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Murder Most Mysterious -- New Novel Follows Female Sleuth as She Uncovers the Leak Between Three Killings
JACKSONVILLE, Texas, May 7, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- President elect Heidi Carlson is a former senator, first lady, and now America's first woman chief executive and she has committed suicide. Carlson is the third woman of international prominence to commit suicide in the past six months with evidence supporting the suicide theories, but investigators Angel and Tai think otherwise in the stunning new novel Deadly Trance (now available through 1stBooks), by Pat Cornelison.
Voice of the Voiceless -- New Book Exposes the Unfair Treatment Within the Garment Industry
FLUSHING, N.Y., May 7, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karen and Calvin Klein are names that clothe the rich and fabulous, but according to Anna Boulet, these and other designer clothes are invisibly stained by the blood of the common garment worker. In recent years, notoriety has been given to the mistreatment of people in designer clothing factories and sweatshops around the globe. In her book, Garment Center the Evil Empire (now available through 1stBooks Library), Boulet exposes the hard life of the nameless hands that sew the clothes of high fashion.
Visegrad NV Exercises its Option to Acquire 40% of Intrum Justitia Central Europe
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 7, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- By combining organic and acquisition-led growth, Intrum Justitia (Other OTC:INJJF), has become a leading European receivables management services provider. In certain markets, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe, the Group has entered into joint venture agreements with local providers, incorporating their owners into Intrum Justitia's group management structure.
Scania and Hino -- Hoshiyama Transport Scania's First Customer in Japan
SODERTALJE, Sweden, May 07, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scania's strategic alliance with Hino of Japan has now yielded results in the form of the first delivery to a customer, Hoshiyama Transport. Hoshiyama established contact with Scania at the Tokyo Motor Show, where Scania exhibited its products for the first time in Japan.