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WallSt.net Interviews Winnebago Industries Inc.'s Chairman, President and CEO, Brightpoint Inc.'s CFO, and Searchlight Solutions Ltd.'s President
NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Winnebago Industries Inc.'s (NYSE:WGO) Chairman, President, and CEO discussed long-term growth opportunities, new amenities in the company's 2004 product line, growing prime demographic, media impressions, and balance sheet with www.wallst.net. He also mentioned the company's future milestones, their approach to environmental safety, and their diesel product line that could yield profits of $100 million. Looking at their balance sheet, Hertzke, who considers his company to be the Xerox Corp. (NYSE:XRX) or Coca-Cola (NYSE:CCE) of its industry, said Winnebago Industries Inc. is "poised for a very good, long future."
NeoNet Nominated Best Electronic Equity Brokerage
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- NeoNet, an international agency brokerage providing efficient electronic equity execution services for the institutional investor industry, today announced that it has been nominated Best Electronic Brokerage for Equities in Europe by leading financial industry publication Financial News.
New President of Sandvik Hard Materials
SANDVIKEN, Sweden, Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Tom Erixon has been appointed President of Sandvik Hard Materials and a member of the Sandvik Tooling Management Team as of 1 October, 2003.
ReadSoft signs partner agreement with TietoEnator
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- TietoEnator Resource Management has chosen ReadSoft as their main supplier of software for automatic document capture. The new partner agreement concerns the software FORMS and INVOICES in the Nordic countries.
Xention Completes 4 Million Pounds Private Equity Placement
CAMBRIDGE, U.K., Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Xention Discovery Ltd. announced today the closing of a 4 million Pounds ($6.5 million) private equity financing. New investors in the Company include BTG International Ltd. of London; Quester of London; Albany Ventures of Edinburgh and Enterprise Venture Capital Trust plc -- advised by Noble Fund Managers Ltd. -- also of Edinburgh, who join existing investors MVM Ltd and Isis Equity Partners plc. The financing was co-led by BTG and Quester.
Scandinavian Airlines conducts customer testing of biometry
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 10, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Using customer testing at two airports, Scandinavian Airlines (Other OTC:SASDF) is taking the next step in its evaluation of biometry for simplified check-in and embarkation. Biometry is the technology that can read a person's unique features, such as fingerprints, face or the iris of the eye.