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StockDiagnostics.com Announces Record High OPS for Bandag
NEW YORK, June 6, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- StockDiagnostics.com announces that Bandag, Inc. (NYSE:BDG) (NYSE:BDGa) sets OPS (Operational-cashflow Per Share) records for its first-quarter and twelve-months ended March 31, 2002. OPS increased 54% for the three months and 44% for 12-months ended March 31, 2002 over the comparable periods ended March 31, 2001.
Wilhelm Sonesson's Revised Schedule for Sale and Listing of Active Capital
LUND, Sweden, June 6, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- On April 24, 2002, the Annual General Meeting of Wilh. Sonesson resolved to focus the operations of the Group on the Consumer Healthcare sector (that is, pharmaceuticals, naturopathic preparations and personal care products) by selling the other operations, which are combined in the company Active Capital, to shareholders.
Scania: Truck of the Year in Russia
SODERTALJE, Sweden, June 6, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Market leader, Scania has been elected Truck of the Year in Russia in the best imported heavy vehicle category. The award was made by a jury of the country's leading trade journalists.
Song Networks Holding
Scandic Hotels Signs Nordic Data-Network Agreement with Song Networks
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 06, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Song Networks AB, the Swedish subsidiary of Song Networks Holding AB (Nasdaq:SONW), (Stockholmsborsen:SONW), has signed an agreement with Scandic Hotels regarding supply of data communications. The value of the agreement is approximately SEK 30 million over 3.5 years. The solution covers 136 of Scandic Hotels' hotels and offices in the Nordic and Baltic countries. The agreement is Song Networks' largest agreement on data communications in Sweden.
Telelogic Signs Corporate Agreement with Japanese Telecom Supplier and Receives Major License Contract
MALMO, Sweden, June 6, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Telelogic (Stockholm Exchange:TLOG), the leading provider of solutions for advanced systems and software development, announced today that it has signed a corporate agreement with a leading Japanese telecom supplier. As part of the agreement, the customer has ordered licenses for the development tool Telelogic Tau amounting to U.S. $700,000. The client will be using Telelogic Tau on a global basis for their next-generation 3G development projects.