The Final Four: Old News For the Bruins But Not For the Tigers
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March Madness has been extended to April, and UCLA’s off to the Final Four this weekend in San Antonio, Texas. The Bruins have been there so many times, that a loss would be disappointing, but hardly a tragedy for Bruin fans. On Reporter’s Notebook, is the FAA too cozy with Southwest and other airlines it’s supposed to regulate?
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Ron Kaye Out as L.A. Daily News Editor ()Since Sam Zell took over, the LA Times has been dessimated by cutbacks. Last month Dean Singleton’s MediaNews Group cut 20% out of the newsroom at the Daily News. Today, a change maybe even bigger than that - it appears that Ron Kaye, long time Managing Editor now Editor is out.
- Bill Boyarsky: Vice President of the LA City Ethics Commission
UCLA vs. Memphis at the Final Four: A Rematch 35 Years in the Making ()The UCLA basketball team is back in the Final Four for the third time in the past 3 years. They’ll play Memphis which has only been in the Final Four 3 times in its history. And, who did Memphis lose to last time around? You guessed it, UCLA.
Two FAA Whistleblowers Accuse Their Agency of Being Too Cozy with Southwest Airlines ()More bad news for Southwest Airlines today- ATA which has a codeshare agreement with Southwest, went out of business, stranding hundreds of customers at LAX. They were told to contact Southwest. Meantime in Washington, a whistle-blower who says the FAA is too cozy with Southwest testified before Congress.
- Mik Boyd: President, Boyd Group
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