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Neurotech Development Corp.
Neurotech Joint Venture Completes New Construction Agreement
MANHASSET, N.Y., March 14, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Neurotech Development Corporation, (OTCBB:NURO) announced today that it has completed the formation of its joint venture with China Chen South American Construction Contracting Co., Beijing, China, one of China's largest multinational conglomerates ("CCS"). The joint venture, called International Humanitarian Development Ltd. (the "Venture"), was formed in Hong Kong in accordance with their agreement dated January 18, 2001 (as reported by NURO on January 22, 2001). The Venture was formed with registered capital of HKD$1,150,000, and shares were issued equally to Neurotech and CCS. The Venture is planning its headquarters at the Bank of China Building, Hong Kong, with occupancy expected in April 2001. The senior officers of the Venture are Lawrence Artz, Chairman; Zhao Lian-yu, Managing Director; Dr. Donald Rizzuto, Medical Director; and Jing Qi Zhu, Director of Public Information.
ASFSA Supports Coke's Announcement on School Vending
ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 14, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- The American
School Food Service Association (ASFSA) supports and commends
Coca-Cola's announcement today that it will change its marketing
approach to schools and students. ASFSA believes Coca Cola's action
is a good first step toward solving the problem of competitive
foods in schools, and hopes bottlers will follow the parent
company's lead and that other companies will match its efforts.
A Study from Health Research Institute and Pfeifer Treatment Center Finds Violence Starts With Brain Chemistry
NAPERVILLE, Ill., March 14, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Acts of violence
in the workplace or schools often are not as random as they appear
to outsiders. Parents of violent children have been telling doctors
and educators for years that their children were born with unique,
disruptive, angry, defiant personalities. William J. Walsh, PhD,
senior scientist at Health Research Institute and Pfeifer Treatment
Center, and one of the leading U.S. researchers in violent
behavior, backs them after 25 years of scientific exploration.
Competitive Technologies, Inc.
Competitive Technologies, Inc. Reports Second Quarter Operating Income of $399,484 and Net Income Of $494,203, $0.08 Per Share
FAIRFIELD, Conn., March 14, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- Competitive Technologies, Inc. (AMEX:CTT) announced today its fiscal second quarter and six month results for the periods ended January 31, 2001.
Licensees Now Have Different Ways to Easily Find Digitized Music
SAN DIEGO, March 14, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- MP3.com, Inc.'s (Nasdaq:MPPP) Music Licensing Program provides music supervisors, film and television producers, and other multimedia creators with an easy-to-use and comprehensive online resource that allows licensees to search for, listen to, and license great digitized music. MP3.com is joined in the program by its exclusive music licensing partner, enableyourmusic, Inc. (EYM), who represents the majority of artists signed up for the service. EYM offers representation services that include song price and contract negotiation, as well as the collection of licensing fees and royalty income. For a complete description of EYM's services, visit www.enableyourmusic.com.