November 1, 2000
UltraLink, a Costa Mesa manager of Web-enabled employee benefits administration, said Tuesday that Philip Hashway has been promoted to president. The company said in a news release that Hashway, a former senior director for Compaq Computer Corp., will continue as chief operating officer of the operation created by the July merger of UltraLink and IBenefits Inc. in El Segundo. Hashway also had been worldwide service logistics director for Dell Computer Corp.
August 12, 1991 |
Ultra-Orthodox Jews have voluntarily joined the Israeli army for the first time in the history of the Jewish state, Israel television said Sunday. Ultra-Orthodox Jews are exempt from the mandatory three years of military service for 18-year-old Israeli men so that they can study in religious seminaries.
July 19, 2000
UltraLink, a Costa Mesa provider of health plan management services, completed its merger with IBenefits Inc., an El Segundo provider of Web-based employee benefits. Financial terms were not disclosed. All employees of the two companies are expected to retain their jobs, the companies said Tuesday.
March 26, 2004 |
Shares of Ultra Clean Holdings Inc. of Menlo Park, Calif., which makes equipment for computer chip manufacturers, rose modestly in their trading debut Thursday. The stock (ticker symbol: UCTT) closed at $7.50, up 50 cents, or 7%, from the initial public offering price for the 6 million shares sold. Ultra Clean makes systems that deploy gases used in semiconductor-manufacturing. It reported net income of $180,000 on revenue of $77.5 million last year.
September 1, 1989 |
The Cajun craze may have fizzled, but why should Creole restaurants suffer? Harold and Belle's, a 20-year old restaurant in the Crenshaw district, features Louisiana-bred food to eat-in or take-out . . . and no blackened you-know-what. Partners Harold LeGaux and Al Honore are both descended from that scrumptious part of the world where French, Spanish, Portuguese and African recipes combined with indigenous ingredients (oysters, catfish, clams, shrimp) to form a New World cuisine, i.e.
January 31, 1994 |
Senate candidate and Iran-Contra scandal figure Oliver L. North on Sunday charged that an "arrogant army of ultra-feminists" dominates U.S. politics. North, who is campaigning for the GOP nomination in Virginia, also said any President has a right to conceal covert actions from Congress.
May 25, 1996 |
Ultra-Orthodox Jews returning from prayers for the Shavuot holiday rioted in Arab areas of the city on Friday, smashing cars and overturning stands. In keeping with the holiday's tradition, thousands of Jews worshiped all night Thursday at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest shrine. When the prayer sessions ended on Friday morning, several hundred worshipers turned on Arab residents of Jerusalem's walled Old City, smashing several cars and overturning produce stalls.
September 26, 1987 |
Toshiba America stole some of rival Compaq Computer's thunder Friday, announcing the nation's first portable personal computer using an ultra-fast microprocessor chip from Intel. Compaq, which has been developing its own laptop microcomputer using the new Intel 80386 chip, is expected to make its announcement Tuesday. Toshiba's computer, the T5100, will be assembled at the company's Irvine plant from parts made mostly in Japan. Toshiba opened the $35-million Irvine facility last spring.
April 13, 1995 |
We could understand why Forrest Gump went running and running and running: He had an IQ of 75 and didn't know much better. But male and female ultra runners are seemingly normal in every way--except for an uncontrollable urge to run 30 miles before breakfast. At least they don't sit on park benches eating from a box of chocolates. In this week's Centerpiece, staff writer Ken McAlpine examines these highly motivated athletes and finds out what makes them run so far with nobody chasing them.
November 17, 1990 |
Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir expanded his ruling coalition Friday by signing on an ultra-Orthodox Jewish party with promises of stricter religious laws that include outlawing the sale of pork. The agreement with the Agudat Israel party gives greater stability to Shamir's 5-month-old, right-wing government. But it also threatens to reopen old wounds between ultra-religious Jews who want biblical law enforced by the state and the secular majority, which fears religious coercion.