TRUST? Ron Harding of Anaheim, whose moving-and-storage firm is one of the largest black-owned businesses in Orange County, wonders how the Resolution Trust Corp. got its name. . . . The RTC, assigned to clean up the savings and loan mess, wanted to store 30,000 boxes of records with Harding but demanded additional shelving and security. Harding says he spent $451,000 to comply, but then RTC reneged on its contract.
BUSINESS
July 4, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Harding Moving Services Inc., one of Orange County's largest black-owned businesses, has filed for Chapter 11 protection from creditors. The bankruptcy court filing shows that the Anaheim trucking company has $450,000 in debt and no reported assets. The real estate division of Xerox Corp. in Denver is listed as its largest unsecured creditor. Donald W.
BUSINESS
July 1, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over short ribs of beef and macaroni and cheese, the Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County presented its annual awards Tuesday to local business and community leaders who have contributed to the development of minority enterprises. This year's celebration was tempered by a warning from the Rev.
BUSINESS
October 30, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Korean immigrant Frank S. Lee started selling used cars in 1986, he didn't know much about the auto business. What he did know was that many of his fellow immigrants needed cars but, not being fluent in English, put off buying at dealerships where they could not understand the sales pitch. And when they did buy, they were often unhappy because their inability to communicate kept them from getting the service they wanted. Lee, seeing a ready market, opened Union Auto Sales Inc.
BUSINESS
October 12, 1990 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Charles Mosley started his custom balloon business in Costa Mesa four years ago, he says the toughest obstacle he faced was getting people to take him seriously. Despite a 20-year career in marketing, Mosley says he faced an uphill battle trying to persuade other business people that his idea was a good one. Though other new businesses encounter similar problems, Mosley's task was all the more difficult because he is something of a rarity in Orange County: a black business owner.
BUSINESS
June 3, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The new personal computers came from United Education Institute of Santa Ana. The office furniture, draped in protective blankets, came from the Anaheim law firm of Zinn & Lorand. And even though his Anaheim trucking business is operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, Ron Harding took the first load of goods, worth more than $25,000, to South Los Angeles on Tuesday.
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