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February 1, 1994
In the wake of the recent earthquake, Pacific Bell, Great Western Bank of Chatsworth and Cigna have signed long-term leases for space at the Valencia Corporate Telecommuting Center, a 30,000-square-foot telecommuting building that has been wired with fiber-optics and other voice and data networking systems. The center's owner, Valencia-based Newhall Land & Farming Co.
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BUSINESS
February 1, 1994
In the wake of the recent earthquake, Pacific Bell, Great Western Bank of Chatsworth and Cigna have signed long-term leases for space at the Valencia Corporate Telecommuting Center, a 30,000-square-foot telecommuting building that has been wired with fiber-optics and other voice and data networking systems. The center's owner, Valencia-based Newhall Land & Farming Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 5, 1994 | CHAU LAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It took nothing short of an earthquake to shake loose some interest in telecommuting. A county-funded telecommuting center in the Antelope Valley was virtually ignored when it debuted less than a year ago. But since the Jan. 17 Northridge earthquake cut off freeway access and caused damage to corporate offices, that center and others scheduled to open later this year, have been inundated with calls from companies interested in giving their employees an office away from the office.
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March 7, 1994 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The moment he clicked on the TV news the morning of the Northridge earthquake, Tony Davies knew he was in trouble. The Antelope Valley Freeway--the lifeline from his Palmdale home to his job 42 miles away in Mission Hills--was a wreck. "I thought, 'Uh-oh, this is going to be incredibly terrible.' And it was. It took three hours to get in the first day." Davies, a data-input clerk for GTE, resigned himself to life in his 1987 Toyota Corolla for the foreseeable future.
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