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NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published September 27, 1994
GE'S JACK WELCH is profiled in this week's NEWSWEEK under the headline, "Scratches in the Teflon: GE's Jack Welch is America's Most Venerated Executive. Has He Lost His Midas Touch?" (10/3 issue)....BARRY DILLER confirmed that he'll resign once QVC Inc. is acquired by Comcast Corp. and Liberty Media Corp. (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 9/27)..... NICK FALDO will return to the PGA Tour in 1995. He had voluntarily resigned from the Tour in 1989 (THE DAILY).... ROBERT HOUSTON, the accountant accused of filing false tax and financial statements to help L.A. Kings President BRUCE MCNALL, will plead guilty (Mult., 9/27)....Blackie Sherrod writes that Cowboys owner JERRY JONES' recent push for more merchandising revenue "may have cast him as a lose cannon on the order of Al Davis" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 9/25).