September 24, 2004 |
Former Qwest Communications International Inc. executive Thomas Hall pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor count of falsifying documents, ending the first criminal case stemming from a federal investigation of the company. In exchange, prosecutors dropped three counts of wire fraud and one count of securities fraud. Hall, who also agreed to cooperate with investigators who are still looking into Qwest, faces up to a year in prison and a fine of as much as $100,000.
March 30, 2004 |
A federal judge refused to acquit four former Qwest Communications International Inc. executives accused of artificially boosting company revenue by $34 million, saying there was enough evidence to support guilty verdicts. Thomas Hall, Grant Graham, John Walker and Bryan Treadway are accused of conspiring to help the Denver-based telecommunications company improperly book the money in June 2001 to meet financial targets, perhaps hoping to boost their own bonuses.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1988
A 22-year-old Lakeside man was killed in a head-on accident early Saturday morning in East County. Thomas Hall Berkshire Jr. was killed after the pickup truck in which he was riding crossed the center line of Oak Creek Drive and collided with another pickup truck, the California Highway Patrol said. The accident occurred shortly before 1:30 a.m., just south of Eucalyptus Hills Road.
September 9, 1987 |
Neil Simon will be premiering his new musical, "A Foggy Day," at the Old Globe in the spring, the theater announced Tuesday. The musical, which features songs by George and Ira Gershwin, will mark the first time Simon, one of America's most commercially successful playwrights, will work in San Diego. Like Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods," which is opening in New York next month after an Old Globe premiere in December, "A Foggy Day" is, from the outset, Broadway bound.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 2002 |
Thomas J.H. Trapnell, a highly decorated Army lieutenant general who survived the Bataan Death March during World War II and was a top American advisor to the French in the final stages of their colonial war in Vietnam, has died. He was 99. Trapnell, who retired in 1962 as commander of the 3rd U.S. Army, died Wednesday of a heart ailment at the Fairfax retirement facility at Ft. Belvoir, Va.
July 12, 1987
Ciotti's article is full of women who want men but who don't sound as though they will compromise a thing to get a man. There are plenty of us out here--single, lonely, willing to commit to a loving relationship. We want families and companionship. But if we compromise our schedules, careers and fantasies, we want to believe that we are important enough that our wives will stick with us after the children have left home. We want to believe we are more than just a source for seeds or social image or financial security.