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February 28, 1994 | DAVID W. MYERS and CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The news last week that the top executive at Catellus Development Corp. in San Francisco will resign is the latest twist in a long struggle by California's largest private landowner to turn nearly 1 million acres--once owned by the nation's railroad barons--into a vast real estate empire. The expected departure of Catellus Chief Executive Vernon B.
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February 28, 1994 | DAVID W. MYERS and CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The news last week that the top executive at Catellus Development Corp. in San Francisco will resign is the latest twist in a long struggle by California's largest private landowner to turn nearly 1 million acres--once owned by the nation's railroad barons--into a vast real estate empire. The expected departure of Catellus Chief Executive Vernon B.
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BUSINESS
March 30, 1989
Vernon B. Schwartz, 38, has been appointed president and chief executive of Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., the real estate subsidiary of Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp., Chicago. Schwartz previously was executive vice president and chief operating officer of Hahn Co., a real estate company headquartered at San Diego. Schwartz succeeds O. G. Linde, 63, who has been appointed senior vice president of SFSP. Both Schwartz and Linde will maintain offices in San Francisco.
BUSINESS
May 25, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Catellus Exec Goes to Reichmann: Vernon B. Schwartz, who recently said he would resign as president and chief executive of California real estate giant Catellus Development, has been named president and chief executive of Reichmann International Mexico, a partnership headed by the Reichmann family of Canada and financier George Soros. Schwartz was also named president of the Reichmann companies that are based in Toronto.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Catellus CEO Resigns: Catellus Development confirmed published reports that Chairman and Chief Executive Vernon B. Schwartz has resigned but will stay on until June 30 to "ensure a smooth transition" for a successor. The head of the San Francisco-based real estate development firm was under fire from the California Public Employees Retirement System, which owns 46% of Catellus stock.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1990 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Historic Union Station has been sold and its owners plan extensive improvements for the 51-year-old building and possible future development to reestablish the nearly 50-acre site as a regional transportation hub, it was announced Monday. Santa Fe Pacific Realty said Monday that it bought the 22% interest in the downtown station that Union Pacific Railroad has owned since 1939.
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July 28, 1994 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nelson C. Rising, who helped shepherd such massive Los Angeles real estate projects as the Central Library renovation and the Playa Vista master-planned community, was chosen Wednesday to be president and chief executive of struggling Catellus Development Corp. Rising, 52, a senior partner at the real estate development firm Maguire Thomas Partners in Los Angeles, succeeds Vernon B.
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June 18, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ever wonder what to do with corporate annual reports after you've finished reading them? These glossy books don't usually have any purpose other than to inform shareholders of the company's financial progress during the year. So, once read, do you stack them up for posterity or, maybe, add them to a local landfill? If you are a shareholder of Martin Lawrence Limited Editions, a Van Nuys-based art retailer, there's no need to wonder.
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