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BUSINESS
April 16, 1985
Lear Siegler Inc., lining up a management succession behind the company's longtime chairman and president, Robert T. Campion, on Monday named Norman A. Barkeley president. Campion, 63, will remain chairman and chief executive of the Santa Monica-based diversified manufacturer. The company, which produces aerospace, automotive and other industrial products, has a mandatory retirement age of 65, a spokesman said.
BUSINESS
May 5, 1986
Victoria Station Inc. said it is actively considering various restructuring plans, including the possibility of a reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The company said Friday that its problem of declining revenue continues to strain its liquidity and capital resources, and the company has had to curtail payments on past-due obligations.
NEWS
November 12, 1987 | RONALD J. OSTROW and DOUGLAS JEHL, Times Staff Writers
At the time Anthony M. Kennedy was a lobbyist for Schenley Industries Inc., in Sacramento, the giant liquor producer allegedly was paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in illegal kickbacks to liquor distributors and restaurants in New York and California, records in those states show. The records give no indication that Kennedy, picked for the Supreme Court, played any role in the illicit schemes, for which Schenley later agreed to pay $79,000 in fines.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1985
Lear Siegler Inc., lining up a management succession behind the company's longtime chairman and president, Robert T. Campion, on Monday named Norman A. Barkeley president. Campion, 63, will remain chairman and chief executive of the Santa Monica-based diversified manufacturer. The company, which produces aerospace, automotive and other industrial products, has a mandatory retirement age of 65, a spokesman said.
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