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Kinnevik increases holding in Transcom
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Industriforvaltnings AB Kinnevik (Nasdaq:KVIKA) (Nasdaq:KVIKB) today announced that it has purchased 1,000,000 class A shares in Transcom WorldWide S.A. ("Transcom") in a directed share issue at SEK 18.80 per share. Kinnevik's total shareholding in Transcom following the share issue is 4,232,697 class A shares and 2,179,002 class B shares, equivalent to a 11.7 per cent voting interest and a 9.1 per cent economic interest.
Changed date for Haldex interim report
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 05, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Haldex (Other OTC:HLDXF) interim report January -- September 2003 will be released October 30, 2003 instead of October 27, 2003 as earlier announced.
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Aldata's New Executive Management Team
VANTAA, Finland, Sept. 5, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Management Team for Aldata Group (Other OTC:ADTAF) as of September 5, 2003. The Chairman of the Executive Management Team is President and CEO Matti Hietala. The Vice Chairman is Deputy CEO and COO Rene Homeyer. The other members of the Executive Management Team are Jukka Koivisto, Vice President, Finland, the Baltic countries and Russia; Manfred Alt, Vice President, German speaking countries; Dominique Chambas, Vice President, International Sales and Tiina Hansson, Vice President, Corporate Communications and Marketing.
New successes for Frango in the UK market
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 05, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The British insurance giant Royal & Sun Alliance has signed an agreement with Swedish software supplier Frango, listed on the 'O' list of the Stockholm Stock Exchange, regarding the delivery and implementation of Frango's system for Corporate Performance Management (CPM*). This solution is based on Frango's most recent product offering, Frango Controller.
From William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II -- New Book Thoroughly Recounts England's Long Legacy of Monarchs
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Sept. 4, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Over the course of history, a European island grew into a mighty nation that came to rule or influence much of the globe at one time. America's history is linked to that island, now known as the United Kingdom and origin of England. It is a land ruled by royalty with a rich history. Now, that history is brought to life in the new book, The Cavalcade of England's Kings and Queens: What Americans Really Want to Know About Our English Heritage (now available through 1stBooks), by H. Eugene Lehman.