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July 20, 2004 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Foot-high plastic Donald Trumps, with molded hair not unlike the real thing, will attempt a takeover of the doll market this fall, courtesy of a Chicago manufacturer that wants to cash in on the success of "The Apprentice." Stevenson Entertainment Group is betting Americans will pay good money to be abused by the strutting New York developer who stars in the unscripted NBC television series as a boss people will do anything to work for.
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July 20, 2004 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Foot-high plastic Donald Trumps, with molded hair not unlike the real thing, will attempt a takeover of the doll market this fall, courtesy of a Chicago manufacturer that wants to cash in on the success of "The Apprentice." Stevenson Entertainment Group is betting Americans will pay good money to be abused by the strutting New York developer who stars in the unscripted NBC television series as a boss people will do anything to work for.
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October 17, 2002 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
The Kings were in a panic. Less than 48 hours before their game against the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night at Staples Center, Mattias Norstrom was stuck on the docks in San Pedro, trapped in a shipping container. Jason Allison had been flown in from China to save the day. "It was pretty stressful," said Kurt Schwartzkopf, the club's director of sales and marketing.
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