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Sequoia Interests Corporation
Sequoia Interests Corporation Featured on Waterville Investment Research
HOUSTON, May 26, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sequoia Interests Corporation, (Pink Sheets:SQNC) developer of a proprietary biodegradable chemical formulation to cost-effectively assist in the recovery of in-the-ground currently unrecoverable oil reserves, announced today The Company has recently been profiled by Waterville Investment Research. The profile discusses recent new developments and other activities at Sequoia Interests Corporation. Those interested in the profile may view it online at www.watervilleresearch.com.
PlanetLink Communications Inc.
PlanetLink Communications Enters into Test Agreement with Large Mexican Bus Company
CUMMING, Ga., May 26, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- PlanetLink Communications Inc., (OTCBB:PLKC), a provider of satellite-based products and services, announced today that it has entered into its second test agreement in the Mexican market. The first agreement, announced March 18, was with a Mexican electric utility, and this second agreement is with one of Mexico's largest bus companies. The test will serve as a field trial of PlanetLink's TransTRAK mobile asset management system, and given that the test proceeds according to expectations, PlanetLink could see revenues from this contract as early as October 2004. The bus company has 10,000 vehicles, most of which are buses.
Humana to acquire Lorimar Home Care & Staffing Services, Inc.
HANOVER, Md., May 26, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Humana Trans Services Holding Corporation (OTCBB:HTSC) (http://www.humanaservices.com), a firm principally engaged in employee leasing and recruitment services, announces that it has agreed to acquire Lorimar Home Care & Staffing Services, Inc. of Old Forge, Pennsylvania. Humana and Lorimar have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to purchase the common stock as soon as practicable. The purchase price is to be valued at $225,000 worth of common stock of Humana.
Once You Enter this Madhouse, You'll Never Get Out -- Dark, Scary, Terrifying -- New Book Has It All
NEWARK, Del., May 26, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Aside from being the icon of dark fiction, Stephen King also proves to be a potent source of inspiration. When he was thirteen, William Pusey read King's The Stand and came away a different person. No, he did not turn into a maniacal killer. He discovered that he too wanted to write tales of gore and evil, a dream he would relentlessly pursue. Now in his terrifying new novel, Madhouse, Pusey proves he has come a long way since that moment he put down King's book and, driven with inspiration, created stories of his own.