Articles from June, 2011

SERCO GROUP PLC - Directorate Change

Ralph D. Crosby, Jr.appointed as Non-Executive Director of Serco Group plc 30 June 2011 Serco Group plc (Serco), the leading international service company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ralph D. Crosby, Jr. as a Non-Executive Director with effect from today, 30 June 2011.

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Fuel-System Problems Force Toyota to Issue Another Worldwide Recall: Embattled Carmaker, Still Recov

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Another Huge Consumer-Drug Recall for Johnson & Johnson - and Another Big Blow to Product Giant’s Im

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CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. Receives Financing Offer to Complete the Acquisition of a Strategic A

Byline: Benzinga Staff BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. ("CTXV" or the "Company") (Pink Sheets: CTXV) announced today that it received a financing offer from a private equity firm relating to the company's plan to acquire a controlling interest in a strategic automotive…

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Tennessee: Volkswagen of North America Assembly Complex - Hamilton County.

Nashville: Department of Environment and Conservation, State of Tennessee has issued the following press release: Volkswagen of North America invested $1 billion over the last three years to build a U.S. production facility in Chattanooga - their first in 20 years. The automobile manufacturing facility…

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NxStage enters into lease agreement for corporate headquarters

HIGHLIGHT: NxStage Medical, Inc., a medical device company, has entered into a new 11-year lease agreement with 350 Riverwalk LLC to move its corporate headquarters to the revitalized historic mill complex on the River Walk Campus at 350 Merrimack Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts.

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Local priest: ‘It’s a very difficult and sad time’

Keeping an eye on the Greek crisis Massive demonstrations gripped Athens again Wednesday as protesters endured tear gas outside the Parliament building and railed against the legislature's approval of financial austerity measures to stave off defaulting on national debt.

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Eats beat

_ George Washington - yeah, the man who commanded the Continental Army and served as our first president - also knew his way around a still and a mash tun. He owned one of the largest, most successful commercial distilling operations of his day and brewed his own beer during the Revolutionary War. Salute…

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5 Successful Immigrant Entrepreneurs

NEW YORK () -- From a bakery and restaurant specializing in Caribbean cuisine to corporate training classes, millions of immigrant entrepreneurs are flourishing in the U.S.According to the 2007 U.S. Census Survey of Business Owners, 2.7 million, or 13.6%, of U.S. business owners are foreign-born -- entrepreneurs…

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From New York cafe, Greek-Americans eye crisis

A Queens neighborhood may seem a world away, but residents are closely following the financial crisis and violent protests in Greece. Each morning, Greek-Americans file into the Omonia Cafe, a popular restaurant and bakery in Astoria, to pick up their coffee. Some patrons linger around later and watch…

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Tossed® President Jason Chodash Named to South Florida Business Journal’s 2011 “40 Under 40” List;

Tossed®, home of garden fresh salads, crepe wraps and sandwiches, announced today that Jason Chodash, President of Tossed Franchise Corporation, has been named to the 2011 "40 Under 40" list of South Florida's "Best and Brightest" young professionals. Chodash, along with the program's other honorees,…

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McCourt’s style is no way to run a baseball team

The mess begins in the parking lot, where the guy who made his money in parking lots collects $15 from every car that drives into Dodger Stadium. At least Frank McCourt understands that business, though he doesn't seem to have a clue why not nearly as many cars are driving in these days. Then again,…

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