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April 28, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ex-President of Jenny Craig Joins Executive Search Firm: Ronald Gerevas, 54, former president and chief operating officer of Jenny Craig Inc., was named vice chairman of the U.S. board of SpencerStuart International Search Consultants, a closely held executive search firm. Gerevas, who was with the Del Mar-based chain of diet centers from September, 1991, until December, 1993, will develop SpencerStuart's industry specialty practice in North America.
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April 28, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ex-President of Jenny Craig Joins Executive Search Firm: Ronald Gerevas, 54, former president and chief operating officer of Jenny Craig Inc., was named vice chairman of the U.S. board of SpencerStuart International Search Consultants, a closely held executive search firm. Gerevas, who was with the Del Mar-based chain of diet centers from September, 1991, until December, 1993, will develop SpencerStuart's industry specialty practice in North America.
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BUSINESS
December 10, 1987
Ronald E. Gerevas, 48, has been named president and chief executive of Heidrick & Struggles, international executive search consultants. Gerevas has managed the firm's Los Angeles office since 1985.
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October 1, 1993 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Federal Trade Commission Thursday charged five of the nation's largest commercial diet programs with deceptive advertising, saying that the plans have made unsubstantiated weight-loss claims and used consumer testimonials without evidence that they represented typical experiences of dieters in their programs.
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October 26, 1986 | DEBRA WHITEFIELD, Times Staff Writer
When the directors sat down to dinner with the two candidates for the San Jose savings and loan's top job, they knew whom they preferred. But when the evening ended, the other man got the nod. It wasn't his social graces that won him the job. It was his wife's. "The No. 2 man had the more charming wife," recalled Edmund Hergenrather, a Los Angeles executive recruiter who led the search for the new S&L president. "The other wife drank too much. She talked too much. She cost her husband the job."
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May 22, 1994 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The surest way to measure losses at Jenny Craig Inc.'s chain of diet centers is not with a scale but a calculator. The diet craze has cooled, and with it the fortunes of a company that grew fat selling Americans on thinness. Beginning in 1985, founders Sid and Jenny Craig built the company into a weight-loss empire with more than 650 centers nationwide. Sales grew tenfold, to $467 million in 1993. Now Jenny Craig is itself on a diet. The Del Mar, Calif.
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May 17, 1987 | DANIEL AKST, Times Staff Writer
For professionals, Southern California is blessed. Its decades-long business boom, its growing status as a Pacific Rim financial center and its affluent population have made it fertile soil over the years for lawyers and accountants, doctors and dentists. And 1987, the experts say, is a particularly good one hereabouts for the top prospects in these and other high-priced fields.
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