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E Team, Inc.
E Team Ensures Law Enforcement and Public Health Communications, Collaboration, and Response at Bush Inauguration
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- E Team, Inc., the proven, market-leading provider of collaborative software for crisis management, announced that five separate E Team crisis management systems interoperated to help manage law enforcement activities, provide real-time communications, and serve as a platform to collaborate and coordinate public health activities and information sharing between local, regional, and national agencies at George W. Bush's second presidential inauguration on January 20, 2005.
Volvo's Largest-Ever Bus Order - 1,667 Volvo Buses to Chile
GOTEBORG, Sweden, Jan. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Three operators in Santiago, Chile have placed a joint order for 1,667 buses from Volvo. This is the single largest-ever order for Volvo Buses. The buses will be used in Santiago's new public transportation system that includes dedicated bus lanes.
ForeningsSparbanken to open Helsinki affiliate
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- ForeningsSparbanken has decided to open an affiliate in Helsinki, Finland. The office, set to open for business in the second half of 2005, will primarily offer qualified financial services to Swedish corporate clients with operations in Finland, as well as Finnish corporations with ties to the Swedish market.
Gamblers Want Zen Master Courtside
MONTREAL and QUEBEC, Jan. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- It appears gamblers want Phil Jackson to return to New York and pull the Knicks out of a losing rut. BetUS.com posted odds on Jackson, and big money wagers are being placed on Jackson's return to the court.
InterAge Wins U.N.-Sponsored Tsunami Victims Project
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- InterAge Ltd. (Pink Sheets:ITGJ), a leading provider of integrated web marketing solutions, announced today that it won a bid for participating in the establishment of a web-based system for dealing with Tsunami victims. The total value of this United Nations funded project is estimated at $22 million, of which InterAge is positioned to receive over $16 million.