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S3 Investment Company, Inc.
S3 Investment Company Demands Immediate Delisting from Berlin and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges
TEMECULA, Calif., Nov. 19, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- S3 Investment Company (OTCBB:SEIH) today announced that it is taking immediate steps to de-list its common stock from trading on the Berlin and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges. The Company's shares were listed on these exchanges without the Company's prior knowledge, consent or authorization. S3 Investments has recently been made aware of an unauthorized listing of its common stock on these exchanges, and Company executives became suspicious that "naked short selling" was taking place in its stock. Naked shorting is possible due to the unregulated nature of some foreign exchanges.
US BioTec, Inc.
US BioTec Set to Release Products to Help Cotton Farmers
DECATURVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 19, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- US BioTec, Inc. (Pink Sheets:USBO), an emerging player in the rapidly growing bio-chemical sector of the multi-billion dollar agri-business industry, today announced its plans for the launch of its initial line of agricultural biotechnology for 2005. Among the first products to be sold commercially by the company will be two products specifically aimed at cotton production.
Wall Street Capital Funding LLC
Wall Street News Alert's U.S. Hot Stock Highlights! November 19, 2004
WESTON, Fla., Nov. 19, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Wall Street News Alert's "stocks to watch" this morning are: Airtrax, Inc. (OTCBB:AITX), Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq:NFLX), PETsMART, Inc. (Nasdaq:PETM) and eSpeed, Incorporated (Nasdaq:ESPD).
Care Choices HMO Introduces Deductible Benefit Plans
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Nov. 19, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In response to rising health care costs, Care Choices HMO has introduced five deductible HMO benefit plans designed to reduce premiums -- up to 30 percent less than its traditional HMO product. The new Basic Plans are available to employer groups with coverage beginning on or after January 1, 2005. The Basic Plans feature a variety of copayments, coinsurances and deductibles designed to engage employees to be active participants in managing health care costs. Office visits and preventive care such as immunizations and prenatal care are covered at 100 percent after a copayment of either $20 or $25 per visit. These services, as well as emergency and urgent care, are not subject to a deductible.