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April 15, 1988 | KATHRYN HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
MCA has been braced for a challenge since mid-February, when New York real estate magnate Donald J. Trump notified the Los Angeles entertainment company that he might acquire up to 24.5% of its shares. So far, Trump hasn't done much, even though he cleared federal antitrust hurdles in early March to proceed with stock purchases. No public evidence has surfaced that he has increased his stake above 5%.
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November 21, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officials of the carpenters union headquarters in Washington took over several locals in Orange and Riverside counties Wednesday, surprising local union leaders. As the national union changed locks on doors and took control of records at the locals, union officials in this area were told that some locals will be merged and that all seven locals will be managed from Los Angeles.
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BUSINESS
April 26, 1988 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Union leaders bashing other union leaders at times is understandable--after all, internecine warfare is routine in such long-established institutions as the Democratic and Republican parties. But some battles currently raging in construction industry unions, particularly in Southern California, are bound to hurt the modestly successful efforts that have been under way to stop the massive membership erosion going on more than a decade.
BUSINESS
April 26, 1988 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Union leaders bashing other union leaders at times is understandable--after all, internecine warfare is routine in such long-established institutions as the Democratic and Republican parties. But some battles currently raging in construction industry unions, particularly in Southern California, are bound to hurt the modestly successful efforts that have been under way to stop the massive membership erosion going on more than a decade.
BUSINESS
November 21, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Officials of the carpenters union headquarters in Washington took over several locals in Orange and Riverside counties Wednesday, surprising local union leaders. As the national union changed locks on doors and took control of records at the locals, union officials in this area were told that some locals will be merged and that all seven locals will be managed from Los Angeles.
NATIONAL
September 4, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
John Edwards won the endorsement of the United Steelworkers and the United Mine Workers of America as more than 1,000 union members cheered the Democratic presidential candidate at a Labor Day rally and parade in Pittsburgh. "America was not built on Wall Street. America was built by steelworkers and mine workers," Edwards told supporters. The endorsements mean that Edwards now has more than any Democratic presidential candidate.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 19, 1988
The Los Angeles City Council has voted to approve the appointment of Floyd D. Clay, a labor leader and Wilmington resident, to the Board of Harbor Commissioners. Clay, business manager of Local 1437 of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, succeeds Kenneth Lord, who died in December. Clay, who was nominated by Mayor Tom Bradley, will assume his post Wednesday. The five-member harbor commission sets policies for the Port of Los Angeles.
NEWS
March 30, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The main national carpenters' union is breaking from its affiliation with the AFL-CIO over differences in the direction of the labor movement, the union's president said in a letter. "The AFL-CIO continues to operate under the rules and procedures of an era that passed years ago, while the industries that employ our members change from day to day," said the letter from Douglas J. McCarron to AFL-CIO President John Sweeney.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1988
Floyd Clay, a labor leader and Wilmington resident, has been nominated by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley to a seat on the city's board of harbor commissioners as a replacement for Kenneth Lord, another labor leader who died Dec. 15. If confirmed by the City Council, Clay will continue the tradition of having a labor representative on the five-member panel, which sets policies for the Port of Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
May 20, 2004 | From Associated Press
Intel Corp. shareholders spurned management's wishes Wednesday and approved an advisory proposal calling on the chip maker to expense stock options in its financial reports. The measure won only 54% of the vote, but its passage was a major victory for supporters of expensing options. Intel has led the opposition to the practice since it gained popularity after recent corporate scandals.
BUSINESS
April 15, 1988 | KATHRYN HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
MCA has been braced for a challenge since mid-February, when New York real estate magnate Donald J. Trump notified the Los Angeles entertainment company that he might acquire up to 24.5% of its shares. So far, Trump hasn't done much, even though he cleared federal antitrust hurdles in early March to proceed with stock purchases. No public evidence has surfaced that he has increased his stake above 5%.
NATIONAL
September 9, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Democrat John Edwards on Saturday accused presidential rival Hillary Rodham Clinton of defending a lobbyist-driven political system that is "rigged against regular Americans" and that killed her plan for universal healthcare. He said no Democratic candidate could legitimately promise to change the nation without swearing off special- interest money from federal lobbyists -- which Sen. Clinton (D-N.Y.) has refused to do.
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