Martin Cooper

Founder of Cooper Beavers Communications

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Former Chairman of the Board of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association; Founder of Cooper Beavers Communications, a marketing company in Encino, California

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LA City Council President Eric Garcetti has written  a letter  to past patrons of the  Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel , saying that a protracted labor dispute has involved "a mass…

Garcetti Warns Travelers, Conventioneers away from LAX Hilton

LA City Council President Eric Garcetti has written a letter to past patrons of the Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel , saying that a protracted labor dispute has involved "a mass…

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