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- abbr. Korean Broadcasting System
- abbr. Kyoto Broadcasting System
- abbr. Kellogg Biological Station
- abbr. Knowledge-based systems
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KBS, which is based in Newport Beach, Calif., was represented by
During his stay in Seoul, Miller visited with the execs at KBS, which is suffering from some cutbacks to their children programming.
Female sportscasters at local cable TV sports channels such as KBS N Sports, a subsidiary of state-run KBS, are very popular among baseball fans not only because of their professionalism, but also due to the feminine qualities they bring to the job.
“They wanted to tidy up everything as early as they could,” said Holloway, who is the latest in a number of former Slipstream riders moving to KBS this offseason.
KBS didn't fare as well: It was repaid about $7 million for its $15 mezzanine position.
An unidentified hedge fund also held about $43 million in mezzanine debt, while KBS REIT held $15 million in mezzanine debt.
If North Korea is going to reform and open up, its political system should also be ready for reform and openness, but I think it appears that they are not prepared yet, Kim Sung Hwan told KBS Television .
KBS Realty Advisors Cos., a real-estate investment company that has been making some aggressive office-building acquisitions, is close to yet another bet.
An untraded real-estate investment trust managed by Newport Beach, Calif., - based KBS has agreed to pay about $115 million in cash for the National City Tower in Louisville, Ky., according to a person familiar with the deal.
Over the summer, KBS REIT II acquired a trophy office building at 300 North LaSalle in Chicago for about $655 million, or about $500 a square foot, the most ever paid for a Chicago office building on a square-foot basis, according to Real Capital.
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