Archive for December 31st, 2007

  • Commerce Briefs

    Commerce Briefs

    Asian Business Association Elects Leaders The Asian Business Association of Los Angeles selected its new leadership for 2008.

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  • It’s So Easy to Say Good-bye

    It’s So Easy to Say Good-bye

    Dear Q: A co-worker is about to leave our company in a few weeks for another job, but in the meantime, he’s been complaining incessantly to me about how unchallenging it is to work here, how lazy everyone is, and how much he’s looking forward […]

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  • APA Person of the Year: Michael Yaki

    APA Person of the Year: Michael Yaki

    Looking back on 2007, several Asian Pacific Americans have broken new ground and made significant gains for themselves and the APA community. Certainly, the Indian American and newly-elected Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal, fits that description.

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  • Employment Forecast

    Employment Forecast

    CHU SLOWLY: We end the year with San Francisco’s only Asian Pacific American supervisor, albeit interim, gradually bolstering her legislative resume and visibility. The longer Carmen Chu stays, the better shot she has to go from interim to permanent supe by winning a yet-to-be-scheduled retention […]

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  • Cisco CEO Connects Asian American Multi-Tech Group

    Cisco CEO Connects Asian American Multi-Tech Group

    Santa Clara, Calif. – “The emerging markets are leading the future,” Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers told the audience at the annual Asian American Multi-Technology Association conference on December 12.

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