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The key ingredients were local and private stewards. “One of the great things that comes with Patrick’s ownership, with local ownership and a willingness to invest, is that it brings a period of stability,” Pearlstine said in an interview. “I’m lucky as hell to have this opportunity, and I feel confident that this is somewhere I think I can be helpful.… This remains an extraordinary place.” One immediate task will be calming staff members, who since April have been worried about the looming move out of their historic Art Deco building in downtown Los Angeles, where the newspaper has been based since 1935. The new headquarters in El Segundo will worsen the commutes for many, a hardship Soon-Shiong acknowledged. But he said The Times needs a modern home. He is developing a campus on 10 acres near Los Angeles International Airport, which will include an event center with an auditorium, a studio for podcasts and videos, and a museum on the history of The Times. He would like to host events, such as the paper’s annual Food Bowl and Festival of Books, there. Pearlstine is energized by his new task. He has lost 50 pounds in the last year and has taken up boxing. He plans to find an apartment in the greater Los Angeles area, perhaps close to El Segundo. He said his wife, Jane Boon, an industrial engineer, will divide her time between Los Angeles, New York and Vancouver, Canada.
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Interviewers found that 52.4% of adults in their 40s and 50s had recently gone on a diet, compared with 49.7% of adults who were younger and 42.7% of adults who were older. (In every age group, women were more likely to diet than men.) Race and ethnicity mattered less. A total of 49.4% of white men and women reported a weight-loss attempt, as did 48% of black adults and 49.1% of Latino adults. Those differences weren’t large enough to be statistically significant. However, all of those figures were higher than the 41.4% of Asian Americans who said they had dieted in the past 12 months. Not surprisingly, the more extra pounds people had, the more likely they were to make an attempt to lose them. Exactly two-thirds of adults who were obese (defined as having a body mass index of at least 30) said they had gone on a diet in the past year. So did 49% of adults who were merely overweight (with a BMI between 25 and just under 30). Even 26.5% of the American adults who had a normal weight or were underweight (that is, anyone with a BMI under 25) said they had tried to slim down in the previous year.
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