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Gannett has completed the split of its print and broadcasting divisions into separate companies.

The broadcasting and digital arm, called Tegna Inc., will run the company’s television stations and websites, such as CareerBuilder. The publishing arm will keep the Gannett name and include USA Today.


Hawaiian Host has hired Pearla Maung as its new executive administrative assistant. She will provide administrative support to the president as well as the executive management team. Prior to joining the company, Maung was a paralegal for Roeca, Luria, Hira­oka.

The Girl Scouts of Hawaii has named Emmaly Cali­braro as its new director of development. She will implement and develop the fundraising strategies of the organization as well as coordinate and manage fundraising campaigns. Cali­braro has 13 years in the hospitality industry and was previously director of sales for Hertz Corp. and director of sales development, Asia and Pacific, for Dollar Thrifty Automotive Corp.

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Hawaii installed Darren Nishi­oka as its president during its 65th annual ceremony, held June 17. Nishi­oka is vice president of lending at Hawaii Federal Credit Union and has worked in the finance industry for 21 years. Other new officers of JCCIH include Russell Ari­kawa, first vice president; Audrey Taka­mine, second vice president; Stephen Ueda, third vice president; Joseph Skruch, treasurer; Ivan Nakano, auditor; and Naomi Menor, Japa­nese secretary.

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