July 28, 1996 |
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA said it has awarded the bulk of its advertising account to Marshall Design Associates in Newport Beach after a three-month search that reviewed 11 agencies. Diana Marshall, owner and president of Marshall Design, said she plans to add two or three employees to her staff of nine to handle the $11-million annual account.
June 20, 1999
Talk about streetwear. Tommy Hilfiger, the fashion designer best known for his eponymous red, white and blue logo, is lending his name and signature to four limited-edition Yamaha motorcycles in honor of Father's Day. "Motorcycles are more popular than ever before, and sport motorcycles are attracting an increasing number of young male riders who are big fans of Tommy Hilfiger clothing," said Bob Starr, Yamaha Motor Corp.'s national communications manager.
September 2, 1988 |
Yamaha Corp. of America, in the midst of a booming market for its musical instruments, said Thursday that it has reorganized the management team at its Buena Park headquarters and appointed a new president. What was formerly the corporation's largest subsidiary, Yamaha Music Corp. USA, representing 70% of its sales, was merged into the Yamaha Corp. of America effective immediately in an effort to cut administrative duplication and increase cost efficiency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 1992 |
Following is a list of the six most severe air pollution penalties assessed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District in November, the most recent period for which information is available.. Company: Yamaha Motor Corp., 6555 Katella Ave., Cypress Penalty: $50,000 Violation: Failure to file a trip reduction plan (motorcycle distributor). Company: Prototype Concepts Inc.
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March 27, 1992 |
At the request of Yamaha Motor Corp., the city is considering installing a footbridge over Stanton Flood Control Channel so employees can leave cars at home and walk or bicycle to work. The bridge would connect the Cypress Business Park with neighborhoods just south of the complex. Many of the city's major employers operate in the park, including Yamaha Motors, Minolta, Mitsubishi and Fuji.
May 11, 1999 |
Yamaha Marine Group, the Cypress-based outboard motor marketing unit of Japan's Yamaha Motor Corp., has signed the biggest supply deal in its 16 years in the U.S. The pact with Genmar Holdings Inc. of Minneapolis calls for Yamaha Marine to build and supply a range of outboard motors to eight powerboat companies owned by Genmar.
July 15, 1986 |
Yamaha Motor Corp. USA has filed an antitrust suit against Bass Tracker Inc. of Springfield, Mo., claiming that the boat maker's plan to sell its vessels only through Mercury and Mariner outboard motor dealers will cut into Yamaha's outboard motor sales.
December 30, 1987 |
The Consumer Product Safety Commission voted Tuesday to confirm an agreement negotiated by the Justice Department to ban the sale of three-wheeled all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and take other steps designed to reduce deaths and injuries associated with the product. The preliminary decree requires the industry to provide safety courses and warning labels but does not mandate the customer refunds sought by some congressmen and consumer advocates.
October 4, 1987 |
Contrary to popular belief, cash-laden Japanese investing in U. S. real estate are not putting all their yen in downtown Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and the like. They're spending in suburbia, too. Small (6.2 square miles) Cypress in northwest Orange County is a prime example. Yamaha Motor Corp., Mitsubishi Electric Sales, Sony, Panasonic Technics Corp. and Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America have built major installations in the 500-acre Cypress Business Park since 1980. More are coming.
March 21, 1992 |
Two partners and four associates at the Thelen, Marrin, Johnson & Bridges law firm in Irvine have quit to join a rival county firm. The six lawyers, who specialize in environmental and construction litigation, have joined the Newport Beach office of Crowell & Moring, a firm based in Washington. Randall L.