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March 11, 1990 | NANCY BENAC, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In an age of multibillion-dollar buyouts and mergers, an unassuming army of 13,000 is teaching Americans to think small. Members of the volunteer Senior Corps of Retired Executives draw on decades of business experience as they offer free, one-on-one counseling to people who are just getting started in small business or who need help moving ahead. "Since we have attained hard-won skills in our business lives, this is the best way we can volunteer," said Ann Oxley, a SCORE member from Ft.
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BUSINESS
March 11, 1990 | NANCY BENAC, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In an age of multibillion-dollar buyouts and mergers, an unassuming army of 13,000 is teaching Americans to think small. Members of the volunteer Senior Corps of Retired Executives draw on decades of business experience as they offer free, one-on-one counseling to people who are just getting started in small business or who need help moving ahead. "Since we have attained hard-won skills in our business lives, this is the best way we can volunteer," said Ann Oxley, a SCORE member from Ft.
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May 19, 1993 | David Tobenkin; Special to The Times
Home affordability in Orange County is on the rise with mortgage loan interest rates at a 20-year low, but many apartment dwellers refuse to buy a house because they fear losing their jobs. So the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California is offering a new insurance plan to protect home buyers who are laid off. Participants will receive as many as 12 monthly payments of up to $3,500 each month if they lose their jobs within a year of buying a home.
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December 9, 1993 | REBECCA BRYANT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Bob Levy is a bit like E. F. Hutton. When he talks business, people listen. No, they don't fall silent in crowded restaurants, hands cupped to their ears, every time he opens his mouth. But when the 70-year-old former Cleveland shoe salesman talks loans or marketing or management, entrepreneurs take heed. A counselor for Senior Corps of Retired Executives, or SCORE, Levy advises business people in San Fernando and West Los Angeles with the knowledge gained in four decades of business.
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May 23, 1990 | DAVID DREIER, David Dreier (R-La Verne) is the chairman of the House Republican Task Force on Foreign Policy.
Thought you had seen the last of inefficient, centralized economies in Eastern Europe? Think again. Congress is plodding forward with a multibillion-dollar aid package designed to reward even the most committed centralized planner. In fact, what started out as a legitimate effort to assist the emerging democracies has become a contest to see who can spend the most tax dollars in the shortest period of time.
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