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Merry Frustration's `Alcohol for the Irritated Women's Nerves: The Fight to be a Mother' now Available
CLARK'S SUMMIT, Penn., Jan. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- What is it really like to be a woman today? A wife? A mother? All of the above? Ask these questions and the answers are likely to vary a great deal -- from the playful to the passionate, from the aggravated to the downright amusing. Author Merry Frustration offers original, insightful analysis in her new book "Alcohol for the Irritated Women's Nerves: The Fight to be a Mother" (now available from 1stBooks Library).
`Injury Denied' - No More! New Book Reveals One Man's Quest for Justice
HANFORD, Calif., Jan. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- If you were injured while at work and the company refused to accept responsibility in your tragedy, would you fight for your rights or just keep quiet about it? Author Willard Roberson chose to fight for it, as he reveals his struggles to obtain temporary disability and workers' compensation benefits for his wife, who suffered and died due to a hostile work incident, in his heartrending book "Injury Denied" (now available through 1stBooks Library).
Resolve in the Face of Adversity -- Novel recounts one young man's story of courage and bravery during World War II
BROOKSVILLE, Fla., January 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Most have heard, read or viewed the poignant accounts of those who lived, served and died, whatever side they represented, during World War II. It was a time of horror and grief. Families were torn apart as men went off to war, leaving terrified wives and fatherless children. "Through Hell and Beyond in a Boxcar" (now available through 1stBooks Library) portrays an image of the real-life horror experienced by author Robert G. Glejf, a young boy during the war.
New Chief Account Officer in Vitrolife AB
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Margareta Fischer who has worked as CAO in Vitrolife Sweden AB (publ) since the summer of 2002 has taken up the post of new chief account officer in Vitrolife AB.
Metsa Tissue Oyj
Metsa Tissue: Notification of Change in Share Ownership
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- M-real Corporation (business identity code 063366-7) has informed Metsa Tissue Corporation (business identity code 0108069-8), that, together with its wholly owned subsidiary M-real Tissue Oy (business identity code 1776466-4), its ownership of the voting rights and share capital of Metsa Tissue has exceeded two-thirds (2/3) as a result of a share transaction conducted on the Helsinki Exchanges today, 20 January 2003.
M-real Tissue has acquired 5,781,200 Metsa Tissue shares, corresponding to 19.27 percent of the voting rights and share capital. Following this share transaction, M-real Tissue's ownership of Metsa Tissue's voting rights and share capital has exceeded three-twentieths (3/20).
SCA Divests Minority Interest in Metsa Tissue
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 20, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- SCA (Other OTC:SVCBF) has chosen to sell its minority shareholding (19.3%) in Metsa Tissue to the main owner M-Real at a price corresponding to EUR 12.30 per share. As a result of the divestment, SCA capitalizes assets totalling EUR 71 M, corresponding to SEK 650 M.