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March 24, 1993 | JOHN LIPPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harry Evans Sloan, former mini-mogul, is now TV kung. Sloan, the onetime show biz lawyer who became a major B-movie producer in the 1980s, has refocused his entrepreneurial zeal on the emerging Scandinavian commercial TV business, where he's become known as the king of local TV. Earlier this month, Sloan took his 3-year-old Scandinavia Broadcasting System public at $13.50 a share and raised $48 million.
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March 24, 1993 | JOHN LIPPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harry Evans Sloan, former mini-mogul, is now TV kung. Sloan, the onetime show biz lawyer who became a major B-movie producer in the 1980s, has refocused his entrepreneurial zeal on the emerging Scandinavian commercial TV business, where he's become known as the king of local TV. Earlier this month, Sloan took his 3-year-old Scandinavia Broadcasting System public at $13.50 a share and raised $48 million.
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March 4, 2007 | Claudia Eller, Times Staff Writer
His office looks more like it belongs to a New Age guru than a type-A chief executive crusading to save one of Hollywood's most storied movie studios. Dozens of crystals, an amethyst cluster as big as a boulder, an amber lion, running-water sculptures and other talismans populate his corner suite at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.'s headquarters in Century City. Shortly after becoming chairman and chief executive 18 months ago, Harry E.
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