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September 4, 1990 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
These days, you'd have to be pretty daring--or pretty dumb--to put your home at risk to open an ad agency in Los Angeles. But that's what Cary Sacks and John Fuller did. Even as business in the Los Angeles ad market hit the skids nine months ago, the two daredevils left the local office of Della Femina McNamee and took out fat home equity loans to open Sacks/Fuller Advertising. "We knew we couldn't goof up," said John Fuller, the agency president.
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November 14, 1996 | BARRY BEARAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The how and why of the world's worst midair collision is as yet unexplained, but on Wednesday critics were eager to say I told you so, making India's air traffic system appear more like a mortal game of dodge ball. The flight recorders of the doomed planes, which collided over India on Tuesday, have now been recovered. Transcripts show that the crew of the Kazakh aircraft had been warned of an oncoming Saudi jumbo jet.
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June 19, 1995 | EVELYN IRITANI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Boeing Co. and Douglas Aircraft Co. will share a long-awaited $6-billion airplane order from Saudi Arabian Airlines, a top Saudi official announced Sunday night at the airline's 50th anniversary celebration in Jedda. Prince Bandar, the Saudi ambassador to the United States, told the crowd that the airline, as expected, will buy 23 Boeing 777-200 twinjets and five 747-400 jumbo jets and 29 MD-90s and 4 MD-11s, according to company officials. Boeing Co.
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November 13, 1996 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To some, it sounded like a monsoon thunderclap; to others, like a bomb, or a more powerful version of the firecrackers they had set off two days before on Hinduism's most joyous holiday. As a hazy twilight fell on the verdant farmlands of Haryana state in northern India, houses in this small rural town of 3,000 to 4,000 people were still trimmed with the glowing colored lights set out to celebrate Diwali, when Hindus fete the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness.
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November 13, 1996 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To some, it sounded like a monsoon thunderclap; to others, like a bomb, or a more powerful version of the firecrackers they had set off two days before on Hinduism's most joyous holiday. As a hazy twilight fell on the verdant farmlands of Haryana state in northern India, houses in this small rural town of 3,000 to 4,000 people were still trimmed with the glowing colored lights set out to celebrate Diwali, when Hindus fete the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness.
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November 25, 1989 | From Associated Press
Police on Friday found a time bomb in luggage taken from a Saudi Airlines jumbo jet with 248 people aboard. Only a loose wire stopped it from exploding over the Arabian Sea, officials said. "We have recovered a bomb in a bag which was not tagged," said an officer of the paramilitary Karachi Airport Security Force, who identified himself only as Ashraf.
NEWS
November 14, 1996 | BARRY BEARAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The how and why of the world's worst midair collision is as yet unexplained, but on Wednesday critics were eager to say I told you so, making India's air traffic system appear more like a mortal game of dodge ball. The flight recorders of the doomed planes, which collided over India on Tuesday, have now been recovered. Transcripts show that the crew of the Kazakh aircraft had been warned of an oncoming Saudi jumbo jet.
BUSINESS
June 19, 1995 | EVELYN IRITANI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Boeing Co. and Douglas Aircraft Co. will share a long-awaited $6-billion airplane order from Saudi Arabian Airlines, a top Saudi official announced Sunday night at the airline's 50th anniversary celebration in Jedda. Prince Bandar, the Saudi ambassador to the United States, told the crowd that the airline, as expected, will buy 23 Boeing 777-200 twinjets and five 747-400 jumbo jets and 29 MD-90s and 4 MD-11s, according to company officials. Boeing Co.
BUSINESS
September 4, 1990 | BRUCE HOROVITZ
These days, you'd have to be pretty daring--or pretty dumb--to put your home at risk to open an ad agency in Los Angeles. But that's what Cary Sacks and John Fuller did. Even as business in the Los Angeles ad market hit the skids nine months ago, the two daredevils left the local office of Della Femina McNamee and took out fat home equity loans to open Sacks/Fuller Advertising. "We knew we couldn't goof up," said John Fuller, the agency president.
NEWS
November 25, 1989 | From Associated Press
Police on Friday found a time bomb in luggage taken from a Saudi Airlines jumbo jet with 248 people aboard. Only a loose wire stopped it from exploding over the Arabian Sea, officials said. "We have recovered a bomb in a bag which was not tagged," said an officer of the paramilitary Karachi Airport Security Force, who identified himself only as Ashraf.
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