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September 5, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chapman University's growing reputation as a center for Holocaust research, teaching and outreach has attracted a financial gift that ensures its efforts will not only continue but can accelerate. The private university in Orange has received a seven-figure gift from Ralph and Sue Stern of Tustin to endow a permanent chair in Holocaust education. The chair will be awarded to Marilyn Harran, founding director of the university's Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education.
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BUSINESS
March 1, 2006 | Charles Duhigg and Meg James, Times Staff Writers
CBS Radio jolted shock jock Howard Stern and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. on Tuesday with a $218-million lawsuit that alleged Stern misused the company's airtime in a scheme to boost the payment he received when he moved to Sirius in January. CBS contends that while it employed Stern, the host spent more than a year hyping his upcoming switch to Sirius and, as a result, improperly enriched himself, "pocketing over $200 million for his personal benefit" by driving up Sirius' subscriber numbers.
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BUSINESS
March 1, 2006 | Charles Duhigg and Meg James, Times Staff Writers
CBS Radio jolted shock jock Howard Stern and Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. on Tuesday with a $218-million lawsuit that alleged Stern misused the company's airtime in a scheme to boost the payment he received when he moved to Sirius in January. CBS contends that while it employed Stern, the host spent more than a year hyping his upcoming switch to Sirius and, as a result, improperly enriched himself, "pocketing over $200 million for his personal benefit" by driving up Sirius' subscriber numbers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chapman University's growing reputation as a center for Holocaust research, teaching and outreach has attracted a financial gift that ensures its efforts will not only continue but can accelerate. The private university in Orange has received a seven-figure gift from Ralph and Sue Stern of Tustin to endow a permanent chair in Holocaust education. The chair will be awarded to Marilyn Harran, founding director of the university's Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 2000 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chapman University, with its growing reputation as a center for Holocaust research, teaching and outreach, has attracted a financial gift that ensures its efforts will not only continue but can accelerate. The private university in Orange has received a seven-figure gift from Ralph and Sue Stern of Tustin to endow a permanent chair in Holocaust education. The chair will be awarded to Marilyn Harran, founding director of the university's Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education.
NEWS
October 11, 2002 | ANN CONWAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Traipsing across a strip of asphalt disguised as a garden terrace--fresh sod studded with ochre-colored flagstones--hundreds of art lovers entered Barker Hangar at Santa Monica Airport for the benefit opening of the Los Angeles Art Show. Diane Keaton, Billy Dee Williams and Vin Scully were a few of the 600 guests who sipped fine wines and sampled appetizers as they cruised exhibits that ranged from spare black-and-white sketches by Henri Matisse to generous Technicolor canvases by David Hockney.
NEWS
May 12, 1988 | ANN CONWAY
"We're not a bunch of sissies!" 84-year-old Celia Topol told guests at the Jewish Senior Center's "Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother" gala on Saturday night. " We know what's what and who's who!" Make no mistake about it. At 84, Topol said she's as strong and sharp as ever. "The senior center has changed my life completely," she said, chatting happily before dinner at the Irvine Marriott. "It has brought me back to activities. And, for people my age, that's a big thing."
SPORTS
September 27, 1989 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Emerging from amid the tumult a week after allegations of drug use among top U.S. athletes, there is this one simple update: Everyone involved is exploring legal options. A week ago, Stern, a West German news magazine, published an article in which a 400-meter runner identified several U.S. athletes as having bought or used banned performance-enhancing drugs.
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