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Condor Gold Corp.
Condor Installs New Board of Directors at Annual Meeting
TORONTO, Oct. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Condor Gold Corp. (Pink Sheets:CDRGF) (the "Corporation") is pleased to announce that at its annual shareholders meeting, held September 30, 2003, all matters put forward by management for consideration by shareholders were overwhelmingly approved. In particular, management's slate of directors was approved, which included four members from the pervious board, being Alexander Stewart, Chairman and CEO, Dr. Wallace Stonehouse, Director, John Wood, Director, and Stephen Stewart, Director and Vice-President. Two new directors were added to the board, being Dr. Steven Small, of Capital Partners Corporation, and Mr. Jeffrey Wood, of Treelawn Investment Corp. The new directors provide board representation for those parties who have significant investments in the Corporation and are expected to enhance the Corporation's prospects in raising the funds necessary to continue its exploration and development projects at its Chester Township property near Gogama in northern Ontario. The Corporation also intends to add one or two new directors to the board to add exploration and mining expertise to the Corporation's board. These new directors are expected to be announced in the near future. Brief bios of the board of directors follows:
Intentia Signs Agreement with Swedish Fashion Giant rnb Retail and Brands
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 03, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Intentia International AB (publ) (XSSE:INTB) (Other OTC:IAINF) has signed an agreement with rnb Retail and Brands AB, one of Sweden's largest fashion companiesWith the Polarn O. Pyret, Saks, Solo, Blombergs, Champagne and NK's brand name stores, Retail and Brands will implement Intentia's Movex collaborative enterprise application in 120 stores. Among other things, Movex will manage transactions in the areas of purchase orders, customer orders, cash sales, inventory accounting and financials, and will also use common customer, supplier and item master data.
Abrams Hospitality Marketing
FeaturePak: Business Talk Radio's 'Travel With Stephanie Abrams!' Awards SuperClubs Breezes Stay to San Diego Actress Genevieve Turnham, Listener at KCEO AM 1000
NEW YORK, Oct. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- (PRIMEPAK FEATURE) When travel expert Stephanie Abrams, of the nationally syndicated talk show, "Travel With Stephanie Abrams!" on the Business Talk Radio network, and her on-air Traveling Companion, radio veteran David Isby, announced the winner, on September 7, 2003, of their latest valuable travel prize, a 6 day/5 night stay at the Super-Inclusive SuperClubs Breezes Resort of the winner's choice, they faced initial disappointment. The winner, Genevieve Turnham, who listens at KCEO AM 1000 in San Diego to the show, which airs nationally in the 6pm to 8pm EST time slot, could not be reached to tell her she had won! Genevieve Turnham is 79 years young and has a booming acting career in films and commercials. She describes herself good humoredly as, "the old lady with her hair pulled back into a bun" and appears in Ellen Degeneres' film, "Mr. Wrong," in the part of Aunt Belinda. In Southern California, Turnham says she is known as, "the old woman in the tire commercials running to the tire store with my stocking rolled down around my knees!"
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 3, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The property company Kungsleden AB (publ) (Other OTC:KGSDF) has sold the property Uppsala Fjardingen 28:4 for MSEK 90,5 resulting in a loss of MSEK 7 which will be booked in quarter four.
Norsk Hydro -- Fram Vest in operation
OSLO, Norway, Oct. 03, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Norsk Hydro (NYSE:NHY) (Pink Sheets:NHYAF) (Pink Sheets:NHYKF): Fram Vest field came on stream 2 October. The subsea installation will increase utilization of the production and transport installations on Troll C in the years to come.
Eat! There are Starving People in Armenia - New Book Provides Traditional Recipes From Armenia and Middle East
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Oct. 2, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- In the early part of the 20th century, mothers across America would stand at the stove while their disgruntled children poked at their meatloaf with a lazy fork. They might turn away from the boiling pot on the stove, pointing a dripping ladle towards their tots, speaking with a tone, "You'd better eat that meatloaf. There are starving Armenians who would love to have that!" While there is no meatloaf to fuss over in his new book, The Starving Armenians: Cook and Humor Book (now available through 1stBooks), John Sherbatijian Shirn provides a feast of traditional Armenian food and some classic jokes for tabletop enjoyment.