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Paul M. Hazen

Director, Alias Productions
AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 8 Board Members in 8 organization across 17 different industries.

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Mr. Paul M. Hazen has been Vice President of Marketing at KSL Recreation Corp. since September 19, 2001. Mr. Hazen serves as Chairman and Special Advisor of Accel-KKR LLC. He also serves as President of Intermountain Center for Human Development. Mr. Hazen served as President at WFC Holdings Corporation and served as its Chief Executive Officer. He served as a Senior Advisor at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. He joined Wells Fargo in 1970 and served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from January 1995 to November 1998. He served as the President and the Chief Operating Officer of Wells Fargo & Company and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. from 1984 to January 1995. He serves as the Chairman of Accel-KKR Telecom. He serves as a Member of the Board of Strategic Advisors of KSL Advsiors, LLC. Mr. Hazen serves as a Member of the Board of Directors at Penske Media Corporation and also served as its Member of Advisory Board. Mr. Hazen has been a Director of Willis Canada, Inc. since February 8, 2001, KSL Recreation Group, Inc. since September 19, 2001, Blackhawk Network Holdings, Inc. since August 2007, Alias Research Inc. since January 5, 2005 and Airtouch Communications Inc. since April 1993. He serves as a Director of Alias Productions. He served as a Director of Safeway Inc from July 18, 1990 to May 5, 2012. Mr. Hazen served as the Chairman of Wells Fargo & Company from June 1999 to April 2001 and the Vice Chairman from 1981 to 1984. He served as the Chairman of the Board of KKR Financial Holdings LLC since July 2004. He served as Deputy Chairman of the Board and lead Independent Director of Vodafone Group Public Limited Company from May 2000 to January 25, 2006. He served as a Director of Prosper Marketplace, Inc. since June 2006. Mr. Hazen served as a Lead Independent Director of Safeway Inc. since May 2004. He served as the Chairman of WFC Holdings Corporation. He served as a Director of Freeport-McMoRan Corporation. He served as a Director of Voda fone Americas, Inc., since April 1993 and Alias Systems Corp. since January 5, 2005. He served as a Non-Executive Independent Director of Xstrata PLC, from February 2002 to May 2009 and Xstrata AG since May 2000. He served as a Director of E.piphany, Inc. from June 1999 to January 1, 2005. He served as a Director of Willis Group Holdings Public Limited Company from February 8, 2001 to October 25, 2006. Mr. Hazen holds a M.B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and a B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Arizona.

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Paul Hazen44 RelationshipsChairman of the BoardAlias Productions76
Henry Kravis346RelationshipsMember of the Board of DirectorsKKR Management LLC74
George Roberts J.D.137RelationshipsMember of the Board of DirectorsKKR & Co. Inc.75


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The Judi Bari Bombing Verdict Details



Verdict Details (posted 6/19/02)
4TH AMENDMENT CLAIMS
Found to have violated Judi Bari's rights in connection with her arrest
Frank Doyle (FBI), John Reikes (FBI), and Clyde M. Sims (OPD)
Could a reasonable officer have believed that his conduct was lawful?
Doyle No; Reikes Yes; Sims NO (If yes they are immune from suit)
What amount do you award Bari to compensate for injury, loss or harm $235,000
Percentage of above damages
Doyle 10% Sims 90%
Found to have violated Judi Bari's rights in connection with May 25, 1990 search
DoyleReikesSims, Robert Chenault (OPD), Michael Sitterud (OPD)
Could a reasonable officer have believed that his conduct was lawful?
Doyle No; Reikes YesSims Yes; Chenault No; Sitterud Yes
Damages $190,000
Percentages Doyle 70% Chenault 30%
Found to have violated Darryl Cherney's rights in connection with his arrest
All UndecidedCould a reasonable officer have believed that his conduct was lawful?
Chenault Yes; All others Undecided
Found to have violated Darryl Cherney's rights in connection with May 25, 1990 search
Doyle, Reikes, Sims, ChenaultCould a reasonable officer have believed that his conduct was lawful?
Doyle No; Reikes YesSims Yes; Chenault No
Damages $50,000
Percentage
Doyle 70%; Chenault 30%
FIRST AMENDMENT CLAIMS
Found to have violated Judi Bari's first amendment rights
Doyle, Reikes, Philip Sena (FBI), Sims
Damages $1,175,000
Percentages Doyle 22.5%; Reikes 22.5%; Sena 5%; Sims 50%
Found to have violated Darryl Cherney's first amendment rights
Doyle, Reikes, Sena, Sims, Sitterud
Damages $800,000
Percentages Doyle 17.5%; Reikes 17.5%; Sena 5%; Sims 50%; Sitterud 10%
CONSPIRACY CLAIMS
For conspiracy to violate Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney's First Amendment rights
All not liable
PUNITIVE DAMAGES
Fourth Amendment Claims (Judi Bari)
Doyle (FBI) $300,000
Fourth Amendment Claims (Darryl Cherney)
Doyle (FBI) $100,000
First Amendment Claims (Judi Bari) $1,000,000
Reikes (FBI) $600,000; Sims (OPD) $400,000
First Amendment Claims (Darryl Cherney)  $550,000
Reikes (FBI) $300,000; Sims (OPD) $250,000
Summary of Damage Awards  (Posted in response to media inquiries, revised 6/19/02)
Total damages $4,400,000
1st Amendment $3,525,000 (80.1%), 4th Amendment $875,000 (19.9%)
FBI defendants $2,399,000 (54.5%), OPD defendants $2,001,000 (45.5%)
Compensatory $2,450,000 (55.7%), Punitive $1,950,000 (44.3%)
Judi Bari $2,900,000 (65.9%), Darryl Cherney $1,500,000 (34.1%)
Punitive damages $1,950,000
FBI defendants $1,300,000 (66.7%), Oakland defendants $650,000 (33.3%)
Click here for a spreadsheet table of the damages giving more detail and summing up damages by plaintiff, defendant, violation, agency, and punitive vs. compensatory




