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Gov. Cuomo, comptroller DiNapoli Drawn into Fraud Case by AmazonWatch Lobbyist Karen Hilton In Possible Illegal Activity in Chevron Ecuador Case, New York Times Reports Today

October 11, 2011

Mr. Cuomo indicated that he decided to get involved because Chevron might have violated state law in its handling of the litigation. But now, newly disclosed documents point to another factor. “Andrew has no interest in doing this,” a lobbyist for the plaintiffs, Ecuadorean villagers who live in the polluted area, wrote in an e-mail in 2009. “He is doing this for me. Because I asked.”

Hoover Pavilion Renovation Starts Part of $5 billion Stanford Hospital expansion project

October 7, 2011

Construction has begun on a project to transform the 80-year-old Hoover Pavilion, the original Palo Alto Hospital, into a modern medical facility.

Singer Associates Public Relations Assists Sutter Health in Nurses Union Strike

October 6, 2011

Healthy paychecks for Sutter Health nurses Phillip Matier, Andrew Ross, Chronicle Columnist When it comes to paychecks, there are some pretty hefty ones on both sides of the fight between health care giant Sutter Health and its hospital nurses. According to Sutter pay records, 20 nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Centers in Oakland and ... Read More >

Singer Associates Presents at Litigation Communications and Public Relations Seminar

October 5, 2011

Singer chosen to sit on panel of crisis management experts, trial lawyers, and in-house counsel for a frank discussion of the best and worst strategies companies are employing to manage their brands while engaged in high-stakes courtroom battles.

Napa County Uses Singer Associates Public Relations to Help Communicate Ambulance Selection

October 5, 2011

Singer Associates, a San Francisco-based public relations agency, that was hired to assist the county with public relations and communications following the announcement this summer that American Medical Response was tentatively receiving the county’s recommendation.

Singer Associates Public Relations of San Francisco Named Public Affairs Agency of the Year by Bulldog Reporter

October 3, 2011

Singer Associates Public Relations is pleased to announce that it is the winner of the 2011 Public Affairs Agency of the Year from the Bulldog Reporter, a leading industry trade publication.

Lincoln Elementary surprised by Chevron

October 3, 2011

A first grade class at Lincoln Elementary received new supplies Thursday morning thanks to Chevron and an online education charity.

Chevron helps get supplies to East Bay schools

September 30, 2011

With California strapped for cash, public schools are struggling with gutted budgets. Where the state can't help, one major corporation is stepping-up. "Everyone can participate by going to a local Chevron or Texaco station and for every eight gallons or more that they fill up we will donate $1 to a local school," Chevron spokesperson Andrea Bailey said.

Singer Associates San Francisco Public Relations and Crisis Communications Interviewed on Bay Area Rapid Transit District Issue

September 29, 2011

Despite the negative attention directed at him, public relations executive Sam Singer said he believes Johnson could still return as the face of the agency. “He made some mistakes, but there has been no fatal flaw,” said Singer, president of Singer Associates. “And I think there are plenty of people in the Bay Area sympathetic to what he’s been through.”

Recology’s revamped waste facility in San Carlos reeks of efficiency

September 28, 2011

"San Carlos is known as 'the city of good living,'" San Carlos Mayor Andy Klein said Tuesday. "Now it's also the 'city of good trash.'"

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