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What is it Like Playing in the NBA?
REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- New York Knicks rookie Nate "The Great" Robinson is giving basketball fans an inside look into his first season in the NBA with his MSNBC.com blog "The Gr8 Life." From the grueling practices and the long road trips to the thrill of playing under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden, readers will be kept up to date with multiple posts every week from the 5-foot-9, 21 year-old rookie playing in the land of giants.
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Stora Enso appoints new Country Managers in Finland and Sweden
HELSINKI, Finland, Dec. 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Stora Enso (NYSE:SEO) today announced that Stora Enso has appointed Kai Korhonen, head of Stora Enso Packaging Boards, as the new Country Manager Finland in addition to his current duties effective from 1 January 2006. He will succeed Pekka Laaksonen, head of Stora Enso Fine Paper, as Country Manager Finland.
Carnegie Acquires the Remaining 50 Percent of Capital C AB
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Carnegie has taken two significant steps in the development of its strategy for securities post trade processing technology: (i) Carnegie is currently undertaking a Preliminary Design Study with a third party solution provider with respect to the provision of such technology; and (ii) Carnegie has decided to acquire Alfred Berg ABN Amro's 50 percent holding in Capital C AB, a software development company and supplier of after trade solutions for the securities industry, currently owned 50/50 by Alfred Berg ABN Amro and Carnegie.
Factum Strengthens its Position in South Korea by Selling More Equipment for Mobile TV via T-DMB
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- South Korea is the first country in the world to commercially launch TV to mobile phones and other mobile devices using Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (T-DMB). Factum Electronics AB, a subsidiary of Effnet Holding AB and a leading supplier of DAB/DMB systems, has strengthened its already strong position in Korea by delivering additional DMB equipment to all six operators broadcasting mobile TV via T-DMB.