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BILIA’S SHARE BUY-BACK
Between 15 May and 29 August 2006, Bilia purchased 1,261,209 of its own shares.
Prior to this Bilia owned 155 shares. Bilia therefore now owns 1,261,364
shares, corresponding to 5.45 per cent of the capital and votes in the company.
This buy-back is one stage in Bilia’s plan to continue adapting the company’s
capital structure. The buy-back in 2006 totals SEK 124.2 million.
By the 2007 AGM, Bilia can buy back no more than 10% of the number of
outstanding shares, including the original 155
AuGRID Corporation Takes Another Step Forward
VINELAND, N.J., Aug. 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- AuGRID Corporation announced today that its board of directors has approved the restructuring of AuGRID as a holding company. The board has also approved a proposed name change to AuGRID Global Holdings Corp.
JetBlue Airways Corporation
JetBlue Names Scott Green Vice President -- Flight Operations
NEW YORK, Aug. 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq:JBLU) today is pleased to announce the appointment of Captain Scott Green as Vice President, Flight Operations for the low-fare, low-cost airline, effective October 1. Capt. Green, an A320 captain and current System Chief Pilot for JetBlue, joined the airline in 2001 as a line pilot after eight years with Comair, a regional airline based in Cincinnati, OH. Capt. Green has also previously held the positions of Chief Pilot-Cincinnati for Comair, Assistant Chief Pilot and Chief Pilot-JFK within JetBlue.
Renewable Energy Resources, Inc.
Internal Hydro Places Low Impact Hydro Non-Turbine Energy Commander Unit for Certification and Production
TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 29, 2006 (PRIMEZONE) -- Internal Hydro International Inc. (OTCBB:IHDR) (www.InternalHydro.com) has placed the first Energy Commander (EC) low impact hydro unit for renewable energy certification and production set up in Mobile, Alabama. IHDR's low impact hydro unit, the Energy Commander V, was built for commercial utilization using efficient positive displacement cylinders rather than large intake turbine systems. The system was sited with the cooperation of Earth First Technologies, Inc.'s (EFTI) CAVD plant in Mobile, Alabama for engineering certification and production plans by IHDR, and for domestic customer base demonstration and European production and manufacturing partner input. The low impact hydro system, besides being qualified for renewable energy and engineering certifications on site, will supply energy for use at the plant during operations.