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January 30, 1990 | ALAN C. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern Californians stand to lose hundreds of million of dollars in federal assistance for mass transit and for newly legalized immigrants and refugees under President Bush's $1.23-trillion budget released on Monday. Cutbacks in spending also threaten the closure of the Long Beach Naval Shipyard and the Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo and promise further delays in modernizing the outmoded air traffic control center in Orange County.
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January 25, 1998 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Looking for a place to do business in Southern California? You'll pay through the nose in Los Angeles and Santa Monica but find bargains from Santa Clarita to Diamond Bar, according to an extensive survey to be released Monday. Local jurisdictions vary widely in the costs they impose on their corporate citizens, and some high-cost cities provide lucrative incentives to businesses they want most.
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January 25, 1998 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Looking for a place to do business in Southern California? You'll pay through the nose in Los Angeles and Santa Monica but find bargains from Santa Clarita to Diamond Bar, according to an extensive survey to be released Monday. Local jurisdictions vary widely in the costs they impose on their corporate citizens, and some high-cost cities provide lucrative incentives to businesses they want most.
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January 25, 1998 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Looking for a place to do business in Southern California? You'll pay through the nose in Los Angeles and Santa Monica but find bargains from Santa Clarita to Diamond Bar, according to an extensive survey to be released Monday. Local jurisdictions vary widely in the costs they impose on their corporate citizens and some high-cost cities provide lucrative incentives to businesses they want most.
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January 25, 1998 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Looking for a place to do business in Southern California? You'll pay through the nose in Los Angeles and Santa Monica but find bargains from Santa Clarita to Diamond Bar, according to an extensive survey to be released Monday. Local jurisdictions vary widely in the costs they impose on their corporate citizens and some high-cost cities provide lucrative incentives to businesses they want most.
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August 23, 2011 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
John R. Hubbard, a historian and former U.S. ambassador to India who was president of USC in the 1970s, died Sunday at his Rancho Mirage home after a long illness, the university announced. The broad-shouldered and outspoken Texas native, widely known as "Jack," was 92. During his decade-long presidency, Hubbard was credited with helping to boost the University of Southern California's finances and academic reputation. But his term also was marked with controversies over donations from the shah of Iran and from corporations doing business in Saudi Arabia.
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January 30, 1990 | ALAN C. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern Californians stand to lose hundreds of million of dollars in federal assistance for mass transit and for newly legalized immigrants and refugees under President Bush's $1.23-trillion budget released on Monday. Cutbacks in spending also threaten the closure of the Long Beach Naval Shipyard and the Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo and promise further delays in modernizing the outmoded air traffic control center in Orange County.
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