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S2C Global Systems Inc.
S2C Global Systems Creates New Water Brokering Division
LAS VEGAS, Dec. 6, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- S2C Global Systems (OTCBB:STWG) (http://www.s2cglobal.com), designer and developer of the "S2C Aquaduct" commercial vending system that delivers pre-packaged, 5-gallon bottled water from the bottling plant to the consumer, has elected to establish a new division in its Canadian Subsidiary, S2C Global Systems, Inc. (British Columbia) brokering bottled water internationally. "Because of the International relationships developing in Africa and Europe we are in a position to broker sales of packaged water into those countries. It was a matter of matching up relationships we had in Canada with fulfillment needs in America, Africa and Europe," says S2C's CEO Rod Bartlett. "The missing component in taking on this business was someone that had the experience to develop the business on behalf of the company. We found this individual and went from there."
Roy Jacobs & Associates
Roy Jacobs & Associates Investigating Zumiez, Inc. for Possible Securities Law Violations
NEW YORK, Dec. 6, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Roy Jacobs & Associates announces that it is investigating possible securities and other legal violations regarding a recent announcement by Zumiez, Inc. ("Zumiez" or the "Company") (Nasdaq:ZUMZ) of favorable fiscal year guidance, which appears to have permitted the Company's President and CEO Richard Brooks to sell approximately 300,000 shares at prices in the $46-47 range for proceeds of nearly $14 million, and then, shortly after Brooks' sale of shares, the dissemination of revised fiscal 2007 guidance, which resulted in a huge decline in the Company's share price.
Zix Corporation Supports Introduction of Kerry, Ensign e-Prescribing Bill
DALLAS, Dec. 6, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Zix Corporation (ZixCorp(r)) (Nasdaq:ZIXI), the leader in hosted services for email encryption and e-prescribing, today issued a statement supporting yesterday's introduction of a bi-partisan bill sponsored by Senators John Kerry, John Ensign, Debbie Stabenow, and Mel Martinez in the Senate, and Representatives Allyson Schwartz and Jon Porter in the House to expedite the adoption of electronic prescribing technology in every doctor's office in America.