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– BASEBALL

Experts say a new L.A. Dodgers owner could score a hit for the team’s bottom line by adding luxury boxes and boosting cable TV contracts.

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– PAY HIKE

After months of wrangling, the City of L.A. personnel and budget committees voted last week to prepare a scaled-back version of the proposed living wage ordinance.

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– HURDLES

Developers and L.A. city officials may be close to an agreement on a new sports arena for downtown L.A., but a few remaining issues still have to be resolved.

entertainment/media

– BOOMTOWN

A flood of glitzy new entertainment attractions in Las Vegas is providing a bumper crop of work for themed entertainment designers in Los Angeles.

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– ACCREDITATION

P.R. execs might feel more professional with a Public Relations Society of America certificate in their cap, but how much does the certification really matter in this day and age?

international trade

1

– UNREST

All’s not quiet on the waterfront in L.A. and Long Beach, as a recent series of labor disputes wreaks havoc on cargo movement at the two ports.

banking & finance

9

– PROTEST

The Greenlining Institute is putting a cramp in Glendale Federal Bank’s latest acquisition plans, in a bid to highlight Glenfed’s weak performance in lending to minorities.

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– CAPITAL

Investment banker James Sington recently orchestrated a pair of underwritings for United States Filter Corp. with a combined value of $814 million.

real estate

12

– DISTRESS

Zufu Properties Co. is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to shield two of its Koreatown office properties from foreclosure.

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– LEASE

The law firm of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton renewed its commitment to the downtown L.A. office market by signing a new 10-year lease at 333 S. Hope St.

health care

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– HMOs

Five of L.A.’s largest managed care companies are threatening to move outside the city if its gross receipts tax is not revised to exclude them from what they say is double taxation.

supplement

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– Independent Colleges of Southern California

departments

Advertising/P.R. 33

Between the Lines 3

Calendar 44

Classified 45-48

Computers 37

Econowatch 18

Editorials/Commentary 50-51

Fast Track 10

Health Care 20

LABJ 50 17

The Lists 34, 36, 38

Newsmakers 16

Personal Finance 18

Profile 15

Real Estate 40

Small Business 19

Wall Street West 17

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