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CIBA -- Audio Interview
Basel, Switzerland, Aug. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Interim results, share buy-back and audio interview available now on www.cantos.com with Michael Jacobi, Chief Financial Officer of CIBA (NYSE:CSB) (LSE:CIBNnq).
Zurich Financial Services -- Audio Interview
SWITZERLAND, Aug. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Interim results and audio interview available now on www.cantos.com with Patrick O'Sullivan, Finance Director of Zurich Financial Services (Other OTC:ZFSVF) (Other OTC:ZFSVY) (LSE:ZURZq).
BSkyB selects Telelogic for pan-enterprise change management
MALMO, Sweden, Aug. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Telelogic (Other OTC:TGIAF) (Stockholm:TLOG), the leading global provider of solutions for advanced systems and software development, today announced that, in a five-year agreement, digital broadcaster British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) is joining Telelogic's UK-based Lifecycle Partner Program (LPP). The agreement will introduce Telelogic's change and configuration management tool, SYNERGY, as standard across BSkyB's development sites and provide flexible access to Telelogic's product portfolio. Doing so will enable BSkyB to better support its current IT infrastructure and prepare for future improvements of its lifecycle development processes. At the customers request the order value cannot be disclosed.
ReadSoft signs group agreement with Scandinavian Airlines System
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, August 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The Scandinavian airline group SAS has decided to implement ReadSoft's software for electronic invoice processing. The INVOICES software will enable SAS to cut down on invoice handling costs and increase invoice processing efficiency. The new agreement concerns implementing the INVOICES technology within the SAS group.
Tornet: Interim Report January -- June 2003
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Aug. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Fastighets AB Tornet (publ) is one of Sweden's major listed property companies. Its holding has a lettable area of approximately 2.8 million square metres and a book value of approximately SEK 19 billion. Nearly 97 per cent of the property holdings, measured as book value, are in Sweden and mainly concentrated in Sweden's six largest cities, Norrkoping and Karlstad. The properties are owned and managed by the subsidiaries ArosTornet, Malmstaden, MalarTornet, SkansTornet and Euro Tower.