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August 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Diet Firm Settles SEC Charges: The Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil charges in New York accusing Los Angeles-based Interactive Medical Technologies and its president, Beverly Hills physician William E. Shell, of violating securities laws. The SEC said the diet company failed to disclose judgments against it to investors and in 1989 urged investors to convert warrants into common stock of the company, even though the securities weren't registered.
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BUSINESS
August 27, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Diet Firm Settles SEC Charges: The Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil charges in New York accusing Los Angeles-based Interactive Medical Technologies and its president, Beverly Hills physician William E. Shell, of violating securities laws. The SEC said the diet company failed to disclose judgments against it to investors and in 1989 urged investors to convert warrants into common stock of the company, even though the securities weren't registered.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1994
In regard to "Nuclear Waste Dump Shuts Doors to All but 8 States" (June 4), South Carolina's decision to limit access to their nuclear waste facility is great! This decision will force California to open the Ward Valley site. The environmentalists' concern about contaminating the ground water in the area is a non-problem. Unprocessed nuclear waste (or chemical waste) can be rendered harmless for storage at Ward Valley (or the ocean) by the process of solidification in plaster of Paris, and stored in concrete pipe, sealed at both ends with concrete.
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