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May 3, 1993 | ANNE MICHAUD
During her first decade in business, Claudia Roxburgh struggled with the problems of a growing company. But that was nothing, she now says, compared to what it took to shrink that company. "In retrospect, that is much more difficult," said Roxburgh, president of the Roxburgh Agency Inc. in Costa Mesa. During the recession, her advertising and public relations firm let go half its 47 employees.
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May 3, 1993 | ANNE MICHAUD
During her first decade in business, Claudia Roxburgh struggled with the problems of a growing company. But that was nothing, she now says, compared to what it took to shrink that company. "In retrospect, that is much more difficult," said Roxburgh, president of the Roxburgh Agency Inc. in Costa Mesa. During the recession, her advertising and public relations firm let go half its 47 employees.
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BUSINESS
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REAL ESTATE
December 15, 1985
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BUSINESS
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1989 | GEORGE FRANK, Times Staff Writer
Major developers and other business people contributed more than $800,000 to promote Measure M, the initiative that would raise the sales tax in Orange County by a half cent to pay for billions of dollars in freeway improvements over the next two decades, campaign disclosure statements filed Friday showed. Some of the biggest contributors giving $25,000 or more to the campaign for the Nov. 7 ballot measure were Barratt American Inc., Disneyland, The Irvine Co., Buie Corp., Fieldstone Co.
REAL ESTATE
February 15, 1987
Bob Hubbert, president of Hubbert Advertising and Public Relations, Costa Mesa, is the winner of the 1986 Max Tipton Award, presented at the 13th annual Major Achievement in Merchandising Excellence (MAME) awards. More than 700 entries were received this year, with more than 1,500 attending the Jan. 30 program at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa. Entertainer Donny Osmond was master of ceremonies.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
John Good's timing was pretty bad. In May, 1989, the 27-year-old publisher founded a magazine to showcase the Orange County advertising industry. OC AdNews was a glossy, sophisticated publication aimed at promoting the county's creative talent to the many corporations headquartered locally. But Good hadn't planned on the recession, which has driven about 200 of the county's 420 ad agencies out of business and has put 4,000 people out of advertising-related jobs.
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