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Southern Kern Unified School District: Running for three seats are incumbents Roger King, Paul Rodriguez and Dennis Youngblood; and businessman Timothy Schank, a former board member.
7th Council District: Arleta businessman David Lichtman, community activist Marcos Castaneda, retired union representative Robert Winn.
Councilwoman Laura Chick, businessman Mort Diamond of Canoga Park, and administrator Peter Ireland of Van Nuys.
In October, renowned Muslim Brotherhood businessman Hassan Malek was arrested on charges of withholding foreign currency, in order to smuggle it out of the country, in an attempt to "escalate the ongoing dollar crisis".
The Limassol district court heard that the businessman had borrowed about e1/46,000 from the 33-year-old suspect to help a drug addict who was in debt.
Businessman Raikan Alkanov was delivered with knife wounds to Talas region hospital in the morning of October 26.
The 53-year-old businessman arrived from Shenzhen and was on his way to take a Hainan-bound flight to return to the mainland.
Also, businessman Khalid Al-Amin from Ali Rashid Al-Amin Company said his company expects to sign five deals on the side-lines of the visit of His Majesty the King to India, pertaining to foodstuffs, gas, chemicals and oil-related products.
The first motion, focusing on Erdoy-an and businessman Latif TopbaE-, defined the businessman as the "leader of a criminal group.
Dubai: A businessman found himself obliged by the power of law to pay Dh10,000 in alimony for his divorcee to raise their two children, after a court discovered that he is a millionaire.
Now, more and more people are coming out with claims of losing money," a businessman told Times of Oman, adding: "A company which provided two generators to the fraudsters has lost at least OMR46,700.
The businessman met with two people, one of whom he later identified as Mr.
LAHORE -- The Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry Wednesday condemned in severest possible words arrest of renowned businessman Sheikh Muhammad Hanif who was handcuffed by a dengue squad.
Summary: DUBAI - Two former staff at the Building Inspection Division of the Dubai Municipality (DM) were sentenced to three years in prison on Monday by the Court of First Instance for soliciting a bribe of Dh350,000 from an Indian businessman to return the power connection to 16 villas he was renting.
Craig Levein nervously fiddles with his specs as a mysterious businessman opens a battered briefcase.
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