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July 21, 1998
* Thomas E. Klett, a consultant specializing in health and disabilities practices with the international consulting firm Towers Perrin, will head a new office for VPA Inc. in White Plains, N.Y. Klett, who has served as an advisor to such industry leaders as PepsiCo and Ford, will work with large self-funded employers on the East Coast and in the Northeast, looking into such issues as workers' compensation, disability and paid time off.
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May 4, 1999 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
VPA Inc. plans to expand and relocate its headquarters operation to a building to be erected next to its current Calabasas headquarters. After considering alternative sites from the Warner Center to Agoura, VPA opted to stay near its leased Calabasas Road offices in a building to be developed by Kilroy Realty Corp., said broker Bryan Lewitt of Staubach Los Angeles, VPA's real estate consultant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1999
* Charles W. Hull has rejoined 3D Systems Corp. of Valencia, the company he founded in 1986. Hull will serve as vice president and chief technology officer, leading 3D's research and engineering division. Richard D. Balason, president and chief operating officer, has resigned to pursue other interests, the company said. 3D Systems provides solid imaging products and services, which fabricate solid prototypes from digital input.
NEWS
February 10, 2000 | VIRGINIA ELLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Succumbing to pressure from lawmakers, Gov. Gray Davis has agreed to raise workers' payroll deductions--some for the second time this year--to protect the state's disability insurance from insolvency. Effective April 1, Davis told lawmakers, he will increase payroll contributions for disability insurance from 0.5% to 0.68%, a move that will reduce take-home pay for about 11 million California workers. For those earning $5.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Developers broke ground on a host of new developments in the San Fernando Valley during the second quarter, while also completing some noteworthy renovations. The largest single speculative office building to be constructed in the Valley during the current construction cycle, the 532,000-square-foot Glendale Plaza at 655 N. Central Ave.
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