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Effective October 27, Loida Casares Ruiz will be the new Sales Manager for the La Voz and La Vibra team. She will continue to oversee national sales as well.

Roberto Abramowitz has been named Editor for the newly-launched Boxeo Mundial 

Myrna Blyth has been Appointed Editor-in-Chief of BettyConfidential.com

General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner announced today that Grace

Lieblein, currently global vehicle chief engineer for front wheel drive trucks, has been appointed president and managing director of GM de Mexico (GMM) effective immediately.

Captura Group, a provider of Hispanic in-language and in-culture online solutions, has named Felipe Korzenny, Ph. D., Senior Strategy Consultant to the company. The collaboration between Dr. Korzenny and Captura Group will expand on Captura Group's strategic Hispanic online solutions by providing marketers with actionable insights to inform Hispanic online strategies.

MultiVu, a PR Newswire company, announced today that it has appointed Tracey Page as Divisional Vice President. In her new role, Ms. Page will be responsible for expanding client relationships and increasing sales in the advertising and marketing arena for MultiVu's industry-leading multimedia services.


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