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TRAVEL
February 23, 1992
As the public relations council for Stouffer Presidente Hotels and resorts, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the article entitled "Winter in the Valley of Oaxaca--Is It Spring?" by Judith Morgan, Jan. 19. Its vivid descriptions of the hotel and its surroundings drew me in from the first line. However, the author incorrectly named our hotel, calling it "El Presidente." The hotel underwent a name change three years ago when Stouffer Hotels & Resorts acquired the property from the El Presidente hotel chain.
TRAVEL
February 23, 1992
As the public relations council for Stouffer Presidente Hotels and resorts, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the article entitled "Winter in the Valley of Oaxaca--Is It Spring?" by Judith Morgan, Jan. 19. Its vivid descriptions of the hotel and its surroundings drew me in from the first line. However, the author incorrectly named our hotel, calling it "El Presidente." The hotel underwent a name change three years ago when Stouffer Hotels & Resorts acquired the property from the El Presidente hotel chain.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1993
Hyundai Motor America said Wednesday that it is forming a corporate news bureau. The intent, the company said, is to expand its communications capabilities and to coordinate media access to its U.S. operations, which are based in Fountain Valley. The news bureau will be staffed by The Spindler Organization, a Los Angeles-based public relations agency. The bureau will be at Hyundai's corporate headquarters. No other details of the arrangement were disclosed.
BUSINESS
December 11, 1991 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a personnel shuffling apparently prompted by growing competition, AST Research Inc. has restructured its public relations, sales and engineering departments. Michael Moran, vice president of marketing, said Tuesday that the company has dismissed a few employees, reassigned some and hired others. He declined to be specific. Deborah Paquin, an AST spokeswoman, said the company's work force remains steady at 3,139, including 1,537 in Irvine.
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