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Powerwave Technologies Presenting at the Pacific Crest 2004 Technology Forum
SANTA ANA, Calif., Aug. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Powerwave Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:PWAV) today announced that on August 11, 2004, Powerwave will be making a presentation to the investment community at the Pacific Crest 2004 Technology Forum in Vail, Colorado. The Company's presentation reviews Powerwave's strategy within the wireless infrastructure industry, as well as potential market opportunities and historical financial results.
Reasons the Public Distrusts Lawyers -- New Book Calls for Reform of Legal Practices
LITTLETON, Colo., August 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Few professions rouse such widespread feelings of contempt as that of attorney. Conversations about lawyers often conjure dark humor or furrowed brows from individuals disheartened by the legal system. In the new book, Lawyers Under Fire: What a Mess Lawyers Have Made of the Law! (now available through AuthorHouse), Al Sampson offers an in-depth explanation of why the legal profession is criticized for lacking ethics and obstructing justice.
A Christian's TV Guide -- Pastor Offers Text of Sermons Related to Popular TV Programs
COLUMBIA, Md., Aug. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Luther W. Starnes knows that many Americans spend healthy parts of their days watching television programs, which often give messages contradictory to those of God, he writes. His new book, A Christian's TV Guide (now available through AuthorHouse), is a compilation of his sermons that creatively uses popular TV shows to teach some of God's greatest lessons.
Personal Finance in an Uncertain World -- New Book Offers Thorough Guide to Planning
HONG KONG, Aug. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- In this rapidly changing world, figuring out the best way to navigate the often volatile path through life can be difficult. In a series of books designed to help young people understand how to successfully weather the changes, Pauline Tai offers guidance. New Economy Self-Development Series Volume III: Personal Finance (now available through AuthorHouse), her third book, offers instructive tips on how to stay afloat financially.
Transformation through Punishment -- Former Inmate Details Rehabilitation in Prison
TUALATIN, Ore., Aug. 5, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- On Oct. 4, 1943, John E. Barton Jr. sealed his fate. Buried anger from his upbringing, anxiety from serving in World War II and too much alcohol led this usually law-abiding man to murder a female companion. His new book, From Prison Darkness to God's Light (now available through AuthorHouse), is an autobiographical account of Barton's 15 years of incarceration.