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Victor Industries, Inc.
CEO and President of New Wave Media Corporation and Representative of The Lawn and Garden Performance Group, LLC Featured on HotStockChat.com
GREAT FALLS, Mont., June 12, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Victor Industries, Incorporated (OTCBB:VICI) announced today that Josh Gager, President and CEO of New Wave Media, Inc. and Rick Pontz of The Lawn and Garden Performance Group, LLC were recently interviewed by Tom Allinder of HotStockChat.com. During the interview Josh Gager discussed New Wave Media's merger with Victor Industries, Inc., the Company name change to New Wave Media, Inc. and subsequent Ticker symbol change. Also discussed was New Wave Media's business strategy, cash flow, profits and general business plan of operations. Rick Pontz answers a variety of questions about the INVIROLIZER Product and The Lawn and Garden Performance Group successful start regarding the marketing of the Product. The interview can be accessed at http://www.hotstockchat.com and at http://www.tradersnation.com/radio.shtml.
Sectra's Annual Report on the Internet
LINKOPING, Sweden, June 12, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sectra's Annual Report for the fiscal year 2002/2003 will, from today June 12, 2003, be available at Sectra's website, www.sectra.com
Astex Discovers Novel Form of a Key Protein Implicated in Diabetes and Obesity
CAMBRIDGE, U.K., June 12, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Astex Technology, the fragment-based drug discovery company, today announced that its scientists have made a major discovery relating to a key protein implicated in diabetes and obesity. The work describes a novel form of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B (PTP1B) and is reported in the latest edition of the leading science journal Nature (1). Astex scientists used the Company's proprietary structural biology technologies to determine the three-dimensional shape of a novel form of PTP1B that may have major implications for its biological function and role in disease.
EQT Divests TAC to Schneider Electric
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 12, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- EQT has signed an agreement with Schneider Electric to divest TAC. Schneider Electric will pay approximately four billion SEK for TAC on a cash and debt free basis. Completion of the transaction is subject to approval from the relevant competition authorities.