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July 25, 2009 | Diane R. Krieger
"The Kriegers have not been able to successfully implement Cesar's technique." There it is in black and white for all to see, on page 299 of the Dog Whisperer's "Ultimate Episode Guide." The sad truth. Our episode (titled "Raw Cotton") first aired more than two years ago. To this day, whenever I see a rerun, I cringe at the closing scene: me, boasting about Cesar Millan's method being "idiot simple." Apparently, not simple enough for this idiot.
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BUSINESS
June 14, 2010
Tribune Interactive is partnering with TomPetty.com, the website for rock musician Tom Petty and his band, the Heartbreakers, to launch an online hub as part of the band's 40-city "Mojo" tour. That site, which launches Monday, offers music, merchandise and concert tickets. It can be reached through the main navigation bar of any of Tribune's newspaper or TV station websites, including the Los Angeles Times (www.latimes.com) and KTLA-TV Channel 5 (www.ktla.com).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 2001 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jean-Louis Palladin, the consummate chef's chef who modernized and enhanced French cooking in America and influenced a generation of foodies with innovative combinations of the freshest ingredients at his restaurant, Jean-Louis at the Watergate, has died. He was 55. Palladin died Sunday in McLean, Va., of lung cancer, a family spokeswoman said. The chef, a heavy smoker, was diagnosed with the disease late last year.
BUSINESS
August 16, 2013 | By Jessica Naziri
The gig: Michael Dubin, 35, is chief executive and co-founder of Dollar Shave Club, a subscription service that delivers razors and laughs. When Dubin released a YouTube video in March 2012 introducing his company, where members can get razors starting at $1 a month (plus $2 in shipping) delivered to their door, he had no idea the replenishable razor blades were going to be such a big hit. The goofy video went viral, orders poured in (12,000 in the first two days) and the company's website, DollarShaveClub, crashed in the first hour.
OPINION
February 15, 2010
Google's plan to build an ultra-fast broadband service is so appealing, it defies credulity. The speed -- 1 gigabit per second -- is about 200 times faster than the fastest connections available in the U.S. today. Alas, for the vast majority of Internet users, Google's gambit is is too good to be true. The new fiber-optic lines will be deployed in only a handful of communities, reaching no more than half a million people. But the point for Google isn't to go head to head with the broadband services already offered by AT&T, Comcast and other phone and cable TV companies.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2009 | Tim Rutten
From the moment restive medieval scribes began to jot their own thoughts and feelings into the spaces alongside the texts and chronicles they'd been assigned to copy, much that's most fascinating about Western history has seemed, at first, simply marginalia.
BUSINESS
March 7, 2009 | Associated Press
Stephen and Linda Drake cast aside concerns about owning property in Mexico because they believed in Donald Trump. The Southern California couple made a $250,000 down payment on a 19th-floor oceanfront condo in Trump Ocean Resort Baja in 2006 before the first construction crew arrived.
BUSINESS
June 1, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Chevron Corp. said it formed a biofuels unit to pursue commercial opportunities related to production and distribution of ethanol and biodiesel. The unit will operate within Chevron's technology ventures business, the San Ramon, Calif.-based company said. Chevron now produces about 300 million gallons of ethanol a year for use in gasoline blends.
BUSINESS
September 9, 1987 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI
Diagnostic Ventures Inc., a Newport Beach medical equipment leasing company, said it expects to report a loss of between $275,000 and $350,000 for the 12 months ended June 30 because of a change in its accounting methods. The company also said it is restating results for the first three quarters of its 1987 fiscal year. Previously, the company, which became publicly held last November, had reported a net profit of $230,586 on revenues of $6.2 million for the first nine months of the fiscal year.
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