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January 1, 1988
Robert N. Miller, 59, president of Getty Oil Co. until 1984 when Texaco Inc. took over the company. An engineer with Getty since 1950, Miller left the company to join Skelly Oil Co. in Tulsa but rejoined his old Los Angeles-based employer when it absorbed the Oklahoma firm in 1977. After his retirement he moved to Texas and established his own businesses. In Bastrop, Tex., on Wednesday after what was described only as a "short illness."
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BUSINESS
June 6, 2005 | Leslie Earnest, Times Staff Writer
It was the last night of its annual conference, and the Tribe, as the surf industry calls itself, was stoked. Clothing makers, sales directors, marketing experts and shop owners gathered on the beach for an awards ceremony. When Volcom Inc. of Costa Mesa was named manufacturer of the year, supporters chanted "Wool-y, Wool-y" as pals carried the company's chief executive to the stage.
BUSINESS
December 1, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Time-Warner Stockholders' Lawsuit Revived: A federal appeals court in New York reinstated a shareholder lawsuit over Time Warner Inc.'s method of reducing the $10-billion debt it assumed when Time Inc. and Warner Communications Inc. merged in 1989. A lower court had dismissed the suit as baseless in June, 1992.
BUSINESS
February 9, 2007 | From the Associated Press
The jockeying to bring the most popular names from TV and the Web to cellphones produced another exclusive deal Thursday with Verizon Wireless nabbing a multiyear agreement to offer ESPN's flashy feed of sports scores, newscasts and video highlights on the tiny screen. The plan to revive Mobile ESPN -- initially born as a full-blown cellphone company that would compete with big players such as Verizon before Burbank-based Walt Disney Co.
BUSINESS
August 13, 1999 | Leslie Earnest
Stater Bros. Inc., which is nearly doubling its presence in Orange County by acquiring 14 Albertson's and Lucky supermarkets, will reopen three of them Saturday. They will be the first to reopen in Orange County under the Stater Bros. name since the Colton-based chain announced the deal in June. The stores were put on the block when Albertson's Inc. sought to gain regulatory approval to acquire Lucky's parent, American Stores Co., in a $9.8-billion deal.
BUSINESS
April 17, 2000 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Kelly earns plenty of frequent-flier mileage traveling to corporate auctions where she bids on such industrial-strength used equipment as Class 100 clean rooms and nitrogen belt furnaces. But as the $100-billion business of disposing of excess corporate assets moves online, the Microsemi Corp. executive plans to spend more time in her Santa Ana office.
BUSINESS
January 14, 2005 | Joseph Menn, Times Staff Writer
Stephen Seemayer had the first Pong video game system on his block. A decade later, the Echo Park artist was the first in his neighborhood to get a personal computer. And in 1996, he was so inspired by the World Wide Web that he created a series of small paintings for viewing over the Internet. Now the 50-year-old Seemayer is once again on the cutting edge: Sick of spam clogging his in-box and spyware and viruses crashing his system, Seemayer yanked out his high-speed connection.
BUSINESS
May 10, 1988 | From Reuters
Mohasco Corp., a carpet and furniture maker, agreed on Monday to be taken over by MHS Holding Corp., an investment group, for about $489 million in cash and debt securities. Fairfax, Va.-based Mohasco had been up for sale since February, when Nortek Inc. announced it owned 7% of the company's 13.39 million shares and was considering an all-cash takeover offer. Analysts said Monday's offer of $36.50 a share from the newly formed MHS Holding Corp.
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