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October 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two San Joaquin Valley Banks Merging: ValliCorp Holdings in Fresno reached agreement to absorb Pacific Bankcorporation, parent of Community First Bank of Bakersfield, in a stock swap valued at $9.2 million. The combined banks will have assets of $622 million, making the merged institution the 18th-largest bank in the state.
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May 13, 1995
I've always been a great fan of Oscar De La Hoya, ever since he won his gold medal at the Olympics. From the start, he has been very humble and simple in his ways. Lately, however, I noticed he has changed a lot. Winning his many bouts and the money that went with it has gone to his head. In his interview before his last fight, I saw that he turned out to be a braggart and I was terribly disgusted. When he disparaged Rafael Ruelas for not playing golf, that was downright insulting.
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BUSINESS
May 13, 1995
I've always been a great fan of Oscar De La Hoya, ever since he won his gold medal at the Olympics. From the start, he has been very humble and simple in his ways. Lately, however, I noticed he has changed a lot. Winning his many bouts and the money that went with it has gone to his head. In his interview before his last fight, I saw that he turned out to be a braggart and I was terribly disgusted. When he disparaged Rafael Ruelas for not playing golf, that was downright insulting.
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May 9, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mineral King Bancorp to Be Acquired: ValliCorp, the largest bank-holding company in the central San Joaquin Valley, said it plans to acquire Visalia-based Mineral King Bancorp for nearly $34 million. The merger would bring ValliCorp assets into the $1-billion range. Under the agreement announced Thursday, Fresno-based ValliCorp would acquire Mineral King's outstanding shares in a stock exchange.
BUSINESS
May 9, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Mineral King Bancorp to Be Acquired: ValliCorp, the largest bank-holding company in the central San Joaquin Valley, said it plans to acquire Visalia-based Mineral King Bancorp for nearly $34 million. The merger would bring ValliCorp assets into the $1-billion range. Under the agreement announced Thursday, Fresno-based ValliCorp would acquire Mineral King's outstanding shares in a stock exchange.
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April 26, 1994 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Consolidation and failures during the past decade may have radically reduced the number of California's banks and savings and loans, but those that remain are generally healthy--and getting stronger. It's a measure of how deep a hole the state's financial services industry was in that only one California-based financial institution, CVB Financial of Ontario, appears on The Times 100 list of most profitable companies, a ranking that charts average two-year return on shareholder equity.
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May 28, 1991 | KATHY M. KRISTOF, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Judith Nelson graduated from law school in 1965, women made up only 4% of her graduating class. There were even fewer female partners at law firms. And there was a prevailing attitude that certain jobs were "women's work"--and law wasn't one of them. Now Nelson is among a small but growing number of women who have made it to the top ranks of California's biggest corporations. Women may still meet resistance in striving to make it into upper ranks, but many believe that the tide is turning.
BUSINESS
October 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two San Joaquin Valley Banks Merging: ValliCorp Holdings in Fresno reached agreement to absorb Pacific Bankcorporation, parent of Community First Bank of Bakersfield, in a stock swap valued at $9.2 million. The combined banks will have assets of $622 million, making the merged institution the 18th-largest bank in the state.
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