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Connecticut Office Of Scott + Scott, LLC Has Filed Lawsuit Against Star Gas, LP And Updates Information -- SGH, SGU
COLCHESTER, Conn. , Dec. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scott + Scott, LLC has filed complaints charging Star Gas (NYSE:SGU) or (NYSE:SGH) and certain of its officers and directors (Irik P. Sevin and Amy Trauber) with violations of the Federal Securities Laws (Securities Exchange Act of 1934). Star Gas is a holding company for regulated utilities and other unregulated businesses. The initial complaint on file had a date beginning with securities' purchasers of 12/4/03 (the complaint Scott + Scott, LLC filed for other counsel has an initial opening period of July 25, 2000. Upon appointment of lead plaintiff and the filing of an amended complaint, this issue will be resolved in the best interest of the damaged class as defined at that time.) For more information please e-mail attorney Neil Rothstein at email@example.com (or 800/332-2259) or see the end of this release for additional contact information.
StockPickReport: Buy Rating for Yahoo!
SHREVEPORT, La., Dec. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- StockPickReport.Com (http://www.stockpickreport.com -- the web's only non-mainstream stock rating service), rates Yahoo!, Comcast Holdings Corp. CL A, Nokia Corporation, eMerge Interactive Inc. CL A.
StockPickReport: Buy Rating for Amazon.com
SHREVEPORT, La., Dec. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- StockPickReport.Com (http://www.stockpickreport.com - the web's only non-mainstream stock rating service), rates Charter Communications, Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Amazon.com, Kmart Holding Corporation.
Agent155 Media Group Inc.
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Agent155 Media Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AGMG), a Multi-Media provider of web-based content and media exposure for performers, models, filmmakers, athletes, artists and agencies, today announced the launch of www.agent155.com.
Mobile Competency Releases New Report 'Nextel and Sprint Merge -- What Gets 'Done!' to The Enterprise?'
NORTH PROVIDENCE, R.I., Dec. 16, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Mobile Competency (www.mobilecompetency.com), a leading independent analyst firm in the mobile and wireless market, released its latest weekly Mobile Viewpoint report, "Nextel and Sprint Merge -- What Gets "Done!" To The Enterprise?" When the telecommunications world received the news that the Nextel-Sprint merger was imminent, Mobile Competency was ready with Egan's full assessment of the impact on the telecom market and enterprise customers.