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September 2, 1988 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
San Diego Gas & Electric, citing a strong desire to remain independent, rejected Thursday a $2-billion takeover bid by SCEcorp that would have created the nation's largest electric utility. SDG&E instead repeated its intention to complete a merger with Tucson Electric Power, a coal-rich utility in Arizona, SDG&E Chairman Thomas Page said.
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BUSINESS
September 2, 1988 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
San Diego Gas & Electric, citing a strong desire to remain independent, rejected Thursday a $2-billion takeover bid by SCEcorp that would have created the nation's largest electric utility. SDG&E instead repeated its intention to complete a merger with Tucson Electric Power, a coal-rich utility in Arizona, SDG&E Chairman Thomas Page said.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1988
David N. Barry III has been elected vice president and general counsel of SECcorp and its electric utility subsidiary, Southern California Edison. SECcorp also named John R. Fielder vice president-information systems of Southern California Edison Co. Barry, 61, will succeed John R. Bury, who retires March 1, 1989. Lawrence T.
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