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Integrated Data Corp.
Integrated Data Corp & DataWave Systems Terminate Merger Agreement
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., Nov. 9, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Integrated Data Corp. (OTCBB:ITDD) ("IDC") and DataWave Systems Inc. (TSX Venture Exchange:DTV) (OTCBB:DWVSF) today announced that their Boards of Directors have mutually agreed to terminate the Agreement and Plan of Merger signed in June 2004. IDC has indicated it is not prepared to expend more funds on a merger transaction which is not assured of completion.
International Relocation Consultants, Inc. (INRELCO) Adopts Bylaws to Open Membership to All Real Estate Firms
HOUSTON, Nov. 9, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Since 1975, International Relocation Consultants (INRELCO) has been an independent referral network made up of Century 21 offices and primarily a relocation-training arm for Century 21 Corporation. However, in a recent special teleconference of members, voting delegates elected to amend the organization's bylaws, eliminating the primary criteria to INRELCO membership as one exclusive to Century 21 franchises. INRELCO is now open for membership to any franchise or independent firm.
Blyth, Inc. Comments On Third Quarter Outlook
GREENWICH, Conn., Nov. 9, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Blyth, Inc. (NYSE:BTH), a leader in home decor and home fragrance products, today announced that, based on management's expectations at this time, third quarter fiscal year 2005 Earnings Per Share are expected to be between $0.70 and $0.74 versus $0.76 in the prior year period. Expectations for the full year were not released today but will be updated with Blyth's third quarter earnings release on November 30, 2004.
Murder on the Train
LINDENHURST, N.Y., Nov. 9, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- A train conductor's life turns upside down when he is suspected of robbing and shooting dead a jewelry salesman on his train. Author F.H. Wallace spins a gripping and fast-paced murder mystery novel that unfolds in the ordinary, the elitist, and the bohemian nooks of New York in his new book aptly-titled Tickets, Please . . . The main character, Michael Dunhill, works for the Long Island Rail Road and is three months shy of retirement. When Michael finds a dead body at the end of his trip, he unfortunately becomes suspect in the eyes of an efficient and thorough crime detective. As Michael feels the noose slowly tightening on his own neck, he sets out to find an unusual woman passenger he encountered on the night of the crime and uncovers a life tainted with rape, murder, revenge, and a secret transsexual life.