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A Prince Against a Witch in New Children's Book
HAMPTON, Va., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In a kingdom far away, a young prince is captured for ransom by the evil ruling witch who dwells in a dreary castle in the Dark Forest. Lyrical and vibrantly illustrated, a new children's book penned by Dennis McDonald entitled Prince Eugene and the Witch features a young prince who must courageously find a way out of his prison cell. He discovers that he is not alone, and together with his friends they take a scary escape out of the witch's castle. But will they succeed?
New Book Explains the ABCs of the Outsourcing Business and More!
CAPE CORAL, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Outsourcing products and services is not a new concept. Governments, businesses, and individuals have done so for centuries. Still, entrepreneurs cannot avoid making mistakes as they learn the new forms of this business. In Dr. Kenneth A. Polcyn's brilliant new book, Outsourcing: PEO to HRO Operational Issues, learn the trade from his insights on many operational issues aimed at building a successful outsourcing business, overcoming mistakes, and improving operations.
PIMCO Dismissed from New Jersey Lawsuit
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- PIMCO, the Newport Beach, California bond specialist, confirmed today that charges included in a lawsuit filed by the New Jersey Attorney General in February have been dropped.
Bio-One To Acquire Majority Interest In $10 Million Chinese Company
ORLANDO, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Bio-One Corporation (OTCBB:BICO) announced today that the company has signed an agreement to acquire a 51% interest in a Chinese herbal medicine company in Guangzhou Province. With reported 2003 revenues of US$10 million, operating profit of US$2.7 million and assets totaling US$4 million, the company is an integrated business that includes research and development, manufacturing, sales and marketing.
Optio Software, Inc.
Optio Print Manager 2.0 Delivers New Power for Enterprise Printing
ATLANTA, June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- When business application users select "print," queuing up hundreds and thousands of purchase orders, invoices, accounts payable checks or healthcare documents, the business processes those documents drive may now depend on the reliability of a single printer. Something as simple as a jammed paper tray, minor malfunction or depleted toner cartridge can interrupt the flow of business and negatively impact sales, customer service and revenue recognition.
eMax Holdings Corporation
EMAX NET, Inc. Signs Production Facility Lease
ORLANDO, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- eMax Corporation (Pink Sheets:EMXC) today announced that its partly owned eMax Net, Inc. subsidiary (EMAXNET) has signed a five-year lease with CimLink Real Estate Services, LLC for a 25,000 square foot multiplex theater one block off International Drive and within two miles of Universal Studios, Orlando.
National Champion Southern California Selects FieldTurf
DALTON, Ga., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- The University of Southern California (USC) will install FieldTurf on one of its football practice fields, it was jointly announced today by USC Assistant Athletic Director/Football Operations Mark Jackson and FieldTurf CEO John Gilman. The Trojans thus become the sixth Pac-10 school to have FieldTurf either in its stadium or at its practice facility.
eMax Holdings Corporation
President of eMax Software Group Tenders His Resignation
ORLANDO, Fla., June 1, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- The President of eMax Net, Inc.'s "eMax Software Group" operating division, K. Scott Piel, today announced that he has tendered his resignation and going forward has no further relationships with the parent company, eMax Holdings Corp (Pink Sheets:EMXC), or any of its subsidiary companies or operating divisions as well as their collective employees, officers and directors.