December 29, 2000 |
In a page out of a science fiction novel, engineers at Tetra Tech Inc. are developing a $15-million, 3-D directory that would direct visitors to their destinations around the massive Time Warner Center under construction in midtown Manhattan. If only Tetra Tech could see its own path as clearly. It's not that the Pasadena-based company, which has seen its stock rise 120% this year, doesn't have a vision.
October 21, 1997 |
Halliburton Co. will sell its environmental services unit to Tetra Tech Inc. for $32 million in cash, the two companies said. Halliburton's environmental business involves consulting, engineering and design services. Customers of the Dallas-based company include industrial clients as well as federal, state and local governments, primarily in the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1994
State Sen. Tom Hayden (D-Santa Monica) called Thursday for a state agency to examine Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan's actions affecting a company in which the mayor is an investor. Hayden announced that he has asked the Fair Political Practices Commission to investigate Riordan's actions as a Metropolitan Transportation Authority board member. A local transit activist filed a similar request Wednesday.
June 8, 1999
First Banks Inc., a St. Louis-based commercial banker with offices in California and three other states, agreed to acquire Century Bank, the Beverly Hills-based subsidiary of Philippine National Bank, for undisclosed terms. Century Bank, with assets of $162 million, operates five commercial banking locations in Southern California and one in San Francisco. Also: Woodland Hills-based Wellpoint Health Networks Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1994 |
The state's political ethics commission is investigating Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan to determine whether he violated conflict-of-interest law by taking action last year that benefited an engineering firm in which he held $9.75 million of stock. People familiar with the investigation said this week that the California Fair Political Practices Commission is examining Riordan's role in 1993 as a board member of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
June 26, 1994 |
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan, who pledged during his campaign to separate his substantial business holdings from any official actions, helped win approval last year for a rail project that has brought hundreds of thousands of dollars to a company in which he holds a major stake, records show. Riordan's action, undertaken in his role as a board member of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, may have violated state conflict-of-interest law, according to legal experts.