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Singles Seek Rapid Solution for Post-9/11 Loneliness
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Since the 9/11 tragedy, thousands of singles have re-evaluated their single status and searched for new ways to connect, says Renee Piane, author of "Love Mechanics," Dating Guru and columnist for Ask Men.com, and as well as the co-founder of RapidDatingUSA.com. Especially on the East Coast, singles are searching for new ways to find love. Thousands of singles are turning to Rapid Dating events for a fun, quick way to connect with other like-minded people.
Frontec Signs Framework Agreement with Banverket
SOLNA, Sweden, Sept. 12, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Frontec has signed a framework agreement with Banverket, the government authority responsible for rail traffic in Sweden, on business development and process orientation, with a focus on advisory services, training, analysis and project management. The agreement is an element in Banverket's efforts to improve its internal efficiency.
Nefab Aligns Workforce in Sweden
JONKOPING, Sweden, Sept. 12, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Due to the weak trend in the telecom equipment industry, combined with the already completed transfer of production to the newly constructed factory unit in Estonia, Nefab's plant in Alfta, Sweden is currently overmanned. The surplus of personnel affects wage earners as well as salaried employees.
Meda in Deal with Two American Companies
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 12, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Meda has signed a long-term license agreement with Vivus for the exclusive marketing rights of MUSE(R) (alprostadil) in Europe. VIVUS markets MUSE in the U.S. and is the originator of the product. Meda has also entered into an agreement with Abbott Laboratories who currently markets MUSE in Europe. Meda can therefore take over the marketing responsibilities as of September 2002.