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August 22, 2007 | From Times Wire Services
Virgin Media Inc., the second-biggest British pay-TV company, said that Chief Executive Steve Burch had resigned. Virgin, based in Hook, England, said that it would begin a search for Burch's replacement shortly and that Neil Berkett, the company's chief operating officer, would assume the role of acting CEO. The company said Burch, who joined Virgin in January 2006, was returning to the United States for "family and personal reasons." He will also step down from Virgin Media's board.
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August 22, 2007 | From Times Wire Services
Virgin Media Inc., the second-biggest British pay-TV company, said that Chief Executive Steve Burch had resigned. Virgin, based in Hook, England, said that it would begin a search for Burch's replacement shortly and that Neil Berkett, the company's chief operating officer, would assume the role of acting CEO. The company said Burch, who joined Virgin in January 2006, was returning to the United States for "family and personal reasons." He will also step down from Virgin Media's board.
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September 16, 2008 | Mitchell Landsberg and Carla Rivera, Times Staff Writers
The writing assignment at Theodore Roosevelt Middle School in Glendale on Monday was an exercise in group catharsis. The school's grief-shattered staff asked students to write condolence letters to the family of head counselor Ron Grace, who was among the victims of the Metrolink train crash in Chatsworth on Friday. "Everyone was just so sad," said Tatevik Sarkisian, 13, an eighth-grader at the school. "We lost a really good person," added her friend and classmate, Meline Teroganisian, also 13. It was a sad day at many Southern California schools, as students, teachers and administrators struggled with the loss of parents, staff and alumni in the crash, which claimed 25 lives.
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May 23, 1997 | LEE MARGULIES, TIMES TELEVISION EDITOR
Rosie O'Donnell captured a Daytime Emmy Award on her first try while Susan Lucci came up short on her 17th attempt. Just three weeks shy of her first anniversary on the air, the star of "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" was named best talk-show host Wednesday night at the television industry's 24th annual salute to daytime's top programs and talent. She beat out Oprah Winfrey for the honor, but "The Oprah Winfrey Show" was named best talk show for the fourth year in a row.
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