LOS ANGELES — In a turn of events, junior managerial assistant Matthew Stevenson began to feel a kinship with the new name his boss had given him. “The first time he did it, I tried to tell him my name wasn’t Mark but he just chuckled and said I looked like one,” Stevenson explained as he examined his facial features in a mirror. “I guess my boss just knows me better than my mom did when she named me. After a few months, ‘Mark’ began to feel more real because it better describes me and my position in the company” said Stevenson. At press time, Stevenson was on the phone with the city clerk requesting legal documents for a name change.