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Carnegie: Nine Months 2002; Net Profit SEK 179 Million
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- The net profit for Carnegie's first three quarters 2002 was SEK 179 million (SEK 437 million), down 59 per cent from the same period last year. The result includes redundancy costs of about SEK 56 million, of which SEK 50 million in the third quarter.
Skandia Streamlines Its Swedish Corporate Structure
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Skandia has developed in recent years, from an insurance company working primarily with property & casualty insurance, to the focused savings company it is today. Skandia's core business is unit-linked assurance and other mutual fund products. As a natural development, a decision has been made to transfer the unit-linked assurance portfolio in SkandiaLink Livforsakringsaktiebolaget to Forsakringsaktiebolaget Skandia. This will make the parent company an operating company once more with the same operational focus as the rest of the group.
TDC A/S to Publish 3Q2002 Results on November 4, 2002
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Oct. 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- TDC A/S (NYSE:TLD) will publish the 3Q2002 results on November 4, 2002 at 08:00 CET. A conference call will be held at 16:00 CET. Earnings release and conference call slides will be available on TDC's web site at: www.tdc.com.Conference call:
Industri-Matematik Intl. Corp
ICA Chooses Retail Logistics Solution from Industri-Matematik International
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, October 16, 2002 (PRIMEZONE) -- Industri-Matematik International Corp. (Nasdaq:IMIC), The Order Company, today announces that the ICA group, the Nordic region's largest retail group, has chosen IMI Retail for its grocery retail operations in the Baltic area. To rationalize the flow of goods in the Baltic countries, ICA Baltic will be using the demand replenishment modules from the IMI Retail suite: IMI Order, IMI Warehouse and IMI Replenishment. The license is a consequence of several years of collaboration between Industri-Matematik and the ICA group.