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June 6, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co. said it named John Feenie as executive vice president for China affairs, as the second-biggest entertainment company prepares to expand in one of the world's largest markets. Feenie, 49, has been president of Walt Disney Consumer Products Asia/Pacific since 1994. It's the first time Disney has appointed an executive to deal directly with China, and it comes after a controversy earlier this year over its film "Kundun."
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June 6, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Walt Disney Co. said it named John Feenie as executive vice president for China affairs, as the second-biggest entertainment company prepares to expand in one of the world's largest markets. Feenie, 49, has been president of Walt Disney Consumer Products Asia/Pacific since 1994. It's the first time Disney has appointed an executive to deal directly with China, and it comes after a controversy earlier this year over its film "Kundun."
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March 31, 2000
* Greg Montgomery, a former BAX Global president, has joined Union-Transport as president of North America. Rancho Dominguez-based Union-Transport is one of the world's leading supply-chain services providers, air and ocean freight forwarders and customs brokers. * PlanetLingo Inc., a Los Angeles-based Internet provider of spoken-language services, has appointed John Feenie, a former Walt Disney Co. executive vice president in charge of China affairs, as its president and chief executive.
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December 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Smart & Final Inc. announced the appointment of James Griffin to the newly created position of chief operating officer of its American Foodservice Distributors subsidiary and his promotion to executive vice president from senior vice president of Smart & Final. In his new role, Griffin, 54, will oversee two broad-line food service distribution companies.
BUSINESS
December 16, 1994
Jeff Sagansky, who is taking a bigger role at Sony Pictures, told associates Thursday that despite rumors of possible turnover, he wants to maintain stability at the studio. The Sony of America senior executive also played down reports that his hiring is a significant step for the troubled company, saying his role is more macro than micro. Sony of America President Michael P.
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February 28, 1994 | From Reuters
When a Chinese American promoter offered 10 minutes of unfettered and virtually free air time aimed at a television audience of up to a quarter of a billion Chinese, executives of Philip Morris Cos. leaped into action. "We saw this as a chance for very broad exposure to our products," said Donald Harris, a vice president who oversees the conglomerate's cigarette, beer and food promotions in Asia.
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