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11-Oct-2005 News Archive Index
Ootlewah home business helping soldiers in Iraq (WBIR-TV)A mother in Ooltewah is earning money while helping the war effort -- and without leaving her kitchen.
Marks & Spencer sales turn positive (ShareCast via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)Marks & Spencer looks to be finally turning the corner as the fashion retailer said first half profits should be at the upper end of forecasts as it turned in positive growth for the first time in two years.
Cotton growers alerted about whitefly (Daily Times)LAHORE: A report issued by agriculture department stating that whitefly infestation has been observed in some cotton growing areas has urged farmers to take necessary measures in this regard.
IIT, world's third best tech university (Rediff.com)The United Kingdom-based Times Higher Education Supplement has ranked the Indian Institutes of Technology as the third best technology universities in the world for 2005.
Kilgore, TX (Kilgore News Herald)Cunningham Funeral Home reopens By LESTER MURRAY email@example.com With 40 years experience, Thomas Cunningham knows the funeral home business.
Infosys Q2 net up 35.6% at Rs 6.06 billion (Rediff.com)The IT major's Q2 revenues stood at Rs 2,294 crore (Rs 22.94 billion).
North Country soap production (News 10 Now)What started as a modest home business 26 years ago has grown into a company known all across the North Country and now all around the world. SunFeather Natural Soap Company in Potsdam is opening two stores in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
SBP governor?s appeal for donations (Daily Times)KARACHI: The governor, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), Dr. Ishrat Husain has appealed to the presidents and chief executives of all the foreign and domestic banks as well Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) operating in the country to donate generously to the President?s Relief Fund for Earthquake Victims ? 2005.
Laurelton residents pleased home will remain open (Greenwich Time)Residents of a once financially troubled nursing home in Greenwich, their relatives and caregivers say they're feeling relieved and invigorated because an established long-term care facility operator has been approved to buy the home.
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