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Tables of Damages Awarded in Bari vs. FBI on June 11,
2002 
(Posted in response to media inquiries)


Damages by Plaintiff and Claim
Plaintiff / Claim Judi Bari Darryl Cherney
Totals

Compensatory Damages
False Arrest (4th Amendment) $235,000 N/A 235,000
Unlawful Search (4th Amendment) 190,000 50,000 240,000
Free Speech Violation (1st Amendment) 1,175,000 800,000 1,975,000
Compensatory damages subtotal 1,600,000 850,000 2,450,000
Punitive Damages
4th Amendment Violations 300,000 100,000 400,000
1st Amendment Violations 1,000,000 550,000 1,550,000
Punitive damages subtotal 1,300,000 650,000 1,950,000
Totals 2,900,000 1,500,000 $4,400,000

Total 1st Amendment damages $3,525,000
or 80% of total damages




Damages by Defendant and Organization
Damages

/Defendant
Reikes

FBI
Doyle

FBI
Sena

FBI
Sims

OPD
Chenault

OPD
Sitterud

OPD
Total
Compensatory $404,375 595,000 98,750 1,199,000 72,000 80,000 2,450,000
Punitive 900,000 400,000 0 650,000 0 0 1,950,000
Total 1,304,375 995,875 98,750 1,849,000 72,000 80,000 $4,400,000
FBI defendants
total   $2,399,000
OPD defendants
total   $2,001,000


 



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OCTOBER 12, 2005
Accenture and DemandTec Help B&Q Manage Pricing, Merchandising and Assortment Across UK Stores

CHICAGO, Oct. 12, 2005 – Accenture (NYSE: ACN), a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, and DemandTec, a leading provider of Consumer-Centric Merchandising Software, announced today the successful completion of a price optimization program for B&Q’s 320 stores in the United Kingdom
Accenture and DemandTec teamed to help B&Q with a comprehensive strategy to improve its pricing, merchandising and assortment decisions using DemandTec’s software, including the DemandTec Price™ application. Founded in 1969, B&Q is the number one home improvement and garden retailer in Europe and the third largest in the world.
“In order for B&Q to thrive, we must not only have a thorough understanding of customer needs but also the merchandising factors that impact demand,” said Howard Langer, Commercial Pricing Manager, B&Q. “By implementing DemandTec’s Consumer-Centric Merchandising Software we look forward to being more precise and effective in the items we put on the shelf and how we serve our customers.”
DemandTec Price™ is part of an integrated application suite which optimizes complete lifecycle pricing and includes DemandTec Promotion™ and DemandTec Markdown™. These applications enable retailers to strategically plan and execute optimal pricing strategies throughout the product lifecycle - new items, everyday priced items, promoted items, and markdowns - based on a complete understanding of consumer demand.
“Understanding customer buying behavior and the levers that drive profitable sales growth are critical to a retailer’s success, particularly given the intense focus on value in today’s retail sector,” said Richard Wildman, partner, Accenture Retail and Consumer Goods & Services practice. “B&Q will now be able to make more fact-based decisions about pricing, assortment and merchandising and, therefore, bring improved benefits to the company, its customers and its shareholders.”
“The retail environment in the UK is highly competitive,” said Dan Fishback, CEO of DemandTec. Retailers of all sizes can benefit from software that help analyze and evaluate pricing and merchandising. Now that DemandTec and Accenture have helped B&Q successfully implement this software, the company should be able to better achieve its revenue, volume, and profitability objectives while continually improving service to its customers throughout the U.K.”
About Accenture 
Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company. Committed to delivering innovation, Accenture collaborates with its clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. With deep industry and business process expertise, broad global resources and a proven track record, Accenture can mobilize the right people, skills and technologies to help clients improve their performance. With more than 123,000 people in 48 countries, the company generated net revenues of US$15.55 billion for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2005. For more information, visit www.accenture.com.
About DemandTec 
DemandTec’s Consumer-Centric Merchandising software helps retailers and consumer products manufacturers strategically plan, optimize, and execute consumer-centric merchandising and marketing programs based on a quantified understanding of consumer demand. Retailers have ranked DemandTec #1 in Strategic Value, Customer Satisfaction, and Quality of Service among the top 50 retail software vendors in the 2004 RIS Leaderboard survey. DemandTec customers include B&Q, Best Buy, Brookshire Grocery Company, Duane Reade, Giant Eagle, H-E-B Grocery Co., Longs Drugs, Monoprix, Piggly Wiggly Carolina Company, RadioShack, and Safeway. For more information, please visit http://www.demandtec.com.
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Date: October 2016



