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September 23, 2010 | By Helene Elliott
Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli , in their first comments since the NHL lifted its suspension of Henry in November, said they remain committed to the franchise for the long term despite losing "double-digit millions" and seeing the team's slide since its 2007 Stanley Cup triumph extend to missing the playoffs last season. "We have so much passion for the team," Susan Samueli said Thursday. "It just makes us appreciate the Stanley Cup even more, that we had a difficult year last year.
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September 23, 2010 | By Helene Elliott
Ducks owners Henry and Susan Samueli , in their first comments since the NHL lifted its suspension of Henry in November, said they remain committed to the franchise for the long term despite losing "double-digit millions" and seeing the team's slide since its 2007 Stanley Cup triumph extend to missing the playoffs last season. "We have so much passion for the team," Susan Samueli said Thursday. "It just makes us appreciate the Stanley Cup even more, that we had a difficult year last year.
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June 20, 2005 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Between them, Henry and Susan Samueli have two doctorates, a bachelor of arts degree, a bachelor of science and a master's. Both have had impressive careers: Henry, an electrical engineer, was a professor of electrical engineering at UCLA and is the co-founder, board chairman and chief technical officer of Broadcom. Susan was a systems engineer at IBM until she left to raise the couple's three daughters. They also have a net worth of $1.
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June 16, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Fans attended NHL games in record numbers this season after many teams cut ticket prices in the wake of the lockout that wiped out the 2004-05 season. Now it appears many of those fans will pay more for such loyalty. Flush with the knowledge that their sport wasn't abandoned, some teams -- including the Mighty Ducks -- are seeking to recoup some of the revenue lost to the lockout by raising ticket prices or with other fee hikes.
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June 16, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
After spending the last few months accumulating employees, Henry and Susan Samueli now have a hockey team. The NHL board of governors unanimously approved their purchase of the Mighty Ducks on Wednesday. The Samuelis, whose company also operates the Arrowhead Pond, had agreed to buy the Ducks from the Walt Disney Co. as part of a $75-million deal. The board of governors, the representatives from the NHL's 30 teams, needed to sign off on the sale.
HOME & GARDEN
May 6, 2000 | ANN CONWAY
In the spotlight: The lush, seaside French-country-garden-in-the-making of Susan and Henry Samueli, the computer-chip billionaire who helped launch Broadcom Corp. in Irvine. The couple's sweeping, flower-rimmed property in Corona del Mar was the setting for a luncheon Tuesday sponsored by 44 Women for Children, a new auxiliary of the Orangewood Children's Foundation. Through the gate: More than 200 swept along a sideyard path to reach the multimillion-dollar estate's emerald lawn.
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June 16, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Fans attended NHL games in record numbers this season after many teams cut ticket prices in the wake of the lockout that wiped out the 2004-05 season. Now it appears many of those fans will pay more for such loyalty. Flush with the knowledge that their sport wasn't abandoned, some teams -- including the Mighty Ducks -- are seeking to recoup some of the revenue lost to the lockout by raising ticket prices or with other fee hikes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1999
UCI professor of dance Donald McKayle has been named one of five people to be awarded the 2000 UCI Medal, the university's highest honor and the equivalent of an honorary doctorate on March 18. McKayle whose career spans more than 50 years in the performing arts, will receive the award at a dinner at the Hyatt Regency Irvine. The other award winners are UCI Executive Vice Chancellor William J. Lillyman, UCI distinguished professor of neurobiology Ricardo Miledi, Broadcom Corp.
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June 22, 2007
There were 5,284 votes cast in the most recent informal online poll: Who is the best local sports team owner? Arte Moreno (Angels): 42.9% Jerry Buss (Lakers): 25.5% Henry and Susan Samueli (Ducks): 13.0% Frank McCourt (Dodgers): 9.5% Phil Anschutz (Kings, Galaxy): 3.1% Donald Sterling (Clippers): 2.6% Jorge Vergara (Chivas USA): 1.9% Carla Christofferson and Kathy Goodman (Sparks): 1.4% Up next: What is the worst deal in L.A. Dodgers history? Vote now at latimes.com/sports
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April 23, 2005 | Chris Foster
Dean Lombardi, former San Jose Shark general manager, will interview for the Mighty Ducks' general manager vacancy, a hockey source said Friday. Representatives of Henry and Susan Samueli, who have agreed to buy the team from the Walt Disney Co., asked permission to speak with Lombardi from Philadelphia General Manager Bobby Clarke. Lombardi is currently a scout with the Flyers.
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June 20, 2005 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
Between them, Henry and Susan Samueli have two doctorates, a bachelor of arts degree, a bachelor of science and a master's. Both have had impressive careers: Henry, an electrical engineer, was a professor of electrical engineering at UCLA and is the co-founder, board chairman and chief technical officer of Broadcom. Susan was a systems engineer at IBM until she left to raise the couple's three daughters. They also have a net worth of $1.
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June 16, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
After spending the last few months accumulating employees, Henry and Susan Samueli now have a hockey team. The NHL board of governors unanimously approved their purchase of the Mighty Ducks on Wednesday. The Samuelis, whose company also operates the Arrowhead Pond, had agreed to buy the Ducks from the Walt Disney Co. as part of a $75-million deal. The board of governors, the representatives from the NHL's 30 teams, needed to sign off on the sale.
HOME & GARDEN
May 6, 2000 | ANN CONWAY
In the spotlight: The lush, seaside French-country-garden-in-the-making of Susan and Henry Samueli, the computer-chip billionaire who helped launch Broadcom Corp. in Irvine. The couple's sweeping, flower-rimmed property in Corona del Mar was the setting for a luncheon Tuesday sponsored by 44 Women for Children, a new auxiliary of the Orangewood Children's Foundation. Through the gate: More than 200 swept along a sideyard path to reach the multimillion-dollar estate's emerald lawn.
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May 22, 2005 | Chris Foster
The new ownership of the Mighty Ducks will meet with finalists for the general manager position this weekend, sources familiar with the team said. Neil Smith, former New York Ranger general manager; Brian Burke, former Vancouver Canuck general manager, and Al Coates, the Ducks' interim general manager, were scheduled to meet with Henry and Susan Samueli, sources said. The Samuelis have agreed to buy the team from the Walt Disney Co.
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November 7, 2002 | Jeff Gottlieb, Times Staff Writer
Take my joke. Please. It could make you feel better. UC Irvine researchers have found that even looking forward to a funny event creates physiological changes that reduce stress. Results of the study were presented Wednesday at a meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Orlando, Fla. A team led by Lee Berk, assistant professor of family medicine and a researcher at the Susan Samueli Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, tested 16 men at Loma Linda University.
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