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February 9, 2000 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a young accordion-music publisher in post-World War II New York, Morty Manus got a chance to hear his customers at a recital. It wasn't pretty. American-born youngsters pumped clumsily on the squeeze boxes of their immigrant parents and grandparents, creating a racket so homely it gave Manus a stomachache. His gut told him time was running out on his core product, and with it, the company he inherited from his Russian-born father.
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February 9, 2000 | MARLA DICKERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As a young accordion-music publisher in post-World War II New York, Morty Manus got a chance to hear his customers at a recital. It wasn't pretty. American-born youngsters pumped clumsily on the squeeze boxes of their immigrant parents and grandparents, creating a racket so homely it gave Manus a stomachache. His gut told him time was running out on his core product, and with it, the company he inherited from his Russian-born father.
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BUSINESS
March 25, 1997
Edge Industrial Design does the design engineering for products such as audio speakers, home fitness equipment and mountain bikes. Manufacturers turn to Edge to ensure that their products look attractive. Vice President Robert Hess has learned a great deal about the benefits--and the risks--of investing significantly in research and development to keep his firm competitive. He was interviewed by Karen E. Klein.
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September 29, 1996 | MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Appointees of the governor have always been the ones to decide whether to increase the minimum wage for hundreds of thousands of California workers. With Proposition 210, for the first time, it's the voters' turn to make the call. And despite some complications to sort out, a majority of voters appear to be convinced that it is time for California's rock-bottom wage earners to get a raise.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1998 | HELAINE OLEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Michael Haschka and Michelle Villanueva can envision their future in detail; they just need a little help planning for it. The couple, 39 and 28, respectively, and married two years, wax enthusiastic about the day 20 years from now when they can work part time and indulge their love of travel and of sports such as scuba diving and rock climbing. Ask what they've done to make that a reality, though, and it becomes clear they've been putting off the hard part.
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