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Location: New Orleans

Residence: Walnut Creek / Danville

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CONCORD — A settlement has been reached in the lawsuit over the 2013 death of Charles Burns, shot and killed by two Concord officers after they showed up at his Antioch house to arrest him.
Details of the agreement have not been made public, but they are expected to be released if the Concord City Council approves the settlement during a closed session hearing on Feb. 27. Both sides of the suit have said they anticipate the council’s approval.

Sketches from the autopsy of Charles Burns, 21, which show the path of thebullet that entered through the top of Burns' skull and lacerated his cerebellum and brainstem.
Sketches from the autopsy of Charles Burns, 21, which show the path of the<br />bullet that entered through the top of Burns’ skull and lacerated his<br />cerebellum and brainstem. 

There are questions about what happened the day Burns was killed. The city of Concord’s official account — partially based on the testimony of a disgraced ex-K9 officer — is that Burns somehow lifted his head from the ground after suffering a gunshot wound to the top of his skull that experts say would have killed him almost instantly.
Attorneys for Burns’ family — who filed the suit in 2014 — say that the 21-year-old was shot several times as he stood with his hands raised, then fell to the ground, was mauled by a police dog, then shot in the head a final time as he lay motionless on the pavement. Both Concord officers who shot Burns testified he was running with at least one arm at his waistband when they opened fire.
In November, a judge threw out legal claims against the city of Concord, its police chief, and other defendants, but allowed the suit to proceed against six Concord officers, including Detectives Chris Loercher and Francisco Ramirez, the officers who shot Burns, and former K9 Officer Matthew Switzer, who released his dog onto Burns during the incident.
Attorneys for both sides, as well as city officials, declined to comment on the pending settlement.
Burns was shot on May 10, 2013, by officers in a Contra Costa drug task force coming to arrest him and others on suspicion of trafficking meth, following a lengthy investigation. Burns’ family has denied he was selling drugs.
Police attempted to pull over a truck containing the driver, Bobby Lawrence, and Burns, a passenger, on the 2700 block of Barcelona Circle in Antioch. The car pulled away a short distance, collided with a police car, and then Burns jumped out and tried to run away.
At that point, Loercher began firing his gun, and Ramirez, hearing the shots, fired twice at Burns. They testified that they believed he was reaching for a gun as he ran, but it was later determined Burns was unarmed. Attorneys for the city of Concord say all 11 shots were fired in a single volley.
Burns’ attorneys, though, say they have confidential witnesses — described only as neighbors in the area of the shooting — who dispute the city’s account and say there was a pause between gunshots.
The day Burns was shot, one woman who spoke to an ABC 7 reporter described the shooting as “boom, boom, boom, nonstop.” Another area resident told a KRON 4 reporter that he heard, “pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, then a delay, then a pop again.”
Burns was struck 10 times, including wounds to his chest and back, and one shot that entered through the top of his skull and traveled down towards his neck, cutting his brain stem and cerebellum, according to the coroner’s report. It is a wound medical experts say would have made voluntary movement impossible almost instantly.
Switzer testified in a pretrial hearing that he heard only a single volley of shots, and that he parked his car, exited, cleared with his sergeant that a K9 was needed, and ran to the scene. He said that he saw Burns lift his head off the ground, so he released his dog, who bit Burns for 10-15 seconds.
But Switzer, an officer who joined the force in 2001, has potential credibility issues. He lost his job the year following the Burns shooting, after it came to light he had been using his status as an officer to gain entry to peoples’ homes and steal prescription drugs from them. He was charged with five criminal counts, including burglary, and took a plea deal in May 2014 that required he serve six months in jail.
Last year, the city of Concord paid $150,000 to settle a suit by a man who claimed Switzer had used his dog to “maul” him. The settlement did not require the city of admit liability.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Lauren Beeler reviewed the claims against Switzer. In allowing the suit against him to proceed, she noted there was evidence that Burns could have moved in a way to suggest he was reaching for a weapon when Switzer saw him, but there was also evidence indicating Burns posed “little if any threat” to officers when the K9 bit him.
“A jury could reasonably find that when Officer Switzer deployed his dog, Mr. Burns had already been shot multiple times, was incapacitated and dying on the street, and no longer posed a threat…(and) the police nonetheless deployed a dog on him that attacked him for 10 to 15 seconds,” Beeler wrote. “Drawing all factual inferences in Mr. Burns’s favor, the court cannot say as a matter of law that Officer Switzer’s deployment of his dog and the force the dog applied to Mr. Burns was reasonable.”
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