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A Personal Sense of Morality -- New book describes lawyer's struggle with morality
SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- John Merrick, a successful Chicago trial lawyer with a fulfilling marriage and family life, is summoned to his old law firm in Houston to litigate a class action lawsuit. What he encounters there prompts a revolution within him, as he faces the reality of two worlds of belief: objective morality and subjective morality. In his new book, Personal Injury (now available through 1stBooks), author Joe Compromise tells of the raw realization John makes as he begins to question his beliefs and replace them with new ones.
Learn How to Overcome Business and Government Corruption; Author shows readers how to rise above 'unprincipled entrepreneurs'
RENO, Nev., Sept. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- "WorldCom May Have Routed $19B!" "Terror Watch: News Leak Blows Big Opportunity!" Headlines such as these from CNN and Newsweek grace today's newspapers, magazines and news programs and suggest corporate conspiracies, political wrongdoings and government plots. People are frequently bombarded with stories of high-power manipulation and white-collar crime. How does one overcome unscrupulous dealings? Premeditated Injustice (now available through 1stBooks), by Dave J. Cantrall, exposes several high-reaching misdeeds and shows readers how to rise above widespread corruption.
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American United Global Inc. Announces Agreement
JERICHO, N.Y., Sept. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- American United Global, Inc. ("AUGI") (OTCBB:AUGB) today announced that it has entered into a share exchange agreement with its wholly-owned subsidiary Lifetime Healthcare Services, Inc., Lifetime's 55% owned subsidiary, New York Medical, Inc. ("NYMI") and The NYMI Employees Stock Ownership Plan and Trust (the "ESOP"), under which the ESOP will transfer to Lifetime its 45% interest in the outstanding NYMI capital stock in exchange for $4,500,000 of AUGI's 6.5% Series B-4 convertible, redeemable preferred stock (the "B-4 Preferred").