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Quitting and Still Getting Paid -- New Book Explores Why Employees Have Quit on the Job and How to Get Their Enthusiasm Back
PARKLAND, Fla., July 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Tired of endless board meetings, monotonous reports and life inside a padded cube? So are 74% of all employees, who say they feel detached from the workplace. According to authors Everton J. Weeks and Andrea T. Hurteau, disengaged employees will go through the motions, doing just enough to squeeze by, but will never reach anything near their true potential. The nation suffers from "Quitting On The Job," or Q.O.T.J., a virus spreading throughout corporate America, but the authors have the cure in their new book, I Quit ... But I'm Still on Your Payroll (now available through 1stBooks).
Developing a Weapon to Protect Futuristic North American States -- Austrian Gunsmith and Father come to cross the Atlantic in 2012, Son must Develop Weapon for Covert Project
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., July 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- When gunsmith Ben Neidermeier was 19, he and his father met an American general from the Consolidated North American States (CNAS). Ben, code-named Gordon, owned a gun shop in Ferlach, Austria, and with the help of the General, moved across the Atlantic. Now, in 2012, Ben and his father, Ben Neidermeier Sr., live in North America and Ben works on a project to protect the freedom of the CNAS. The adventurous science fiction story surrounding his pursuit and the covert operations related to it are vividly told in The Gordon Interface (now available through 1stBooks), the new novel by Arnold J. Inzko.
MoneyTV, Week of 7/25
LOS ANGELES, July 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- MoneyTV is the nationally syndicated television program all about money and what makes it happen, (http://www.moneytv.net), featuring informative interviews with CEOs, insights into their operations and outlooks for their futures.
TDC Divests all Shares in UMC
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, July 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Today, TDC (NYSE:TLD) has agreed to divest its shareholding of 16.3% in UMC (Ukrainian Mobile Communications). The agreed price is USD 91.7m (DKK 593m).